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Dewan Motors launches small EV Honri Ve with 200km range

by Haroon Amin
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With the introduction of the Honri Ve, Dewan Motors has in fact made a bold move into the electric car market. An impressive accomplishment for Pakistan’s growing electric vehicle (EV) industry, this new car can travel 200 kilometres on a single charge.

Utilising a Permanent Synchronous Motor and a Ternary Lithium Battery, the Honri Ve can produce up to 40 horsepower and 84 Nm of torque. With seven hours to fully charge, it can reach a top speed of 100 km/h.

The vehicle has a number of features, including:

  • Knob-Type Transmission
    *ECO & Sports driving modes
  • Regenerative Braking
  • Dimensions: 3517mm x 1495mm x 1660mm
  • Wheelbase: 2495mm
  • Ground Clearance: 130mm
    *155/65/R15 with Alloy Wheels
  • Halogen Headlamps with Height Adjustment
  • Dual-tone Side-View Mirrors with Integrated Turn Signals
  • LED Daytime Running Lamps
  • LED Daytime Running Lamps
  • 10.25″ Infotainment System
  • 5″ Instrument Cluster
  • Rear-View Camera
  • ABS + EBD
  • Tyre Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS)
  • Rear Parking Sensors
    *1 Airbag (Driver Side)
  • ISOFIX Child Seat Anchor
  • Automatic Unlock post-collision
  • Power Windows (Front+Rear)
  • Electric Power Steering
  • 4-Way Adjustable Front Seats

Pakistan’s transition to sustainable transportation has advanced significantly with the introduction of the Honri Ve by Dewan Motors in association with Eco-Green Motors Limited.

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Pakistan is making great efforts to expand its infrastructure for charging electric vehicles (EVs).

  • Initiatives for Expansion

A large-scale project to increase Pakistan’s EV infrastructure has been started by Hashoo Group and Dewan Motors Private Limited.

  • Policy Revision:

Concerns over range anxiety and the requirement for a strong charging network have prompted calls for an extension of the EV policy. In an effort to allay worries about range, Chinese automakers are also introducing cars with 800 km of range.

  • National Policy for Electric Vehicles:

The National Electric Vehicle Policy of Pakistan seeks to encourage the use of EVs by establishing challenging goals and offering financial aid. Installing DC fast-charging stations at least every 10 square kilometres in major cities and every 15 to 30 kilometres on all motorways is part of the policy.

  • Development of Charging Stations:

Up to 85 places along motorways have been selected for the construction of DC-fast charging infrastructure.

These initiatives, which address the infrastructure requirements to enable EVs like the Honri Ve and others approaching the market, show a strong commitment to assisting Pakistan’s transition to electric mobility.

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