- Ola CEO has shared the first pictures of the Ola Car which is going to be a reality in near future
- The Ola Car seems to be a compact hatchback that will get an electric electric powertrain
Ola electric is riding high on the success of the Ola S1 electric scooter. In future the company plans to expand its presence in electric cars as well. CEO Bhavish Aggarwal has given a glimpse of the Ola electric Car and its look awesome. In future the Ola car is going to be a reality for sure. Before we talk about the car let’s check the tweet by the CEO below. The tweet mentions “Can you guys keep a secret? “. And that’s all about the car afterall it’s a secret.
Ola Electric Car
After seeing the image, one can clearly say that the car from the Ola is going to be a hatchback. The presence of Ola logo also tell us that how the branding will look like. It seems like the car is going to be a two-door hatchback with modern design elements. The picture is still a render and there is no presence of grilles whatsoever. Instead of that there is a presence of LED lights that goes from one end to other. The absence of grilles indicates that the car is going to be an electric one. The design of alloy wheels looks good on the car.
In the image, the Ola electric car carries a glass panels all around. The glass panels starts right from the headlights and goes all the way to the back of the car. In India the idea of modern cars is bit unusual specially those who carry a whole different design language. We’ll have to see how customers choose it. In the tweet’s comment section the car has impressed a lot of people.
Electric Car India
In India the EVs are slowly catching up with the sales of ICE vehicles. The electric two-wheeler industry is already very popular in the country. We witnessed it with the massive bookings for the Ola S1 electric scooter. In electric cars, Tata Motors is the biggest player with the Nexon EV. The company plans to launch more electric cars in near future. In future, it seems like Ola will go on a competition with some major carmakers. This includes the Tata Motors, Maruti Suzuki, Mahindra etc. All automakers are now shifting towards EVs and Ola electric is going to be a challenger for developed players.