Did you come across a video where a famous Indian YouTuber named Mr. Indian Hacker reviewed a Made-in-India electric vehicle made by a Jaipur-based EV manufacturer Pravaig? Yes, the same brand has now launched its first electric SUV, The Pravaig Defy
The all-new Pravaig Defy has been priced at ₹39.5 lakh (Ex-showroom). With its launch, it will lock horns with the MG ZS EV, BYD Atto 3, and the Hyundai Kona. The booking price for this compact EV is set at ₹50,000. The deliveries are also set to begin in early April 2023.
- It makes use of a 90.9kWh 5-module Li-ion battery with 5,000 Hardcase shells.
- Its dual-motor setup generates 407hp and 620Nm of peak torque.
- On a single charge, its motor offers a range of 500+ kms which compared to its rival, is the highest range offered by any electrified compact SUV available in India.
- Another major benefit of buying the Parvaig Defy is that the brand offers a 1 year of complimentary service. Which can be extended by shedding some Dangs!
Features- Interior & Exterior
- The crossover-like electric compact SUV takes its styling cues from the Range Rover.
- The feature list on the inside includes a 15.6-inch touchscreen display, a 3D sound system from Devialet, a wireless charger, LED headlamps, a 360-degree camera set-up, and a 77GHz solid state radar.
- The additional features list consists of separate climate control for the front and rear passenger, 5G connectivity, a 240V outlet, a wireless charger, and two individual 15.6-inch screens.
- Although there are some features that come as standard including mood lighting, TPMS, and 6 airbags.
- Moreover, the interior is made of sustainable fabrics, while the seats and the upholstery are made out of vegan leather.
- Stepping outside, the dynamic design of the Defy takes its design cues from the Extinction MK1.
- It gets 18-inch alloy wheels with 255/65R18 tyres with aero covers as an accessory.
- There also runs a smooth character line from the sides which merges with the tailgate and the horizontal LED taillamps.
- Although, it will be fun to see whether this Made-in-Inda electric SUV will have some impact on the still CNG-loving audience of India or not.
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