Ola unveils e-bike, its cheapest e-scooter
Business Standard|August 16, 2023
Ola Electric, India's largest maker of electric scooters, launched its most affordable ride on Tuesday, in an attempt to woo more customers and expand its electric two-wheeler lineup.
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Ola unveils e-bike, its cheapest e-scooter

The Softbank Group-backed company launched its new entry-level electric scooter SIX with an introductory price of ₹79,999.

The Bengaluru-based startup also unveiled four premium electric motorbikes, with sales and deliveries starting in a year, at a gala event at its Ola Future Factory in Tamil Nadu. The new SIX comes in three variants, SIX (with 2kwh battery), SIX with 3kwh battery and SIX+ also with 3kwh battery but with more connected features, company founder and CEO Bhavish Aggarwal said at a customer event held at Ola Future Factory in Krishnagiri in Tamil Nadu. The SIX with 2kwh battery variant has been launched at an introductory price of ₹79,999 for the first week and will be priced at ₹89,999 afterwards, he said.

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