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Electric scooters of this company are selling fast, 1 lakh vehicles made in 10 months

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Ola has launched the 1 lakhth electric scooter from FutureFactory.
The company started mass production in November last year.
Ola currently sells the S1 Air, S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters.

New Delhi. Bengaluru-based EV start-up Ola Electric has announced that the company has launched its 1 lakhth electric scooter from its all-women-run Futurefactory located in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu. The EV maker started mass production in late November last year and managed to achieve the feat in just 10 months. Ola Electric’s current product portfolio includes the S1 Air, S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters.

Speaking on this achievement Bhavish Aggarwal said, “Since starting our journey towards electrification of India, we have unlocked the potential of EVs in our country by providing customers with a much better product and experience than any other . This achievement is just the beginning.”

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The company will make more scooters
Agarwal further said that the next 1 lakh electric scooters will be manufactured in this half time, as the demand for EVs is increasing very fast. India is closer than ever to making Mission Electric a reality. It is worth noting that Ola Electric has sold 20,000 electric scooters in India in October 2022, which is the highest number among all EV manufacturers. This sale of Ola is 60 percent more than last month.

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Company that sells 3 electric scooters
Ola Electric also recently launched the S1 Air electric scooter in India. The S1 Air is a smaller model than the S1 and S1 Pro in Ola’s line-up. It is currently the most economical electric scooter of the company. Its ex-showroom price has been kept at Rs 84,999. The Ola S1 Air packs a 2.5 kWh lithium-ion battery pack and is claimed to offer a range of up to 101 km per charge.

Company increasing capacity in factories
Introducing the new S1 Air electric scooter before Diwali last month, Agarwal had said that in the next six to eight months, we can fully exploit the existing installed capacity, but are also increasing the capacity in future factories. Company officials said that its current capacity is 20 lakh units annually and it will be fully exploited in six to eight months.

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