With the world progressing towards the modern lifestyle even further with each passing day, environmental issues have surfaced to be one of the major concerns. In our day-to-day lives, there are many things that we indulge in daily, which results in a lot of pollution that severely affects the environment. One such activity is the harmful emissions released from the vehicles that we use to commute regularly.
Fortunately, there have been increasing awareness about these environmental issues and the need for these to be urgently tackled. It is why many measures have been taken to move towards a more sustainable way of life. One of the ways that have become common includes a shift to electric vehicles. Ola is all set to add to this sustainable trend with its much-awaited launch of the Ola electric scooter.
The Ola electric scooter would enter the Indian markets by the end of July this year. And with its launch being near, Ola is increasing the buzz around it with different revelations about the vehicle. It recently released the colour options that will be available to people in the market as an option from which they could opt as per their preference. Some of the confirmed colour options include white, pink, black and light blue.
Online booking of the Ola electric scooter
Taking advantage of the hype about the Ola electric scooter in the market, Ola has already started the bookings of scooters that you can do with a token amount of just Rs.499. You can do so through the official website of the company. And the add-on advantage here is that the amount paid as a token is entirely refundable without any imposed conditions. So, without a worry about a change in the decision at a later stage, booking one for yourself could be your way to go.
Features of Ola electric scooter
Some of the features that the company’s CEO Bhavish Aggarwal revealed through Twitter include the claim that the scooter will be capable of getting charged up to 0 to 50% in just 18 minutes, and this much battery would suffice enough to travel a distance of about 75km. It makes up to the rough estimate that the fully charged battery can help cover a distance of about 150km. Apart from this, other features include an external charging port, an LED taillight, a black coloured floor mat, a single-piece seat, projector headlamp, a hook for carrying luggage, a fully digital instrument cluster etc.
Ola electric scooters will soon be seen running down the streets in different shades, with all these features already tested for their effectiveness and efficiency.