The all-electric Pravaig car will be launched sometime next year and will be available on lease for commercial fleet operators. The annual production of the two-door coupe-style electric car with four seats will be limited to 2,500 units.
Pravaig claims that the car will deliver 504 km of range on one full charge with a 0-80 percent charging capability in 30 minutes.
The claimed range surpasses that of several top electric cars on sale in India today. For example, a Hyundai Kona claims 452 km per full charge, MG ZS EV claims 340 km, and the newly-launched Mercedes-Benz EQC claims 350 km.
The power output is slated to be about 202 hp and 2,400 Nm of torque with a top speed of 196 km/h and a 0-100 sprint time of 5.4 seconds.
What sounds like a tall claim on paper could make this car a winner if it delivers in real life. The electric vehicle will first be launched in Delhi and Bengaluru before the company expands to other metropolitan cities eventually.
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