India’s Cheapest Electric Car Launched At Rs 4.7 Lakh: Cheaper Than Tata Tiago! (Check Top Features)
When it comes to electric vehicles, the first automaker that comes to mind is the world’s richest man’s auto giant Tesla, or if you think about the Indian markets, the first company that strikes a chord is the domestic automaker Tata Motors.
If you look at numbers, the top two most/best selling electric vehicle four-wheelers’ positions in the Indian auto sector are both occupied by Tata Motors’ EVs, namely the Tata Nexon EV and Tata Tigor EV.
However, both of these EVs and the other ones ranging in the top 5-10 positions are all quite heavy on the bulk, and also they are the EV products of traditional auto giants like Tata Motors, Hyundai, BMW and Mahindra & Mahindra, among others.
However, finally a four-wheeler electric vehicle by an EV startup has been launched this week, that is not just India’s smallest EV launched but also the most affordable in the domestic market.
We are talking about the first electric launched by the startup PMV Electric, called the Eas-E electric city car.
Here are all the details about the newly launched four-wheeler EV.
PMV Electric’s Eas-E Electric City Car
The electric car was launched on November 16 and is the smallest in the segment in the country. The measurements of the vehicle spans over 2,915 mm in length, 1,157 mm in breadth and 1,600 mm in height.
The kerb weight of the EV will be nearly 550 kg.
The EV looks quite new-age and is equipped with circular LED headlamps, a front boot under the bonnet and provides more space in the back.
The EV is narrower than an auto and a shorter than a Maruti Alto 800.The micro electric car comes with three battery options and provides a range of up to 200 km on a single charge, while promising a range of at least 120 km.
The charging time is also not over 4 hours and the micro electric car can be charged by any outlet of 15 ampere.
This car has been launched at an introductory pricing of Rs 4.79 lakh. More details here.