Ola Electric has reported that it is building nine customized Ola S1 Pro scooters for the Embassy of The Netherlands on special order.
These nine scooters will be used across the three diplomatic missions of The Netherlands in India and will come painted in the custom orange shade, the official color of The Netherlands, and will also sport the official logo of The Netherlands. Ola has named the color ‘Dutch Oranje’.
Speaking on the occasion, Bhavish Aggarwal, Founder and CEO, Ola, said “We are excited to build these custom scooters for the embassy of The Netherlands and are proud that they have joined our Mission Electric, which is to ensure that no petrol two-wheelers are sold in India after 2025. These custom scooters are a testament to our advanced design and manufacturing process that enabled us to seamlessly develop, test, and build a custom-designed scooter within days. In the future, we will be looking at providing custom paint finishes to our customers as well so they can make their Ola S1 uniquely theirs.”
Marten van den Berg, Ambassador from The Netherlands Embassy said “We are excited to purchase these custom-designed Ola S1 Pro scooters. They are beautifully designed and customized to the Dutch Oranje color with the Netherlands logo. We chose the Ola S1 as an important part of our commitment towards reducing emissions which is essential not only for the environment but also to achieve the SGDs. It is critically important to go electric to address climate change in an urban environment. I look forward to the delivery of the vehicles so that we can replace our existing scooters in our office with Ola S1 Pro electric scooters.”
The advanced manufacturing and industry 4.0 processes implemented at the Ola Futurefactory enabled Ola to customize the scooters effortlessly and within days without interruptions to its regular production.
The Ola S1 Pro scooters will be delivered to the Netherlands Embassy in New Delhi, and the Consulates General in Mumbai and Bengaluru, once Ola begins customer deliveries in the coming weeks.
The scooters are being manufactured in India at the Ola Futurefactory, the largest, most advanced, and greenest 2W factory in the world.