The answer to the question ‘Which is the cheapest electric car in India’ often ends up at the Tata Tigor EV. However, if you are looking for a daily driver to run short errands, we might just have the perfect car, or rather a quadricycle, for you! Meet the cheapest Electric car in India – PMV EaSe. Read all about it below!
Cheapest Electric Car In India Price Starts At ₹4.5 Lakhs! – Bookings Started
The PMV EaSe (EaSe pronounced as ‘easy’), which is the cheapest EV in India, starts at 4.5 lakhs. The Mumbai-based startup PMV will target buyers looking for a car for short errands. Currently, one can issue a booking for 2000 rupees (refundable). However, this will not be sold through dealers as it will be sold via D2C mode (Direct to consumer) like the Ola S1 Pro, Speaking Of which here is OLA S1 And S1 Pro Electric Scooters, Variants Explained.
Details On the PMV EaSe – Cheapest EV in India
Front: The micro car is a 2-seater, perfect for short urban errands. It has a sharp but at the same time smooth, design language, almost perfectly suited for a micro Electric car. It features a slim LED DRL line on the front, on the top of the T-shaped grille.
Rear: Coming to the rear, it sports a blackened rear glass area. This is almost vertical, standing at 90 degrees. LED DRLs show a similar design to that of the front, as it runs vertically across the rear boot.
Side: When viewing the side profile, one can notice the small yet handsome design of the 13” alloy wheels. The PMV EaSe has a 4-door configuration, which has 1 seat at the front (drier seat) and one at the rear (passenger seat).
Fun Fact: The PMV Ease-E is based on MG’s E200 and Citroen’s AMI global micro-electric car platforms.
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2) Interior + Features
Although the PMV EaSe is the cheapest electric car in India, it is still adequately filled with features needed for running daily errands.
- Free standing touchscreen + Rear View Camera
- LCD digital instrument cluster
- Remote parking assist
- Cruise Control
- EaS-E Mode (Feet Free Driving In Traffic!) – It allows you to increase/decrease speed via steering-mounted controls.
- Regenerative Braking
- Steering Mounted Controls
- Remote Keyless Entry
- Boot Space In Front & Back!
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3) Technical Specifications
- Range: The PMV EaSe promises a range of up to 200 km (for the higher variants), 160 km (for mid variant) and 120 km (lower variant).
- Battery: Under the small hood of the micro EV, will be present a lithium-ion 15 kW motor, making 20 bhp.
- Charging: The EaSe can be charged in less than 4 hours using a regular home charger (220 Volts), depending upon temperature.
- Top Speed: 70 km/h
Moreover, on the safety part, the car will come with disc brakes in front and a drum assembly at the rear. Also, the car will measure, 1600mm in height, 2915mm in length, 1157mm in width and have a wheelbase of 2080mm. Rolling on the tarmac, the vehicle will support 145/80 R13 tyres, both in front and back. Being a micro vehicle, the car is expected to be light. PMV claims the weight to be around 575 kg.
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The cheapest electric car proves once again that it is quite apt for city driving, as it measures less than 3 meters!
|Wheel Base||2080 mm|
|Tire Size||145-80 R13 (13” wheels)|
|Kerb Weight||575 Kgs|
|Front Brake type / Rear Brake Type||Front Disc / Rear Drum|
The launch is supposed to happen in the second quarter of 2023. So if you’re looking to buy this, book one now! PMV is eying to produce 15k units for the first year!
5) PMV EaS-E Price
After its launch in July, we expect this vehicle to be the most affordable battery electric vehicle on sale in India. So, if you are interested in the vehicle, PMV is asking for Rs. 2000/- as the booking amount, with the amount being completely refundable.
The 2 Seater EaS-E is expected to be priced around Rs. 4 to Rs. 5 Lakh (ex-showroom) for the 160 Kms Range variant.
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