Mumbai based PMV electric startup launched India’s first two seater micro EAS-E electric car at an affordable price.
The company launched their EAS-E electric car to promote sustainable and eco friendly mobility in the country.
The company made this electric car to see India’s middle class people that gives you a comfortable two seater electric car solution. Here you will get all the information about this micro and affordable electric car for the Indian market.
What is a PMV electric car ?
The EAS-E ev is a quadricycle micro car that offers you a comfortable 2 passengers capacity. It has an overall size of 36 sq ft. As per company, it will be very helpful in high traffic and congested areas like urban cities.
|price||Rs 4.79 lakh(ex-showroom)|
|Top Speed||70 km/h|
|Battery||lithium-ion Phosphate battery|
|Charging Time||3 to 4 hours (with standard charger)|
|seating capacity||only two|
PMV Electric Car: Design
PMV EAS-E is a quadricycle micro electric car. It has four doors.
At the front, it has two circle shaped headlamps. It has a big closed grill with a PMV logo. It gives you a single windscreen wiper. Its front window is upwards. It has two small circle shaped tail led lamps. On the rear, there is a lock and unlock window glass.
This micro car is available in eleven colors-Passionate Red, Peppy Orange, Funky Yellow, Royal Beige, Deep Green, Sparkle Silver, Brilliant White, Majestic Blue, Vintage Brown, Rustic Charcoal, Pure Black
PMV Electric Car: Specifications
In terms of specifications, the PMV electric car comes with a mid power range PMSM motor that produces 10 kW power and 50 Nm torque. Its top speed is 70 kmph.
PMV electric’s new micro EAS-E car comes with three different battery pack options that gives 3 different ranges- 120 Km, 160 Km and 200 Km respectively.
The EV provides a standard charging option which takes about 3 to 4 hours for all three variants.
The company claims that its running cost is very low, less than 75 paise per km.
The new EV is powered by a powerful IP67 rated 48V lithium-ion phosphate cell chemistry battery that gives medium to long range. This battery is an integrated
structure and located on the floor between rear and front wheels.
EAS-E electric car 2,915 mm long and 1,600mm height. Its wheelbase is 2,080mm and 170 mm ground clearance.
The PMV electric car offers a monocoque chassis that has been built out of high strength sheet metal construction. Similar to bigger cars unlike the tubular chassis used in the small micro cars in international markets.
PMV Electric Car: Interior
The EAS-E has a quite interesting design in the interior. At the front, there is a circle-shaped steering wheel mountain in the center. Both sides of a whole have two buttons, one is the controller of the steering wheel itself and another is cruise control for moving back and front.
It has an on and off button instead of a gear box. It has no pedals.
At the front, it has an information screen where you can see speed, GPS , battery charger etc and on the left side it has a tablet type infotainment screen which is based on Android 4G for entertainment.
It is also an AC car and only two seats are available. Back seat is a little big. Air back and seat belts are only available on driving seats.
And on the driver side door, there are locks and unlock buttons.
PMV Electric Car:Price
At the launch event, PMV electric announced that this is India’s cheapest micro electric car EAS-E which will be available at Rs 4.79 lakh that is available only for the first 10,000 customers of the best variant.
For the higher range PMV electric car, you have to pay Rs 6.79 lakh and Rs 7.79 lakh respectively.
The company claims that they already got 6000 pre-orders for the EAS-E worldwide.
PMV Electric Car: Launch Date, Booking
For pre booking, you have to pay only Rs 2000 . It is fully refundable and payable directly in your bank account . Booking and launch date will be available on their official website.
Its delivery may start next year.
PMV Electric Car: Rival
PMV EAS-E is a micro quadricycle electric car. Right now it has no rival in India. Only Bajaj Qute, which is an internal combustion engine powered quadricycle.
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