Ola Scooter will be readily available in ten colour selections, Ola Electrical unveiled on Thursday. There will be matte and gloss finish selections in black and blue as properly as vibrant shades of red, pink, and yellow, alongside white and silver. Precise names of the colors are however to be unveiled, however. The new announcement comes just days right after the Bengaluru-primarily based organization concluded 1 lakh reservations of the Ola Scooter in the initial 24 hrs right after opening the reservation window final week.
To showcase the colour selections coming with the Ola Scooter, Ola Electrical has launched a teaser video on YouTube. The video exhibits the ten distinct colors alongside detailing the style and design of the scooter.
“The Ola Scooter will supply an unparalleled scooter knowledge to customers, who will now get a broad selection of vibrant colors to opt for from, along with class primary velocity, unprecedented selection, the largest boot room, international style and design, and state-of-the-art technologies at aggressive costs that make it the most effective scooter prospects can get,” the organization mentioned in a ready statement.
Pricing facts of the Ola Scooter are however to be announced. On the other hand, media reviews recommend that it could be priced among Rs. 80,000 and Rs. one,00,000.
Final week, Ola kicked off on the internet reservations for its electrical scooter at a refundable quantity of Rs. 499. The organization promised to give priority doorstep delivery to prospects reserving the scooter.
The Ola electrical scooter will be produced at the company’s factory in Tamil Nadu known as the Ola Futurefactory that is claimed to have two million yearly capability in its initial phase. It is also touted to be on track to attain its complete capability of ten million manufacturing yearly as early as following yr.
Ola Electrical signed a ten-yr debt financing agreement of $a hundred million (approximately Rs. 744.15 crores) with Financial institution of Baroda to fund the initial phase of its manufacturing unit for electrical two-wheelers.