PMV Electric’s Eas-E Is A Cutesy City EV With A Personality

  • Nov 14, 2022
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It will sit in the same classification as the Bajaj Qute as an electric quadricycle

Update: The PMV Eas-E has been launched in India. 

  • Eas-E is an electric city car built by India-based startup PMV Electric. 

  • It will offer a claimed 160km range and a top speed of 70kmph. 

  • To get regenerative braking, front disc brakes, cruise control, AC and keyless entry. 

  • Likely to be priced lower than entry-level electric cars such as the Tata Tiago EV. 

  • Pre-order now available for a token amount of Rs 2,000. 

A new India-based startup called PMV Electric has come up with a novel city EV for urban use. Called the Eas-E, the cutesy electric car will be sold as a quadricycle, similar to the Bajaj Qute, and is set to debut on November 16. 

The EV is available to order for a token amount of Rs 2,000 online, and here’s what it offers:

Exterior and interior aesthetics

At least in the renders, the Eas-E looks sporty and cool with its full-width LED running lights, round LED headlights and car-like front grille. It has a downward sloping shoulder line and the wheels are pushed to all four corners for a squat stance. 

None of these design cues can hide the fact that the Eas-E is a compact, narrow EV that’s much smaller than regular cars. At just over 2.9 metres long, it’s significantly shorter than even the Alto 800 (which is 3.44 metres long), although it’s a bit longer than the Bajaj Qute. However, the Eas-E isn’t as wide as the Qute or even an autorickshaw, which makes it a two-seater. 

Feature-packed EV 

It may not be as large as a regular car, but the Eas-E does claim to offer similar features, such as AC, cruise control, auto-folding outer rearview mirrors, keyless entry, steering mounted controls, digital instrument cluster, Bluetooth connectivity and LED power windows. 

Being a quadricycle, the Eas-E doesn’t need to comply with the same safety regulations as cars, so it doesn’t have any airbags or, going by the thin pillars, crumple zones. However, it does offer the convenience of a reverse parking camera alongside front disc brakes – a feature the Qute misses out on. 

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Moreover, it’s equipped with connected car tech with features such as remote unlocking/locking, windows, AC, lights and horn operation. 

PMV EV powertrain and specs 

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The carmaker hasn’t revealed the specs yet, but we do know that the Eas-E will be powered by a front-mounted e-motor. It’ll offer a range of up to 160km, taking under four hours to juice up from a household outlet – no fancy wallbox needed.  

We expect it to be priced lower than conventional compact EVs, such as the Tata Tiago EV, likely starting at around Rs 4 lakh to Rs 5 lakh (ex-showroom). The Eas-E EV will likely be aimed at fleet buyers for last-mile, zero-emissions connectivity. For private buyers, it’ll offer an inexpensive but still car-like alternative to electric cars.

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