Ola Electric is leaving no stone unturned to make its electric scooter a grand success. The company has already revealed the models and their prices recently. Now, the startup has brought Bhuvan Bam on board as a brand ambassador to attract the young generation of India.
Bhuvan Bam Collaborates with Ola Electric
Ola Electric has created a positive buzz with its electric scooters’ technology-based features. Bhuvan Bam, one of the most followed YouTubers among a new generation of India, has now joined Ola Electric’s list of brand ambassadors. This collaboration will further accelerate the popularity of e-scooter in the targeted audience.
As per the contractual agreement, Ola and Bhuvan Bam will create Ola electric scooter-centric content. That will effectively communicate the brand’s uber value proposition in an innovative, highly relatable, and entertaining manner.
Bhuvan Bam is quite excited to be a part of the Ola Electric team. Talking about the same, he said, “I am really happy that Ola Electric considered me as one of their ambassadors. It’s truly exciting to be a part of this green revolution, something I’ve always wished for. The scooters are sleek, attractive, and are designed as per the Indian electric vehicle market. I have joined the green revolution already and I can’t wait for everyone to get their hands on it.”
Bhuvan Bam was earlier associated with other young generation centric products including Myntra, Mivi, Faboom, Arctic Fox, Beardo, Lenskart, and Tissot among others. While building a unique narrative for each of the brands, his content continues to resonate with millions of people with every new campaign.
About Ola Electric
Ola Electric has already become popular because of its premium design, extraordinary features, and revolutionary green move.
The startup has launched two variations S1 and S1 Pro of its e-scooters. Both variants have different specifications, features, prices, and targets different user bases.
Ola Electric has established the largest electronic two-wheelers manufacturing unit in the world. The manufacturing hub is located in Chennai, India. The firm has plans to export its electric scooter to Europe, UK, and other countries.
Not only the largest manufacturing hub, but Ola Electric has also announced to install the world’s largest electric charging infrastructure for two-wheelers. In a $2 billion investment, Ola Electric will install 1 lakhs charging points in 400 major cities of India in the coming five years. The electric startup also confirmed that it will provide 5000 charging points in 100 Indian cities in the first year of the project.