OLA Electric's new factory construction started rapidly

OLA Electric's new factory construction  started rapidly
OLA Electric's new factory construction  started rapidly

Ola Electric will enter the electric mobility sector later this year, for which the company is building the world's largest scooter factory in India. Its construction is in full swing and Ola Electric's Global Sales and Distribution Head - Yong S. Kim has now shared the pictures. This site has also been visited recently by Ola CEO Bhavish Agarwal in Krishnagiri district of Tamil Nadu. This Ola factory is being built with an investment of about Rs. 2400 crores. The plant will have the capacity to manufacture 1 crore electric scooters per year. In the first phase, the company will be able to make 2 million electric scooters in a year.

The plant will initially generate employment for more than 2000 people and after fully operational the figure will reach 10,000. About 1 crore man-hours have been planned for the construction of the plant. The plant will have 10 general assembly lines capable of producing a scooter and 25,000 batteries per day every two seconds. Made-in-India scooters will be exported to Europe, UK, Latin America, Asia Pacific, Australia and New Zealand, in addition to being sold in India. Ola is promising an attractive price for electric scooters, which will compete with scooters like Bajaj Chetak, Ather 450X and TVS iCube.

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Ola had also recently released pictures of the new scooter. The model based on the Etergo Appscooter comes with a removable battery, LED lighting, alloy wheels, telescopic front forks and a digital instrument console. It promises a range of about 150 km on one charge.

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