Ola CEO Bhavish Agarwal said that the autonomous driving feature is in the development stage. It is expected that it will be launched on the production version of Ola’s electric car.
Updated: April 24, 2022 02:30:43 pm
Ola Autonomous Electric Car : Ola, which emerged as a cab aggregators service company, is now in discussion about its electric scooters. Though Ola is facing a lot of trouble with its electric scooters in the country, but beyond all these topics, Ola Electric has announced that they will enter the autonomous vehicle segment in India. Interestingly, Ola Electric has said that this autonomous driving feature is not being developed for their two-wheeler i.e. Ola Electric S1 series but for the upcoming electric car.
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Ola Autonomous Feature
Ola CEO Bhavish Aggarwal said that this feature is being developed to make the upcoming four wheeler EV compete with Tesla cars. As of now the Ola Electric Autonomous Driving feature is in the development stage. It is expected that it will be launched on the production version of their electric car. Bhavish Agarwal also confirmed that the feature is being developed keeping in mind the global market, it will meet the ambitious global plans of not only India but also the Indian automaker.
Electric car under 10 lakhs?
According to Bhavish Aggarwal, Ola Electric will aim to launch a car for around Rs 10 lakh so that more and more people can buy it. Notably, at its 500-acre electric two-wheeler manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu’s Pochampally town, the company has also demonstrated a self-driving cart that uses LiDAR. Agarwal said Ola Electric is also planning to launch the low-cost Ola S1 scooter later this year. Ola Electric has decided to recall its batch of around 1,441 units in the wake of increasing incidents of fires in electric scooters.
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Buyers unhappy with Ola Scooters
Currently, Ola Electric will continue to sell the S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters. In these scooters, the company will soon roll out the MoveOS 2.0 operating system. Currently this software is in beta mode. Let us tell you, Ola’s electric scooter customers liked it very much at the time of launch and this was the reason why the company sold them fiercely. But as these scooters are reaching the customers, scooter owners seem to be unhappy with the company with their complaints.
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