Ola Electric Unveils Indigenous Lithium-Ion Cell
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Electric vehicle company Ola Electric has unveiled its indigenously developed lithium-ion cell, the NMC 2170.
The specialty of this cell of Ola is that it can store more energy than the ordinary lithium cell used in an e-vehicle.
Apart from this, its life cycle is also long, due to which it can be used for a long time.
Ola Electric claims that this new cell will help in increasing the range of electric vehicles.
Ola will start mass production of SAIL from its Gigafactory by 2023.
Ola is building the world's most advanced cell research centre that will enable us to rapidly expand and innovate and manufacture the most advanced and cost-effective EV products in the world.
The company said it is committed to invest in research and development to create indigenous advanced SAIL technologies, strengthen manufacturing capabilities and create an integrated Ola electric vehicle hub.
About Ola Electric
Ola Electric Mobility is an Indian electric two-wheeler manufacturer, based in Bangalore.
Its manufacturing plant is located in Krishnagiri, Tamil Nadu, India.
Ola Electric launched its first electric vehicle in August 2021 and has set up the world's largest 2W manufacturing facility in India.
Founder & CEO - Bhavish Aggarwal
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