Ola Electric partially reveals its first EV, to launch in 2024

    Ola claims the car will have a range of more than 500km on a single charge and a 0-100kph time of under four seconds.

    Published On Aug 15, 2022 04:16:00 PM


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    Ola Electric has announced that its first electric car will arrive in 2024, with a claimed range of more than 500km on a single charge and a drag coefficient of 0.21Cd. Ola Electric’s in-house Li-ion battery may also power this upcoming EV.

    • Ola Electric EV to get a drag coefficient of 0.21Cd
    • Ola claims it will be the sportiest car built in India 

    Ola Electric EV concept: design

    The upcoming EV is shown with an LED light bar at the front with an illuminated Ola logo, and gets a big vent on both corners of the front bumper. It will have an all-glass roof with a coupe-esque roofline. At the back, the Ola EV gets a light bar as the tail-light and an illuminated Ola logo. The teaser doesn't reveal much about design on the EV's sides.

    Ola Electric EV concept: technical details

    Ola claims that its upcoming EV will have a range of more than 500km on a single charge. The electric vehicle is also said to have a 0-100kph time of under 4 seconds. It will be the sportiest car built in India when it is launched in the summer of 2024, the company said.

    The EV will also get assisted driving capabilities, keyless and handleless doors and other advanced features, and will be powered by Ola's in-house MoveOS software. Ola is currently developing its own iteration of a Li-ion battery in India, and it's possible that Ola may use this battery for its upcoming EV.

    Also see:

    Ola signs PLI agreement to make EV battery cells in India

    Ola to invest Rs 3,995 crore in new battery R&D facility

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