- Priced at Rs 4.79 lakh (ex-showroom)
- Available in three range options: 120, 160 and 200 km
PMV Electric, a Mumbai-based startup, today unveiled its first compact electric vehicle, Eas-E, in the Indian market. Eas-E will be part of a new segment called PMV (Personal Mobility Vehicle). It is currently the most affordable electric vehicle in India, with a launch price of Rs 4.79 lakh (ex-showroom).
The brand has started accepting applications, with a booking fee of Rs 2,000. It should be noted that the introductory price is limited to the first 10,000 reservations. The startup also claims to have received more than 6000 pre-orders from both the Indian and international markets.
The Eas-E is equipped with a 48V battery pack and an electric motor that produces 50 Nm of torque. It is available in three options: 120, 160 and 200 km with a full charge. Top speed is limited to 70 km/h, with acceleration from 0 to 40 km/h in less than 5 seconds. Then a 15-amp charger can charge the electric vehicle in less than four hours. The Eas-E is 2,915 mm long and weighs about 550 kg, and can accommodate two passengers, including the driver.
Visually, the front is dominated by a wide-span LED lighting strip and a circular LED headlight housing. On the back we can also see an LED-based light configuration. The long list of features includes 4G connectivity, multiple driving modes, LCD instrument cluster, infotainment screen, remote parking assistant, cruise control, air conditioning, power windows, keyless entry, Bluetooth connectivity, onboard navigation, rear camera, Front disc brakes, driver airbag, passenger seat belts, and more.
Speaking on the occasion, Founder and CEO Kalpit Patel said: “The team and I have been very fortunate to be given this opportunity and work on a product that has not only pushed our creative and innovative boundaries to raise the bar, but also paved the way for the creation of a new category in the Indian automotive industry called Personal Mobility. Vehicle (PMV), along with the SUV, Sedan and hatchback categories. We look forward to hitting the production ASAP.”