The news about Pakistan’s first electric commercial vehicle (ECV) spread like wildfire. Sitara and Tesla-Industries (not Elon Musk’s Tesla) have collaborated to bring two vehicles from China in this regard. The first one is the Tourer 250 (11-seater) and the second, a 2-seater loader. If you are wondering about the Tourer 250 price in Pakistan specs, and features, we have everything for you.
Tourer 250 (MPV) is basically DFSK’s EC 35 (China). You must be wondering what is the connection between the DFSK and the companies stated above. A representative of GUGU Motors (Tesla-Industries) told us they have partnered with the DFSK for its electric vehicles in Pakistan. It means we might see more DFSK electric vehicles in future.
Now, let’s see some important details about this electric van in Pakistan.
Tourer 250 Price in Pakistan
This commercial electric vehicle (ECV) is priced at Rs.8,000,000. Being the first ECV, let us see how the local market reacts to it.
Features of Tourer 250
The following are some highlighting features of Pakistan’s first electric van.
- 2-Hour superfast charging technology
- Anti Lock Braking System (ABS)
- Rear View Camera
- Central Control Screen
- Power Window
- Twin AC
- Fire Retardant Roof
- 11 Point Seatbelts
- LED Headlights
- Android Infotainment System
- Dual Sliding Doors
- CATL Battery
Tourer 250 Specifications
Here are important specifications of Tourer 250.
|L X W X H (mm): 4500 X 1680 X 1985||Wheel Base (mm): 3050|
|Curb Weight: 1690 kg||Max Power: 60 KW|
|Max Torque: 200 Nm||Battery: CATL Lithium Iron Phosphate (42 Kwh)|
|Tire: 185/70 R14||Charging: (Fast: 1.3-2 Hrs), (Slow: 7-8 Hrs)|
Tourer 250’s Mileage
The efficiency of Tourer 250 is the most important question for many. As per the official announcement, this ECV can cover about 225 KM (NEDC) with a single charge at the speed of 80 Km/h with AC. At the speed of 50 Km/h and without AC, it can cover around 250 KM (NEDC).
Scope in Pakistan
Well, electric vehicles are quite important for a sustainable future. It is a great initiative to bring these electric commercial vehicles (ECVs) to Pakistan. Looking at the specs and features, its future seems bright. However, its price might become an issue for some as people might be reluctant to buy a commercial 11 seater for over 5 million Rupees. Let’s see how it performs in the local market.
What is your opinion on Tourer 250 success chances in Pakistan? Tell us in the comment section.
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