Ola’s ‘electric car’ could debut on August 15, according to CEO Bhavish Aggarwal

Ola's 'electric car' could debut on August 15

In a tweet dated January 25, Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal provided a preview of an electric car and stated that it will be a futuristic-looking car that resembled a compact hatchback.

Bhavish Aggarwal, the CEO of Ola, hinted in another tweet that Ola Electric’s upcoming offering would be an automobile. At 2:00 PM on August 15, it will be made public. “Picture abhi baaki hai mere dost See you on August 15 at 2 pm,” reads the post. has a teaser film that displays what appears to be the sides of a red automobile. Scooters made by Ola Electric are already available on the Indian market, but in recent months, questions regarding their safety have been raised.

In a tweet from January 25, Aggarwal released a preview for an electric automobile, teasing that it will look futuristic and like a compact hatchback car.

However, the design has not yet been confirmed, and the final Ola automobile may differ significantly from the concept art. Additionally, Aggarwal has previously asserted that Ola Electric was producing the sportiest vehicle in India.

The Indian EV market

Electric vehicles, or EVs, are positioned as the future with a lower environmental impact. Even while electric scooters are fairly popular and are used by both normal customers and for logistics, a regular EV automobile still has a high price tag.

If Ola Electric decides to introduce an EV, it would face stiff competition from some of the industry’s top companies. Tata Motors offers EV versions of the Nexon and Tigor, MG offers the MG ZVS, a high-end EV vehicle, and Hyundai does likewise. Many other players, like Volvo and Kia Motors, want to introduce more EV models in India. Hyundai is planning to bring a new Honda City, which will be a hybrid EV.

Quality control and thermal performance are the two main issues with Ola’s electric vehicle. Ola’s scooters have not had a seamless launch. Some of the issues are scooters catching fire, malfunctioning equipment, and delayed vehicles. Ola should be able to avoid these problems with the EV vehicle, assuming there is one.

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