This is how Ola electric car with 500 km range is being made, watch video


World EV Day was celebrated on Friday, September 9, where several electric mobility giants announced their electric vehicles. At the same time, Ola Electric also shared a video of the making of its upcoming electric car to pique the interest of the people. Let us tell you that Ola Electric is working on its first electric car, which will be launched in the Indian market in 2024. Regarding the company’s first electric four-wheeler, it has been claimed that it will give a range of 500 km in a single charge.

Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal shared a video on Twitter on World EV Day, where a glimpse of the company’s work on the upcoming electric car is shown. This car is going to hit the roads in 2024. The video shows the designing of the car, in which the exterior structure of the car is being created through computer and clay modeling.

A designer in the computer can be seen setting the Ola logo on the front of the electric car, while clay modeling is being done on the exterior, roof and front of the electric car. Aggarwal wrote in his tweet “#EndICEAge is being taken to the next level. This World EV Day, sharing a glimpse of the future. 2024 not far away.”

The Bengaluru-based EV company gave some information about this car while presenting the electric vehicle on 15 August. The company claims that this electric car will give a range of more than 500 km in a single charge. Apart from this, it has also been claimed that the EV will be able to accelerate from 0-100 kmph in 4 seconds. In addition, it will have an all-glass roof and will be able to operate without a key.

In a media report last month claimed Ola Electric CEO and co-founder Bhavish Aggarwal had confirmed to PTI that the company’s first electric car would cost between Rs 40-50 lakh.

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