Aggarwal further added: “We work really hard to make great products and entertaining events for our customers and delight them. Such instances can’t have any place in a mature ecosystem.”
Demanding an apology from the journalist, he said: “Unless it is clear who did this and an apology (which is unlikely), we will not have auto journalists being showcased our products before launch going forward. They will be shown the products only after customers are shown products at launch events.”
As reported by the ET earlier, the upcoming EV is expected to be called as Ola S1X and is likely to be priced below Rs 1 lakh.
Though Ola has not shared any details about the S1X, it is said to offer a range of about 100 km.
Ola currently offers S1 Pro, S1, and S1 Air electric scooters.
Ola recently launched the S1 Air that comes with cutting-edge technology and design elements inherited from its predecessors, the S1 and S1 Pro. It offers a 3 kWh battery capacity, a certified range of 125 km, and a top speed of 90 km/hr.