Ola Electric crosses the 1 lakh scooter production mark.
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Ola Electric crosses the 1 lakh scooter production mark.

Ola Electric achieved the milestone of producing 1 lakh electric scooters in just ten months.

Ola Electric has crossed the 1 lakh (100,000) electric scooter production mark. CEO of Ola Electric, Bhavish Aggarwal, posted on Twitter that the company has achieved this milestone in just 10 months of production.

He tweeted: Crossed 1 lakh vehicles produced yesterday. In just 10th month of production, probably fastest ever for a new auto company in India. Just getting started and #EndICEage is coming nearer and nearer!

Ola Electric manufactures electric scooters at its futurefactory in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu. It is the world’s largest two-wheeler factory. The factory is spread across an area of 40 acres and has the capacity to manufacture 1 crore (10 million) two-wheelers per year. Currently, the factory is not operating at its full capacity. Also, the factory is run entirely by women. At full capacity, Futurefactory will employ over 10,000 women, making it the world’s largest women-only factory and the only all-women automotive manufacturing facility globally.

Currently, Ola Electric manufactures S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters. The company recently launched its most affordable scooter S1 Air. The production of the S1 Air will start next year, and the deliveries will begin in April 2023.

Ola Electric is building India’s largest EV ecosystem. Not only electric two-wheelers, but the company is also developing electric four-wheelers and Lithium-ion cells.

The company is also building a car manufacturing plant and a Li-Ion cell manufacturing plant. The upcoming car manufacturing plant will be spread across 200 acres of land and will have the capacity to produce 10 lakh (1 million) cars per year. It will be India’s largest integrated and automated manufacturing plant.

Ola’s cell plant will be India’s largest Lithium-Ion cell manufacturing plant, with a capacity of 100GWh. This plant will be spread across 100 acres of land and will produce four different cell variants. The production is expected to begin next year.

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