Ola Electric, India’s largest electric vehicle company, today announced its sales figures for the month of December. The company remains at the top position and has registered total sales of over 25,000 units during the month. While December is usually a slow month for automobile sales, Ola has not only managed to maintain its growth momentum but has also registered record sales for any EV manufacturer in the country. With a steady increase in sales, Ola has been able to increase its market share by 30% during the month, which is quite remarkable! The Ola S1 scooters have been a huge success in India, and by combining strong demand with its rapidly expanding network, Ola is truly making EVs mainstream in the country.
Bhavesh Agarwal, Founder and CEO, Ola Electric had this to say, “2022 marks the inflection point in India’s journey towards becoming a global EV hub. At Ola, we are committed to the mission Electric and we are committed to the country as a whole. I have been able to drive EV adoption and penetration. Ola is now the largest and fastest growing EV company in the country. If the past year has shown us the true potential of India’s EV market. , is set to open the floodgates for EVs in the country next year.
So, what is Ola’s plan for now? Ola is on an expansion drive on the D2C front. With already 100 pilot centers across the country, the company is on track to open 200 outlets by the end of March 2023. The company also recently introduced MoveOS 3, the latest over-the-air (OTA) software update to more than 1 lakh users. With 50+ features and performance improvements, MoveOS 3 promises to unlock the true potential of Ola’s S1 family of scooters. Another major benefit that the upgrade offers is Ola Scooters’ compatibility with the company’s rapidly expanding Hypercharger network, which is currently spread across 27 Indian states.