In the current scenario, India is heading towards electric transportation system. Major passenger car makers are already in a row to launch their electric cars in India. Companies like Mahindra and Kia electric cars are running successfully on the Indian roads. Joining the list, the Banglore based startup, Laureti Automotive has unveiled the premier model of its brand Laureti DionX, a full-size Electric-SUV (E-SUV) in India.
According to the company, the car features British design, luxurious interiors and futuristic advancement of technology with timeless coveted looks. The company also claims that the Laureti DionX is capable of reaching 540 km range on a single charge and it touches 0-60kmph in just 5.4 seconds. Its electric motor is powered by a 100 kWh battery.
The other features of the car include electrically adjustable headrest and bolster with massage functions for passengers which will make the long journeys short fun drive. It also gives real-time vehicle status including location, dashboard data, performance, maintenance notifications, security status and instant incident alarms, no matter where you are in the world, it's a touch away to access your DionX.
Emmanuel Laurent, Managing Director of Laureti, said: "Using a combination of specific battery technology and power systems gave us the key breakthrough results to bring forth DionX. This enables Laureti to produce highly efficient long range EVs (Electric Vehicles) that come with battery life guarantee up to 1,00,000 km."
The company has already scheduled to demonstrate the performance of DionX on the Laureti Endurance Trip in August 2019. The trip involves a challenge to make the journey of 6,000 km in less than 12 charge cycles. The starting point of the journey is set from Leh, Kashmir to Kanyakumari, Tamil Nadu covering 7 major cities in between which are Delhi, Ahmedabad, Pune, Mumbai, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Chennai.
Laureti has executed several joint ventures that secured necessary technology, funding and infrastructure to deploy 1,00,000 charging points across all major cities in India. With robust charging infrastructure and highly efficient EVs, Laureti is believed to be a game-changer to enable mass adoption to electric mobility in India.