Bhavish Aggarwal, CEO of Ola Electric, announced on Twitter that any customer whose electric scooter rides 200 kilometers on a single charge will receive a free Ola Gerua electric scooter.
Customers who drive electric scooters for up to 200 kilometers on a single charge will receive a free Ola Electric Scooter. Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Awarwal shared this information on his Twitter account. Customers will be given a free mustard electric scooter as part of this marketing campaign launched around Holi alongside the Ola S1 Pro. The company claims that Gerua has received a positive response and free scooter deliveries will begin in June 2022 at Ola’s Tamil Nadu factory.
Price increased by 10.000 TL
Customers are hesitant to buy electric scooters after several fires in recent months. Meanwhile, Ola Electric has not only reopened the sales window for the S1 Pro, but also raised the price by Rs 10,000. This is the third time Ola is getting reservations for the S1 Pro. Ola has increased the price of the electric vehicle for the first time, bringing the showroom exit price of the S1 Pro to Rs 1.40 lakh.
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The e-scooter is currently being tested
On August 15, 2021, Ola Electric launched the electric scooters in India and the company is now selling them for the third time, which is due this Sunday. The company has begun testing the EV in five cities across the country, and Ola claims customers who book a ride will be notified of arrival via email. The company claims that the S1 Pro can travel up to 185 kilometers on a single charge, but only has a range of 131 kilometers. Its top speed is 115 kilometers per hour.
Customers are afraid of fire
In recent months, many electric scooters have caught fire while on the move or at home. Many people died as a result of these events. Despite this, Ola surpassed Hero Electric in sales, delivering electric scooters to 12,683 customers as of April 2022. Apart from that, Ola was the fastest company in the country to sell 10,000 electric scooters. But due to fire incidents, Ola had to recall 1,441 electric vehicles this month.
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