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Ola Electric delivers first 100 scooters without some promised features

Ola Electric delivers first 100 scooters without some promised features

Ola Electric said on Wednesday that it has conveyed the initial 100 Ola S1 bikes to clients in Bengaluru and Chennai. The organization coordinated an extraordinary occasion at Ola’s central command in Bengaluru to stamp the initiation of conveyances. Originator Bhavish Aggarwal was likewise present.

While there were around 40 clients present at the setting, three clients who ET addressed said that a portion of the guaranteed highlights – – the versatile application, slope hold, journey control, voice orders and Bluetooth – – were yet to be empowered. Clients were informed that it would require one more month for large numbers of the elements to be empowered through over-the-air programming refreshes.

Varun Dubey, head showcasing official of Ola Electric, let ET know that the organization had as of now declared that specific highlights must be empowered through over the air refreshes. Ola Electric has been feeling the squeeze from clients for delay in the conveyance of bikes, which the organization guaranteed would start in October.

The organization is building the bikes in what it claims is the world’s greatest bike manufacturing plant in Tamil Nadu, which can ultimately deliver 10 million bikes per year. In October, Ola Electric said it had raised $200 million driven by Falcon Edge and Softbank at a valuation of $3 billion.

Ola Electric is adopting a capricious strategy by conveying bikes straightforwardly to clients’ doorsteps, as against the physical model rehearsed by customary auto organizations. The organization had last month carried out test rides to clients across India.

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