Ola Electric car to hit road in 2024

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Ola Electric finally announced its plans to build its first electric car, which will be available in 2024, after months of teasing and hinting. It also released the Ola S1, a more affordable version of the Ola S1 Pro.

The electric mobility unicorn also announced plans to expand its manufacturing facilities and mass-produce the Ola Lithium-ion cell for its electric vehicle lineup. Ola Electric’s cofounder and CEO, Bhavish Aggarwal, made the announcements live on YouTube. Aggarwal and the Ola team had been dropping hints about the upcoming announcement for months, with the first appearing in June.

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Ola Electric car to hit road in 2024

Ola Electric finally announced its plans to build its first electric car, which will be available in 2024, after months of teasing and hinting. It also released the Ola S1, a more affordable version of the Ola S1 Pro.

The electric mobility unicorn also announced plans to expand its manufacturing facilities and mass-produce the Ola Lithium-ion cell for its electric vehicle lineup. Ola Electric’s cofounder and CEO, Bhavish Aggarwal, made the announcements live on YouTube. Aggarwal and the Ola team had been dropping hints about the upcoming announcement for months, with the first appearing in June.

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