In addition, OPPO also offers a compact four-wheeler of the Tata Nano type. Considering that Tata Nano launched at a starting price of around Rs 1 lakh at the time, we can expect the OPPO four-wheeler to be offered at an aggressive price as well, although some come with features. and a design. As it is compared to Tata Nano, we can assume that the design could be compact and only fit a limited number, unlike a typical sedan or sedan. OPPO designs these vehicles primarily for intra-city journeys. We can probably expect more models in the future that will be premium and take brands like Tata, MG, Ather, Ola and others.
Apparently OPPO is in talks with battery manufacturing companies and parts suppliers. Interestingly, some of these companies supply parts to top brands like Telsa. Since this will be OPPO’s very first take on electric vehicles, the company would like to get it right. After Realme and OnePlus, OPPO has also filed for brands of electric vehicles in India. Interestingly, the trademark application was filed in 2018 but is only revealed now. Since there is an almost 2-3 year gap until OPPO actually launches the EV, we hope to find more details about them. Stick around.
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