PMV Eas-E EV launched in India; price, specifications, design, interior

Pre-orders for the Eas-E have begun for Rs 2,000 and PMV aims to start deliveries from mid-2023.

Mumbai-based PMV Electric has launched its flagship microcar, the Eas-E, at a starting price of Rs 4.79 lakh (ex-showroom). This makes the new EV microcar the cheapest electric car in the personal mobility vehicle segment in India. 

  1. PMV Eas-E is available in three range options – 120, 160, 200km
  2. The quadricycle only has seating for two adults
  3. Eas-E’s e-motor produces 13hp, 50Nm

Pre-orders for the Eas-E have already begun for Rs 2,000 and PMV states that it has already received more than 6,000 pre-orders from India and international markets. The Eas-E will be manufactured at the firm’s Pune plant and PMV aims to start deliveries by mid-2023. It is also offered with a 3-year/ 50,000km warranty. 

PMV Eas-E EV: what is it? 

The microcar is essentially a four-wheel quadricycle with seating for two adults, with the passenger sitting behind the driver. Despite this, the PMV Eas-E has four doors, giving the two occupants option to enter from both sides. 

PMV Eas-E EV: technical specifications

While PMV hasn’t mentioned the battery capacity in the Eas-E, it did mention that the microcar comes with an advanced 48V lithium iron phosphate battery. PMV claims the Eas-E can be charged using a 15A socket in less than four hours using the onboard charger. The microcar can be had in the range options – 120, 160 and 200km (claimed). PMV claims the cost of running the Eas-E will be less than 75 paise per km. 

The IP67-rated permanent magnet synchronous motor produces 13hp and 50Nm of torque, sending power to the front wheels. The Eas-E is said to sprint from 0-40kph in under 5sec and can reach a top speed of 70kph.

The Eas-E is 2915mm long, 1157mm wide and 1600mm tall with a wheelbase of 2080mm and ground clearance of 170mm. To put things in perspective, Eas-E is one of the smallest vehicles on sale in India as the other quadricycle offered here is the Bajaj Qute and it measures 2752mm in length, 1312mm in width and 1652mm in height with a wheelbase of 1925mm. Another small car that was offered in India – Tata Nano – is 3099mm long, 1495mm wide and 1652mm tall with a wheelbase of 2230mm and a ground clearance of 180mm.

PMV Eas-E EV: design

Up front, the Eas-E sports a blanked-off grille design that also incorporates LED daytime running lamps. It has two round headlamps and a single windscreen wiper. In profile, the microcar is short and stumpy with its window line swooping upwards at the C-pillar. The PMV microcar also gets a thin LED lightbar for its tail-lights along with two circular auxiliary lamps in the rear bumper. The microcar is available in single- and dual-tone colour options. 

PMV Eas-E EV: interior, features

Being a microcar, the Eas-E has a thin dashboard with the steering wheel mounted in the centre, and the handbrake placed on the left of the manually-adjustable driver’s seat. Most of the switchgear on the dashboard and the steering wheel seem to be lifted off Honda’s parts bin. The Eas-E also has an LCD digital instrument cluster and an infotainment display with onboard navigation and smartphone connectivity. 

The PMV Eas-E also comes with multiple driving modes, feet-free driving, regenerative braking, single-pedal driving, remote parking assist, cruise control, follow-me-home lights along with remote connectivity and diagnostics. PMV also states that the Eas-E will be offered with 4G connectivity and will get over-the-air (OTA) updates. 

PMV Eas-E EV: rivals

As PMV is marketing the Eas-E as an electric quadricycle, it has is no direct rival as of now. The upcoming MG Air EV could be considered a distant rival but it will be priced higher than the Eas-E. Even the Tiago EV can also be considered a distant rival but it, again, is more expensive than PMV’s microcar. 

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