All You Need to Know About Pakistan’s Cheapest New Electric Car
Pakistanis have shown their appreciation for cheap electric vehicles (EVs) such as Wuling Honguang Mini EV and Changan Lumin Corn, despite their unavailability in the country.
This is an indication that Pakistan could possibly be a promising market for good-quality mini EVs. Realizing that, Nayyar Private Limited has decided to launch a budget EV in Pakistan called Rinco Aria
Rinco Aria is a subcompact all-electric hatchback that has no direct competitors in Pakistan. However, in terms of dimensions, it competes with Suzuki Alto, United Bravo, and Prince Pearl.
This unique-looking EV has garnered a lot of interest due to its value proposition. Here’s what Rincon Aria offers:
It has a single electric motor that produces 19 horsepower (hp) and 75 Newton-meters (Nm) of torque. The motor is mounted in the rear and powers the rear wheels only.
It has a 17 kWh battery pack which — as per the company’s claims — allows for a maximum range of 200 kilometers. It has two drive modes — eco and sport. In eco mode, the car can reach a top speed of 60 km/h, while in sport mode, it reaches a max speed of up to 100 km/h