Ola CEO Bhavish Agarwal, took to Twitter to announce the near completion of the factory.
Almost there! Scooter production to begin soon! Get on the waitlist and #JoinTheRevolution @OlaElectric… https://t.co/JSvt18XMg3
— Bhavish Aggarwal (@bhash) 1625656279000
With over 3000 AI-driven robots, the factory can make a scooter in 2 seconds on average and has up to 10 production lines. Ola Electric predicts a production capacity of 10 million.
The name and specifications of the much-awaited e-scooter will be announced upon launch.
While details remain unclear, Agarwal on Friday tweeted “Goes 0-60 faster than you can read this tweet! Ready or not, a revolution is coming,” alongside a teaser featuring the two wheeler. The company also claims that the upcoming scooter will have the largest boot capacity within the segment.
The e-scooter is modeled after Etergo BV’s AppScooter. Etergo BV is a Dutch start-up that was acquired by Ola in 2020.
The e-scooter is likely to launch in July this year.