This is the first collective push by companies in India to switch to clean mobility and comes weeks ahead of an United Nations' climate change conference.
On Wednesday, Ola Electric had commenced the sale process of its electric scooter, which comes in two trims - Ola S1 and S1 Pro.
Ola co-founder Bhavish Aggarwal shared a video featuring the first batch of women hired to work at the facility.
The company will officially open Ola S1 for purchase from September 8, and start deliveries across 1,000 cities and towns in October.
The electric scooter will be rolled out of its factory in Krishnagiri district in Tamil Nadu and the total project outlay has been put at Rs 2,354 crore.
It has two variants - the Grand with a 126 km range and the Elite with a 225 km range. The Grand was available for test ride.
The design of the Revolt RV400 is on the lines of naked motorcycles, similar to the likes of Yamaha FZ and KTM Duke.
The company rolled out the 100 millionth unit, Xtreme 160R model, from its manufacturing facility in Haridwar.
The company made it amply clear that it will launch an electric two-wheeler in India.
Nissar had to shell out nearly Rs 1 lakh for the bike, but he does not regret as the end product has the looks of a high-end two-wheeler.