He was the chief designer of the Jaguar F Type sports car.
Burgess has over three decades of car designing experience. He has worked with Rolls Royce, Bentley to Aston Martin and Jaguar Landrover in his early career.
New Delhi. Cab aggregator Ola (Old) was hired by Wayne Burgess to design cars such as Bentley, Aston Martin and Jaguar to design his future electric vehicles. Appointed Chief of Design Unit of Vehicles. Burgess knows three decades of car designing experience and has worked with Rolls Royce, Bentley to Aston Martin and Jaguar Landrover in his early career. He was the chief designer of the Jaguar F Type sports car and then was the studio direct for the Jaguar F-Pace SUV. This information was given by Ola Chairman and Group Chief Executive Officer Bhavish Aggarwal. He said that Wayne’s involvement with our leadership team will add beauty to the global appeal and design to replace electric vehicles in our industry.
The company is investing Rs. 2,400 crore in setting up the plant.
Ola Electric, which is starting its production from two wheeler, also aims to produce bikes, cars and other vehicles. The company plans to become the largest two-wheeler manufacturing unit in the world, with a production of ten million vehicles by next year. This year, the company says that it will produce two million vehicles from its plant set up in Tamil Nadu. The company is investing Rs 2,400 crore in setting up the plant. In the first phase (June 2021), it will build a capacity to manufacture two million two-wheelers. From next year, this figure will be increased to 1 lakh.
Hypercharge network costs around $ 2 billion
In his electric vehicle mission, Ola had recently announced that he plans to build charging stations across India. The company is set to install more than one lakh charging points in 400 cities in India in the next few years. The cost of a hypercharged network to be set up by Ola and its partners can be around $ 2 billion. This hypercharged network will have two formats, vertical tower based charger and standalone charger. Standalone chargers will be installed in public places such as IT parks, shopping malls and cafes etc. The Ola company will also provide chargers to customers with their scooters, which the customer can install at their home.
Not only EV, even hail in preparation for making cell
In addition to manufacturing inexpensive electric vehicles (EV, EV) in the country, Ola Electric also plans to set up a cell manufacturing factory for its lithium-ion batteries (Lithium Ion Batteries). If this happens, it will be the first Indian company. All cells for battery are imported right now.