According to the data shared by FADA President Gulati on Twitter, most of the scooters by Ola Electric have been delivered in Karnataka and Tamil Nadu. Statistics show that out of 111 electric scooters delivered, 60 are registered in Karnataka, 25 in Tamil Nadu, 15 in Maharashtra and 11 in Rajasthan.
On Friday last week, Bhavish Aggarwal, Co-Founder and CEO of Ola Electric, said It was said that the company has shipped all the units of the first batch of S1 and S1 Pro electric scooters. He further stated that [उस समय] Some of these are in transit, and most are already going through the process of RTO registration at the delivery centres. He also talked about the more time taken in the registration process than expected and said the reason behind this is a completely digital process. Agarwal also assured that the registration process will be faster in future.
Gulati also talked about the RTO process in his tweet, but also expressed the apprehension that this difference between booking and delivery could be a marketing stunt. He wrote “Is the Direct to Customer concept turning out to be a big hurdle? Is it real or just another media/startup hype?”
One given to HT Auto statement In December, Arun Sirdeshmukh, Chief Business Officer, Ola Electric said (translated) “We have shipped around 4,000 scooters for delivery to customers in December.”<!–