Electric automobiles are the future of transportation However, their price and lack of availability within Pakistan has prevented them from becoming a mainstream. This is about to change with the launch of Pakistan’s first electric car , called Nur-E 75.

The concept was developed through DICE foundation DICE foundation, a U.S.-based NGO that is run by Pakistanis The electric hatchback hopes to enter an industry dominated by low-cost vehicles like Suzuki Alto. Nur-E’s concept was unveiled on August 14th at the Beach Luxury Hotel, Karachi at around 4 at 4 pm.

Nur-E is expected to be offered through a company known as Jaxari named after the name of the company was inspired from the Muslim science researcher Ismail-al-Jazari.


This is the electric car at its best. images from PakWheels.

The design is influenced by Honda E and N-One, with the front design looking like the two hatchbacks. It has the car a retro but modern style with round headlights as well as an angular front. In contrast to the front the rear appears basic and boring, and the car appeared as if it was not assembled correctly because certain parts appeared to be oddly aligned.

Moving to the interior the dashboard is the clean appearance, but appears aged as if it was taken from a 2007-era vehicle. Air vents in white do not appear to be adjustable, and the black plastics on the sides of the doors as well as the dashboard appear low-quality. But, it’s an early prototype and it’s possible that DICE improves the interior and improves the rear Nur-E 75 appears to be an exciting electric car for Pakistan.

Power and Range

In terms of the powertrain, the hatchback is expected to be powered by a 107HP/200Nm electric motor with an top speed of 127 km/hr. It will have the 35 KWhr battery, that the company claims will provide up to 200 km of range when the AC is running. Remember that the range could depend on the speed you drive at and whether you’re using the AC or not.

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It will charge in about 7 to 8 hours using a standard charger, and about 2 hours with an advanced DC charger.

Price and availability

As per the Dr. Khurshid Qureshi, founder and chairperson of the DICE foundation Nur-E 75 is competing with similar products like Nissan Leaf and Honda e which cost $35,000-$45,000 globally but it is priced less than the equivalent in Pakistan.

A different employee was being asked estimates for pricing the official replied that it would not be offered at a price lower than 2 million rupees. 2 million. Based on these remarks that it is possible to price it between the range of Rs. 3-4 million, but you should take this with a an eye on the ball because pricing isn’t yet confirmed.

Dr. Khurshid adds that commercial production is expected to begin around Q4 2024. It will have around 60% of its components manufactured locally. The number of parts that are localized will grow up to 80% over the years to come as per Chairman of the foundation.

We’ll keep you informed of any developments regarding electric cars , and Nur-E, in particular.


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