Fuel prices in Pakistan have hit an all-time high which is why the phenomenon of electric bikes in Pakistan is gaining popularity. We have good news if you are looking for electric bikes. A local startup firm “Evee Electric” has unveiled another electric scooter in Pakistan (Evee C1 Pro).
It is an updated version of the Evee C1. And guess what! It still costs less than the Honda 125 which is a surprise when we compare its price with the prices of electric bikes in Pakistan. You must be curious to know about the Evee C1 Pro price in Pakistan, specs, and features now. So, let’s see some of its important details here.
Evee C1 Pro – Made in Pakistan Electric Scooter Specs & Features
Evee C1 Pro is a modern electric scooter if we talk about its build and design. The design is a perfect blend of classic and modern styles. Although Evee C1 Pro is made in Pakistan, it comes with decent specs and features. Let’s see some of the highlighting ones here.
Performance & Battery
- Battery: Graphene
- Motor: 1200W
- Max Speed: 50 km/h
- Range: 95 km
Its range and top speed seem to be a little lower compared to local electric bikes like Jolta, Jaguar, etc. But they are decent at the price point it is available. Stay tuned to see other specs and features (when officially available).
Evee C1 Pro Price in Pakistan
Curious to know the Evee C1 Pro electric scooter price in Pakistan? The company has announced it at just Rs.215,000 (introductory price). Reservations start on 10th-April-2023.
Electric bikes and scooters seem the future of Pakistan. Several local companies are already manufacturing these electric vehicles here. Now, we have a made in Pakistan Electric scooter which costs around 2.15 lakhs. For your reference, Honda 125 SE now costs over 2.23 lacs. The specs and features of this scooter (Evee C1 Pro) seem to be promising at this price point. But we cannot say anything about its success given the current economic situation.
Do you think these vehicles which are being launched in this economic crisis can become a success story? Share your opinion with us in the comment section below.
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