Indian EV start-up Ola Electric has picked the event of Diwali to put out one more teaser video for its upcoming electric vehicle. Like the past teasers that showed different exterior features, this time the teaser gives us a short look at the interior.
Some of the interior features in the teaser of electric car can be made out. The primary thing displayed inside the vehicle is the steering wheel, which uncovers a two-spoke design with an octagonal center manager that has the Ola logo emblazoned in it. On the spokes, there have all the backlight touch controls on one or the other side, as well as a pair of toggle switches. The most fascinating thing, is that the steering wheel itself seems, to be practically rectangular in shape.
Other than this, one can see some cool blue inside ambient lighting and set a further back is a free standing digital instrument group, showing a digital speedometer readout. A more extensive shot of the whole dashboard uncovers a greater amount of the clean, moderate design. There’s a slim strip of ambient lighting at the extremely top, and just a little ways off of that could be a thin bank of AC vents.
Ola isn’t focusing on the budget segment, and on second thought going premium with its first electric car, with a beginning cost likely upwards of Rs 25 lakh. It will likewise reasonable utilize a 70-80kWh battery with an expected scope of over 500km, a 0-100kph season of under 5 seconds and a drag coefficient of simply 0.21; be that as it may, the last option will be the sedan model.
This teaser comes right on the rear of the previous launch of the Ola S1 Air, the base model of the brand’s electric scooter, whose lower cost of Rs 79,999 ought to help the individuals who were going back and forth about diving in on an EV. The model highlights changes like fewer drive modes, yet additionally unique underpinnings and lighter weight.
In addition, the brand has announced its goal to investigate the more costly electric bike space also, and this puts paid to the possibility that numerous four-wheeler models will be conceivable as well. Nonetheless, the EV space is topping off quick – with laid out rivals like the Tata Nexon EV Max, Hyundai Kona Electric and MG ZS EV destined to be joined by the Mahindra XUV400 and BYD Atto 3 – so Ola’s initial four-wheeler offering will have its work cut out.