Curtain lifted from the cheapest electric car, will run 295km on single charge

Festive season has started with Navratri in India, which is showing great happiness among people. In the markets deserted by the fear of Corona, it is now looking bright. Now automobile companies are also offering new offers to woo customers. Auto companies are now focusing on launching electric vehicles along with petrol-diesel vehicles.

The Renault Kwid is a popular entry-level car in India, whose electric version has been in the market for a long time. Currently, the company has introduced the electric avatar of the Kwid, which will be officially started pre-booking in 2021. Let me tell you, initially this electric car will be made available for sharing service. After which this car will go on sale to private customers.

– Know how many km the car will run in a single charge

The Kwid is currently introduced in the European market, which will include an electric motor and a 28.6kWh battery pack. Which produces 44bhp of power and 125Nm of torque. Talking about the driving range, this electric hatchback is capable of giving a range of 295km according to WLTP. The top speed of this car is 125kmph. Which will run at a top speed of 100kmph with just 31bhp power in ECO mode.

– FEATURES AND DIMENSIONS

As features, this electric car includes a 3.5-inch digital display, media navy multimedia, seven-inch with a 7-inch touchscreen, Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, DAB radio, voice control and Bluetooth connectivity. The total length, width and height of the Kwid electric car are 3734mm, 1770mm and 1516mm respectively. The kwid EV has a long wheelbase of 2423 mm and 150 mm ground clearance.

– Will be charged in just this hour

The Kwid’s electric Evatar can be fully charged in less than 14 hours via a 2.3kW home socket. At the same time, it can be fully charged in 8 hours 30 minutes via 3.7 kW wallbox charger and in just 5 hours through 7.4 kW wallbox charger. For information, small electric vehicles support AC (up to 6.6 kW) and DC (up to 30 kW) charging.

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