Pakistan’s first compact electric car, costing 2 to 3 Rupees per kilometer

The Rinco Aria, Pakistan’s first compact electric car appears to be a standard compact sedan. It has halogen headlights, 13-inch alloy rim tires, power steering, parking sensors, a rear camera, power windows, seatbelts, and central locking, just like any other car.

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A lithium iron phosphate battery is installed beneath the Rinco Aria. When fully charged, it travels 200 kilometers in economic or ‘eco mode,’ where it does not exceed 60 kilometers per hour, which is suitable for our city roads, and roughly 130 kilometers in sports mode.

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The lithium iron phosphate battery has a long life of about eight years. A replacement battery costs roughly $1,600 at the moment. However, when compared to a regular car’s monthly fuel prices, which can range from Rs. 3,500 to 40,000, including oil change and filter change charges of Rs. 5,000 to Rs. 7,000, this car only costs Rs. 2 or Rs. 3 per kilometer. This makes it the most efficient compact Electric car in Pakistan.

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There is no such thing as engine maintenance, and there are no gears either. This automobile, like all EVs, has an automated gearbox system. It’s possible that you will only need to change the air conditioner filter once a year.

Because of the 10% import charge of Rs. 455,000 imposed by the previous government, the vehicle currently costs Rs. 2,400,000.If the new government removes the import duties on electric cars, the car will cost only Rs. 1.9 million. The new will make it the best competitor to Suzuki Alto, the best-selling car in Pakistan. 

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Performance Index of Pakistan’s first electric car

  • Minimum Ground Clearance (mm): 133
  • Minimum Turning Diameter : 9.8 Maximim
  • Speed (km/h): 100 NEDC Range (km): 190
  • Economy Speed range (km): 210
  • Maximum Climbable Gradient: 25%

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