BYD India has brought 2 new products in the Indian Market. The company is a subsidiary of BYD Group, the world’s largest electric vehicle (EV) maker. It is one of China’s largest privately-owned enterprises. They make a lot of industrial vehicles like electric buses, electric trucks, electric forklifts, chargers, rail transit and also make mobile components and solar panels. It is focused towards Zero Emissions Energy Ecosystem.
They have introduced two new pure EVs – T3 pure electric passenger MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) and T3 pure electric commercial logistics minivan. This is the same company who has provided with a completely electric bus to India. They are also the first OEM in the country to export e-buses to overseas markets from India. Our pure electric buses have cemented their position as a market leader in the Indian e-bus segment
The T3 MPV and T3 minivan need only one and a half hour to charge fully using a DC charger. They also support AC chargers. They have a range of 300 km on a full charge. The battery technology is developed in house. The vehicle features like keyless entry, push-button start, and BlueTooth connectivity. The centre console also hosts a reverse parking camera and sensors. The car is equipped with an automatic transmission. This has been provided to gain the same torque advantage.
These vehicles have been provided with Safety features like ABS, EBD and Brake Override System. The car also features an electronic parking brake with hill hold. The vehicle gets regenerative braking and also has CAN (Controler Area Network) bus communication system.
With local partners, the Indian branch has successfully piloted pure e-buses in Bangalore, Rajkot, New Delhi, Hyderabad, Goa, Cochin, Chandigarh, Vijayawada, Manali, Mumbai, Surat, and other cities. Seeing the huge potential of India’s EV market, BYD is responding to the Indian government’s call to promote the local market and make India a Global hub for EVs, and so today we are proud to announce that BYD is moving toward its next step in India.
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