Ola Founder and CEO Bhavish Aggarwal on Monday shifted gears and entered a brand new territory by showcasing a homegrown electrical automobile that may arrive within the nation by 2024.
Aggarwal stated the Ola Electric automobile could have a 500-km vary on single change and can go from zero to 100 km inside 4 seconds.
“Designed to ship a drag coefficient of lower than 0.21, it is going to be the sportiest automobile ever inbuilt India with an all glass roof,” stated the corporate.
The automobile can be outfitted with one of the vital superior computer systems in a 4W, assisted driving capabilities, keyless and handless doorways amongst many different options and many others, the corporate added.
The automobile may even include Ola’s very personal MoveOS software program and automobile house owners will be capable of obtain common characteristic updates OTA by way of their possession span, stated the corporate.
“We consider that India must change into the worldwide epicentre of the EV revolution and command 25 per cent of the world’s automotive market. As we construct for India, we may even be creating the EV paradigm for the remainder of the world,” stated Aggarwal.
“We missed the semiconductor, photo voltaic, digital and different manufacturing revolutions. If we make investments now, we are able to lead the electrical cells and batteries market,” he added.
The automobile will include an all-glass roof and assisted driving capabilities pretty much as good as some other automobile on the planet. It can be keyless and handleless, in accordance with Ola CEO.
The firm additionally claimed to quickly launch greater than 100 hyperchargers throughout main 50 cities.
Ola additionally launched an all-new Ola S1 scooter with premium design at an introductory value of Rs 99,999. The reservations for early entry of the all-new Ola S1 started for Rs 499.
(Except for the headline, the remainder of this IANS article is un-edited)
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