Ola Electric CEO Bhavish Aggarwal announced on Twitter that they will be launching a subscription plan for the service. The program will target their S1 Pro and S1 electric scooters, and the brand may also be considering the S1 Air. The service subscription plan will launch next week. As of now, there is little information on subscription plans. Know now what the plan will offer or cover.
Earlier this week, Bhavish also announced that the company will be introducing help desks in their experience centers. The Experience Center will be able to service the electric scooters. So, customers of the S1 and S1 Pro e-scooters should be able to bring their scooters and get them serviced. In most cases, they are able to provide same day service. The Experience Center should get additional functionality over the next 30 days.
As of now, customers need to make an appointment and the scooters are picked up by Ola Electric’s technicians. Once the service is complete, the technician returns the scooter to the owner. When the electric scooters were first launched, Ola Electric stated that they would not have brick-and-mortar dealerships and service centers. However, now it looks like they will be slowly opening new service centers. This could be a decision in the right direction, as owners will be able to get their scooters serviced within a day.
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In other news, Ola Electric is currently working on six new vehicles. There will be mass market electric scooters, premium motorcycles, mass market motorcycles, premium cars and premium SUVs, and mass market cars.
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The manufacturer also recently launched MoveOS 3 for its electric scooters. More than 90 percent of scooters have already been upgraded to the third-generation operating system, and Bhavish Aggarwal said they will be “moving to MoveOS 4”. So it looks like Ola Electric will now start working on MoveOS 4.
First published date: Jan 4, 2023 at 14:05pm CST