This month, Ola Electrical established its 500th knowledge centre, making it one of the electric vehicle (EV) businesses in India that is expanding at the fastest rate. Since Ola Electric powered only began generating power in 2021, the opening of this retail store in Srinagar is a significant achievement for the company. Ola Electric powered is currently focusing on growing its direct-to-consumer (D2C) service offerings. Because the D2C services offered by the company include delivery right to the customer’s doorstep as well as maintenance, the company now has the largest D2C network in the Indian automobile market. Ola experience centres provide test rides on the Ola S1 and S1 professional and sell any merchandise related to Ola’s electric motor vehicles. The S1 Air will be a more affordable option for those looking to purchase an electric driven scooter when it is released in July of 2023.

The establishment of a practical experience hub in J&K provides Ola with a competitive advantage over some of its other companies.

At the present time, neither Ather Strength nor Chetak have any working experience centres located in Jammu and Kashmir, and the TVS iQube is the only other electric scooter that is sold in J&K. This will provide Ola Electric powered with the ability to further increase its present market share in the Northern region of India. In addition, the opening of the 500th Ola encounter centre is not only a significant achievement in terms of the number of expertise centres the company has opened, but also a significant achievement in terms of the extensive community and accomplishments they have created.

“With the inauguration of our 500th shop in India, we feel enormous satisfaction in carrying out our goal of building a complete existence throughout the whole country through our direct-to-customer (D2C) strategy. This accomplishment has brought us to a point where we can say that we have a direct-to-customer presence in every state in India. This significant achievement demonstrates our unyielding commitment to achieving our long-term goal of making electric-powered mobility accessible and user-friendly for everybody. At Ola Electric, we are unwavering in our commitment to being a pioneer in India’s transition to a greener and more environmentally friendly future. This is something we will continue to work towards. The opening of our 500th retail shop is not only a cause for celebration of our achievements, but it also serves as a reminder of the challenges that still lie ahead of us. according to Anshul Khandelwal, Chief Marketing Officer for Ola Electric powered.

2022 was the year that Ola Electric opened the doors to its first working experience centre.

With three different models available, Ola Electrical has been able to capture forty percent of the electric scooters market in India and continues to be one of the most rapidly developing electric two-wheeler enterprises. As of right now, the organisation claims that they have achieved a success rate of 98% in India. Ola has indicated that even now, even immediately after the establishment of the 500 experience centres, a sizeable amount of orders are being placed online. The company’s namesake brand’s very first sales endeavours were carried out solely through its online platform. Now, as demand for electric vehicles (EVs) continues to rise and Ola’s market share continues to grow, the company plans to increase the number of experience centres it operates around the country. Ola Electrical plans to continue its development and has set a goal of increasing the number of encounter centres it operates to one thousand by August of 2023.