The Ola scooter started with 10 color options and the Ola Electric was released before launch

Ola Group Chairman and CEO Bhawish Aggarwal posted a tweet revealing the following Ola electric scooter colors: The electric scooter is available in 10 colors.

The Ola scooter will be available in ten color options, Ola Electric said Thursday. In addition to matte black and blue with a glossy finish, they are available in white and silver, as well as rich reds, pinks, and yellows. However, the exact name of the color was not disclosed. 


A revolution in ten colours, just like you asked! What’s your colour? I wanna know! Reserve now at https://t.co/lzUzbWbFl7#JoinTheRevolution @OlaElectric pic.twitter.com/rGrApLv4yk

— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) July 22, 2021

The new announcement came a few days after the Bangalore-based company closed its Olas scooter stand within the first 24 hours after opening the booking window and offering to choose matching colors. A teaser has been released. YouTube video. The video shows 10 colors with details of the scooter design. 

“Ola’s scooters provide consumers with an unrivaled scooter experience. With top speed, unparalleled range, maximum luggage space, global design and technology, and a wide range of vibrant colors. Now the choice is yours. Scooter buyers can buy them, ”the company said in a statement. He said in a prepared statement, “The details of the prices for the Aura scooter have not yet been made public. 

However, according to media reports, it could be between R and price. Rs 80,000 Ola paid Rs 80,000 a refund last week. I started ordering my electric scooter online at 499. The company has promised to prioritize delivery to customers who order scooters. 

The Ola electric scooter is produced at the company’s Ola Future Factory in Tamil Nadu and the first phase is said to have a production capacity of 2 million units per year. It is also rumored that next year it will be released at full capacity – 10 million bottles. Ola Electric has signed a 10-year $ 100 million debt agreement with the Bank of Baroda to finance the first phase of electric motorcycle production.

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