Nur-E 75 – Pakistan’s First Electric Hatchback Launched

The nation has been gifted with Pakistan’s first electric hatchback to celebrate the auspicious event of Pakistan’s 75th Independence Day. Called the Nur-E 75, the hatchback is currently in its prototype stage and will soon hit the production line.

pakistan's first electric hatchback

It is Pakistan’s first indigenous electric hatchback and it is brought to us by the DICE Foundation. DICE Foundation is a USA based non-profit organization that is run exclusively by Pakistani expatriates. They also had the help of local industry and the academia to make this effort possible.

Here is everything you need to know about the Nur-E 75, Pakistan’s first electric hatchback.

Nur-E 75 – Pakistan’s First Electric Hatchback

Explaining the name of the hatchback, it is revealed that the name of Pakistan’s first electric hatchback is Nur-E which is named after Noor. The company that has created the prototype of the hatchback is named JaXari which was named after Ismael Al-Jazari from the 12th century.

Specifications of Nur-E 75

While nothing is concrete yet, we still have some information about its basic specifications and highlighting features. JaXari has shared those today at the revealing event. Here is what we know about the specifications of the electric hatchback.

  • 5 Seater, 5 Door Hatchback
  • Peak Power: 107 hp (80 KW)
  • Peak Torque: 200 Nm
  • Range: 210 km+ with AC on (actual range still to be tested)
  • Battery size: 35 KwHr
  • Wheel/Tire Size – R16 205 / 55
  • Charging time
  • Slow charging – 7 to 8 Hours (from regular 220V outlet)
  • Fast charging – 2 Hours (from fast DC chargers, still to be tested)

Production of Nur-E 75

The Nur-E 75 is currently in its concept phase, so it is expected that there will be some changes before it reaches the production line. This is Pakistan’s first electric hatchback and this is practically the first initiative of its kind that was taken by our industry.

Regardless to say, the nation is very hopeful and excited about it. The DICE Foundation is currently looking into getting plenty of investment from both Pakistanis and expatriate Pakistanis to start the commercial production of the vehicle. It is expected that the output of the Nur-E 75’s production will probably take up to three years.

Rabia Tanveer
Rabia Tanveer
Rabia Tanveer is a graduate from Kinnaird College for Women and holds a Bachelors in English Literature. She is a seasoned freelance writer with more than a decade of experience in multiple niches.


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