Ola has revealed that the scooter will come out of a brand new manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu that will have an initial capacity of two million units. Such levels of scale will allow the company to price the scooter aggressively, and Ola is targeting premium 125cc petrol powered scooters with the pricing.
The scooter itself is based on the Etergo App scooter – a Dutch start-up company that Ola acquired in 2020. The company says that it has since heavily revised this platform to offer more performance, better range as well as improved technology. Ola claims that it will have segment leading performance and range figures, although actual specifications are not yet out.
The Ola Electric scooter gets the same single telescopic front suspension as seen on the Etergo, but it will likely be tweaked for our riding environment and also to keep costs low. The scooter claims to have the largest in class boot space and it has a sleek looking twin-pod LED headlamp that is encased within an LED strip.