Bhavish Aggarwal and his cohorts played a fast one on their fans. It was to be anticipated, given Ola’s track record. The Ola AirPro was revealed by the Ola founder in a video posted on Twitter. Although it might seem as if two MacBooks have been mixed, the company has promised the one thing that everybody is anticipating: flying cars.
Ola went a step further and built a website with information about the flying car. Ola executives wearing black T-shirts with Ola AirPro printed on them can be seen in the announcement video. Given the level of dedication to the prank, it was a job well done.
- At first glance, the product appears to be genuine, but careful listening reveals that it is nothing more than a hoax. The video begins with Agarwal stating that six years ago, they devised a plan to allow Indians to fly, but the plan failed. They didn’t give up, he said.
Employees worked 24 hours a day, seven days a week to achieve the target, according to them. According to Agarwal, they have always tried to revolutionize urban mobility and have finally done so. The “world’s first and only fully autonomous electric flying car — Ola AirPro” is then introduced.
- According to the company, the Ola AirPro can land and take off vertically at any time and from any place. The car was made with cutting-edge materials including carbon fiber and titanium, which were sourced sustainably from F1 cars in Germany, fighter jets in the United States, and soft drink cans in Shivajinagar. “You could lift it with one hand but we advise against it,” they said.
- “The battery only needs to be charged once, and it powers itself as it runs!” they said. They created a network of “foldable landing pads” with the help of urban planners, the government, and the “AirPolice.” According to them, the OlaHive is the name of the terrace parking network.
Birds, planes, other Ola AirPros, and even Superman don’t get in the way of the flying car, which swerves out of the way. You also don’t need a pilot’s license to fly the car!
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