While the Indian market is seeing a surge in expensive and luxurious electric cars, there’s a new player in town bringing affordability and durability to the forefront. Mumbai-based startup PMV is making waves with its introduction of the Eaze-E, touted as India’s cheapest electric car. Remarkably compact, it is even smaller than the Tata Nano.
💰 PMV Eaze-E: Pricing and Accessibility 💵
PMV’s Eaze-E electric car enters the market with a starting price of just ₹4.79 lakhs (ex-showroom). This 2-seater car offers a unique seating arrangement with one passenger in front and another at the back, making it an economical and practical choice for urban commuters.
🔌 Battery, Range, and Charging of PMV Eaze-E 🔋
The Eaze-E is equipped with a 48V battery (IP67-rated), powering an electric motor that generates 13.6PS power and 50Nm torque. It offers three driving ranges: 120 km, 160 km, and 200 km, with a full charging time of just 3-4 hours.
🌈 Features of PMV Eaze-E 🌈
This car comes loaded with features including LED headlights (with LED DRL strips), an LED screen for instrumentation, steering-mounted controls, a Bluetooth-enabled audio system, remote park assist, and cruise control. Additionally, it offers power windows, keyless entry, and various remote functions like lock/unlock, AC control, and light and horn options.
🛡️ Safety Features and Unmatched Competition in PMV Eaze-E 🛡️
For passenger safety, the Eaze-E is equipped with a driver airbag, seatbelts for both passengers, a rear camera, and front disc brakes. Currently, there is no direct competitor to PMV Eaze-E in the Indian market. It stands as a much more affordable option compared to the MG Air EV