Ola Electric opens 14 new experience centres in India, plans 200 by year-end - Bengaluru News
by IANS | Updated Nov 28, 2022
The company opened 3 centres in Bengaluru, two in Pune and one each in Ahmedabad, Dehradun, Delhi, Hyderabad, Kota, Bhopal, Nagpur, Ranchi and Vadodara, it said in a statement.
Ola Electric now has more than 50 experience centres and aims to open 200 by the end of this year.
The centres allow electric vehicles (EV) enthusiasts to experience its EV technology and also enable customers to take test rides of the S1 and S1 Pro.
"EV enthusiasts are loving the holistic experience that Ola Experience Centres offer by serving as go-to places for them to touch and feel our products, clarify their queries, and avail support both before and after purchase," said Anshul Khandelwal, chief marketing officer, Ola Electric.
"We are rapidly increasing our offline footprint across the country with an aim to open a total of 200 of these centres by the end of this year," Khandelwal added.
With the help of its experience centres and recent expansion of physical contact points through its robust D2C model, Ola has already organised more than 1 lakh customer test rides across India.
"Ola's mission of ensuring all 2Ws in India are electric by 2025 is closer to being a reality as the company is working towards building a robust roadmap of electric vehicles to accelerate the world's transition to electric mobility," the company said.
- Centre asks Vodafone Idea to convert Rs 16,000 dues into equity
- J&K sanctions Rs 62 cr project for commercial cultivation of herbal riches
- Paytm Founder announces operating profitability, says free cash flow generation is next
- Over 20K foreign buyers from 28 countries invited to inaugural Rajasthan Int’l Expo
- Budget allocated Rs 10K cr for railway sector in Odisha: Vaishnaw
- Amid Adani group row, RBI says banking sector remains resilient
- S&P Global revises Adani Electricity, Adani Ports ratings to 'negative'
- DGCA orders probe as Indigo passenger reaches Udaipur instead of Patna
- ITC logs Q3 PAT of Rs 5,031 crore, declares interim dividend of Rs 6
- Punjab imposes 90 paise per litre cess on petrol, diesel