India's cheapest electric vehicle unveil

New Delhi: The Tata Tiago EV, the nation's least expensive electric vehicle, was just released by TATA Motors. which has a starting price of Rs. 8.49 lakh. On the other hand, a different electric vehicle with a price tag of half that will debut on Wednesday. 

A newcomer from Mumbai named PMV Electric (PMV Electric) is about to enter the market for entry-level electric vehicles. On November 16, the company will introduce the EaS-E (EAS-E), a micro-electric vehicle.

A brand-new market segment, the Micro Electric Car, will be developed by the Personal Mobility Vehicle (PMV) company. The car will be relatively small in size.

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The price of which begins at Rs. 4 lakhs, according to the report. Even though there will only be one seat in the front and one seat in the back, there are still 4 doors provided.

There are available circular headlamps with LED DRL for the front. The car will be equipped with 13-inch wheels. These have been assigned the same identifier, terms of reference, exclusive infotainment system, USB e-mail port, and features like cruise control. 

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Features like a rider mounted controller, digital sticker, post keyless entry, power windows, and a rearview camera are also offered in the vehicle for the convenience of the passengers.

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The car is being offered in three different guises with a range of 120 km, 160 km and 200 km. The company claims that this vehicle can be fully charged in less than 4 hours through a 3 kW AC charger. Its top speed is reportedly going to be 70 kmph.

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