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Ola Electric Scooter

                                                       OLA ELECTRIC SCOOTER


Incorporated as a Private Limited Company, Ola Electric Mobility Private Limited was established on February 3rd, 2017. The Registrar of Companies in Bangalore classifies it as a Non-Govt company. Payable capital is Rs. 173,290, while authorized share capital is Rs. 221,121,456. To put it another way, it's a part of a company's Non-financial activities. In accordance with the records from the Ministry of Corporate Affairs, Ola Electric Mobility Private Limited's most recent AGM was held on September 24, 2019, and its most recent balance sheet was filed on March 31, 2019. (MCA).  Bhavish Aggarwal, Subbu Venkata Rama Behara, Arun Sarin, Krishnamurthy Venugopala Tenneti, Saurabh Jalan, and Jaime are the company's directors.


This scooter from Ola Electric Mobility Pvt costs 99,999 rupees ($1,348), an attempt to lower the price of electric two-wheelers in value-conscious India. The Ola S1's price was revealed on Sunday during an official launch that took place on the same day as India's Independence Day, thanks to the funding from SoftBank Group Corp. and Tiger Global Management. A single charge of the electric scooter's base model gives it a range of 121 km (75 miles). The final price will vary depending on the subsidies provided by each state government according to the business. In October, deliveries will begin in over 1,000 cities, with exports to Asia, Latin America, and the Middle East to follow. Exports to Asia, Latin America, and Europe will begin within the next few months.


Before the scooter's public debut, Aggarwal said, "We want 50% of all-electric two-wheelers produced for the globe to be made in India." The ultimate goal, according to Singh, is for India to be a global leader in electric vehicle technology by 2020. This is the most important factor in Aggarwal's global electric vehicle strategy. Scalability in the domestic market could be aided by affordability, as petrol-powered scooters from competitors cost about $1,000. Low per-kilometer operating costs and low maintenance costs may help it compete with established two-wheeler manufacturers. After just one day of scooter pre-orders, the company had over 100,000 people interested. There was a 499 rouble reservation fee. Customer payments for purchases of 2,999 rupees per month will be handled by nine banks.


Two-wheelers are kings in India's megacities like Mumbai and Delhi, where the population is dense. The highways are clogged by scooters and motorcycles. As the government offers incentives to encourage the use of electric vehicles, sales have increased gradually but steadily. To put that in perspective, the Indian electric vehicle market could be worth $206 billion in ten years if 100 million cars are sold. The country is the third-largest source of carbon dioxide emissions, behind only China and the United States, and gasoline costs are at historic highs. Ola's creator believes that the sector is ready for change due to the country's ambitious plans for electric vehicles.


"Traditional automakers are still selling lemons to buyers," Aggarwal stated. Prime Minister Narendra Modi says it is time to give India's youth what they want. Although Ola hasn't invested in traditional marketing yet, he says the company is relying heavily on social media posts to get the word out. Ola and its EV rivals are facing challenges.


The new Ola scooter will have the same banana-shaped batteries as the Etergo App scooter, but these are fixed in place and cannot be removed. Ola S1 Pro, the top model, is expected to have a battery capacity of around 3.6 kWh, making it one of the most powerful electric two-wheelers in the Indian market currently.


According to estimates, Ola's real-world range is 150 kilometers, while the ARAI-certified range is between 180 and 190 kilometers. A lower-spec model with a different battery arrangement and significantly reduced range is also being planned for customers on a budget. Ola Electric asserts that its electric scooter will have the fastest acceleration in its class. It is expected to compete with the Ather 450X and 450Plus. The 450X is the fastest-accelerating e-scooter currently available in India, with a 0-60 kmph time of 6.5 seconds.


Ola Electric's Series S e-scooter has the most under-seat storage space of any model in its class, holding two half-face helmets. There will be a side-stand cut-off feature, a virtual seat unlock switch built into the large color instruments display and an e-SIM for connectivity. On the other hand, Ola Electric plans to establish fast and slow charging stations in more than a hundred Indian cities.


 Ola expects to operate in over 400 cities across the country in the near future. According to estimates, the price of an Ola Electric Scooter will range between 80,000 to 1,00,000 Rupees.


Ola Electric Scooter: A 4-Step Guide to Finishing Your Reservation:


1.If you have already paid the pre-booking fee, you can use your phone number to log into the Ola app and select the variant you want to purchase. If you have yet to register the scooter, you can pre-book it for $499.


After you've decided on the variant you want to buy, you can select one of the ten available color options. Ola has made it possible to change options from those selected at the time of reservation.


2.The payment tab comes next. You will now be required to pay your balance amount, depending on the variant you choose. The equated monthly installments (EMIs) for S1 scooters will begin at $2,999 per month for those who wish to finance their scooters. The EMIs for the advanced version of the electric scooter, the Ola S1 Pro, will start at $3,199.


3.If you need financing, Ola Financial Services has tied up with leading banks, including IDFC First Bank, HDFC, and TATA Capital, to help finance your Ola S1. TATA Capital and IDFC First Bank will also provide pre-approved loans to eligible Ola and Ola Electric app users in minutes. According to the HDFC Bank, it will process digital KYC and provide instant loan approvals to eligible customers.


If you don't need financing, you can pay an advance of 20,000 for your Ola S1 / Ola S1 Pro purchase and the rest before shipment. The deposit and advance are fully refundable, but only up until the unit leaves the company's factory.


4. As soon as the purchasing formalities are completed, Ola will let you know when your order will be shipped. Deliveries will begin in October of 2021. Your scooter will be delivered right to your front door. Within 72 hours of your purchase, you will receive an email with an estimated tentative delivery date.


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