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Ola Electric has officially teased its upcoming electric car through various social media platforms. This upcoming electric car from Ola Electric is said to be made at the company's upcoming factory in Tamilnadu.
Earlier, Ola Electric CEO, Bhavish Aggarwal has hinted at the firm's plan to develop an electric car in the near future while quoting a Twitter user by the name of Akash Tiwari.
This means Ola Electric's intentions to launch an electric car in the future were never a secret and proves that the company is passionate about launching this car in the Indian market as soon as possible.
As Ola Electric has teased its upcoming electric car by posting teasers on various social media platforms, we got an idea of what to expect from the company's first electric car.
Looking at the teaser, Ola Electric's upcoming electric car looks very low-slung, wide and even sports a coupe-like roofline. However, it is not a 2-door sports car, but a 4-door sedan and also seems to sport a big boot.
Moreover, the width is further accentuated by the full-width LED lighting at both the front and the rear of the car. Also, it looks like Ola Electric has tried its best to make the car as aerodynamically slippery as possible to reduce the drag of the car for increased efficiency.
Though no details other than the teaser images were shared on the internet, we expect the upcoming Ola electric car to come with a real-world range in excess of 400km per full charge and a battery capacity of around 70kWh.
Moreover, we also expect Ola's upcoming electric car to have more than decent performance with a top speed of around 180km/h and a sub 8-second 0-100km/h sprint timing.
Now for the enthusiasts among the readers, we do really hope that Ola launches its upcoming electric car with a rear-wheel-drive setup even though it is highly unlikely, but an all-wheel-drive option is likely to be on the cards.
Though the interior is yet to be revealed, we expect simplicity to take over the cabin of the upcoming Ola electric car. However, we also expect the interior of the upcoming Ola electric car to be packed with technology and a few unconventional design touches.
Also, we expect Ola Electric to focus more on safety and engineer the car to the highest safety standards given the current scenario where consumers are giving a decent amount of consideration to NCAP ratings.
Linked to safety, we also expect to see Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) in the upcoming Ola electric car. However, this is likely to be limited to a maximum of level-2 semi-autonomous driving with technologies such as adaptive cruise control, lane-keeping assist, auto emergency braking, blind-spot detection, cross-traffic alert, pedestrian detection, road sign recognition, hands-free parking, and a few more.
Speaking about Ola Electric, the startup EV manufacturer received an overwhelming response for its Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro electric scooters by receiving more than 1 lakh pre-bookings in just 24 hours.
Both the Ola S1 and Ola S1 Pro look quite futuristic and look quite similar to each other. However, under the skin, both scooters carry slight differences as the Ola S1 is powered by a 2.98kWh battery pack, whereas the Ola S1 Pro uses a larger 3.97kWh battery pack for added range.
Recently Ola Electric also launched MoveOS 2 update that promises a better range and also includes a few added features.
Thoughts About Ola's Electric Car
Though Ola Electric's passion for the EV revolution seems to be very strong, we do really hope that the company irons out any glitches or defects in the electric vehicle before launching the product in the country.