Reaching a significant milestone in the auto business, At a ceremony in the port city, Pakistan unveiled its first domestically made electric automobile on the historic occasion of the country’s Diamond Jubilee.
The NUR-E 75 prototype car was created by the combined efforts of the Dice Foundation, academic institutions, and industry. However, it is anticipated that it will officially launch for the public in the latter half of 2024.
When it comes to academic contributions, the NED University of Engineering and Technology is responsible for producing the battery pack that includes cutting-edge features.
While the National College of Arts is responsible for the new card’s design (NCA).
Additionally, The Sir Syed University of Engineering has created the chargers for these vehicles, and further work is being done to create quicker chargers that would shorten the time needed for charging.
However, it takes 8 hours for it to fully charge before it can travel 210 kilometres at a speed of 120 kmph.
The chairman of the Dice Foundation, Dr. Khurshid Qureshi, described the “Made in Pakistan” car as a victory for Pakistan’s economic stability.