EV CarsOla Electric Car is Here; Likely to Be Large Sedan

Ola Electric Car is Here; Likely to Be Large Sedan

Ola Electric Car is Here with 70-80kWh and consequently a long range with the price range of Rs. 25lakh


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Indian EV start-up Ola Electric and its first product, the S1 e-scooter, is well-documented to be the next four-wheeler. 

The initial assumption was that the first electric car would be a compact hatchback for use in the city, but instead we now learned from an internal source that it would be a larger car, possibly a larger sedan.

This information was recently confirmed by Ola CEO Bhavish Agarwal, who tweeted a picture of a mock-up with some fuzzy designs.

When Agarwal tweeted a picture of a design rendering with a hatchback nose Ola badge (also a wheel hub), speculation that it would be his first car compact was sparked by Ola Electric. 

The Onebox hatchback has four flush-fitting doors, arrow-optimized wheels, no door handles, a black roof, nose-length glass space and an LED light bar that extends across the width of the vehicle.

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However, the new image tweeted today reveals not just one for the Ola car, but several body styles. 

The main focus is on a blue car labeled ‘Large sedan’ on the screen, when two design models are seen in the background, both a dull hatchback and a crossover.

A Large battery and the first electric car in the long range

We can confirm from our source that the first Ola electric car will get a large battery with a capacity of about 70-80kWh and consequently a long range. 

Like its S1 and S1 Pro scooters, the brand aims to lead the range with its electric vehicles.

For reference, the Tata Nexon EV Max uses a 40.5kWh battery that generates a claim range of 437km on a full charge, while the MG ZS EV‘s 50.3kWh battery offers a claim range of 461km.

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The 70-80kWh battery itself is very expensive, which will play a big role in the price of Ola electric car, so don’t expect it to be cheap.

 Looking at its application in a ‘big sedan’, we can estimate that the starting price of the car is less than Rs. 25lakh.

Harsha G
Harsha Ghttps://evsinsider.in
Hello, Harsh G here, the Head of EVsInsider. I completed an ITI (Industrial Training Institute) course in 2021. I am a blogger and also working here as an admin. I am very much fascinated by electric vehicles. I hope that by writing this article, I can share my knowledge of EVs with the rest of the world, particularly in India. Because EVs are the future, we should support green motors in order to save the environment.

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