Ola Electric plans to open 200 experience centres by year end

    Ola has also extended the festive season discount upto December 31, 2022.

    Published On Nov 30, 2022 02:58:00 PM


    Ola Electric to open 200 showrooms by end 2022.
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    Ola Electric has opened 14 new Ola Experience Centres across 11 cities in India and has said it aims to expand its network to 200 outlets before the end of 2022. The company has been ramping up its offline presence soon after ditching its digital-only sales approach. 

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    The 14 new additions to the network take the tally upto to 50 across India. Some of the cities in the list of Ola showrooms include Pune, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, Vadodara and Ranchi. 

    In a statement, the company said it is on track to establish 200 Experience Centres by the end of 2022. This, however, comes as a surprise because back in September, CEO Bhavish Aggarwal had said that Ola Electric will open 200 such centres by March 2023. With only a month left in 2022, Ola Electric surely has to go all guns blazing in order to achieve its target.

    These outlets allow prospective customers to test ride and book the S1 Pro and S1 Air electric scooters. Ola scooter owners can also service their vehicles and carry out inspections at these service centres.

    Besides the expansion of its Experience Centre network, Ola also announced the extension of its festive season offers till December 31, 2022. The offer includes a discount upto Rs 10,000 and an assured delivery within seven days of booking at select Ola showrooms.

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