The brand-new electric SUV, which claims to have a range of 500 kilometres on a single charge, draws substantially from the Pravaig Extinction electric sedan concept showcased in July 2020.
Pravaig, an EV start-up based in Bengaluru, has announced that its most recent electric SUV will be revealed on November 25. The brand-new electric SUV, which claims to have a range of 500 kilometres on a single charge, draws substantially from the Pravaig Extinction electric sedan concept showcased in July 2020. The firm released a teaser image showing the electric SUV's back end, which connects thin LED taillamp strips that span the width of the vehicle. The silhouette has an appealing appearance thanks to its simple, sharp-edged form.
Although the teaser hides much of the electric SUV's design cues, you can still pick out the strong lines that flow from the wide front fender to the C-pillar. The door handles are flush, and the wheels are enormous blacked-out alloys. A hefty ORVM, front and rear windscreens with a sharp rake, and the charging port highlight the design from the side.
The elegant-looking electric SUV is given a refined touch by the LED-lit Pravaig lettering. The Pravaig Extinction electric sedan concept, which was revealed a few years ago and was still in its prototype form, seems significantly more powerful and advanced in terms of overall appearance.
In addition to the 500+ km range, the company also revealed that the electric SUV can charge from 0% to 80% through a fast charger in just 30 minutes. Moreover, it has a 200km/h top speed and can accelerate from 0 to 100km/h in just 4.3 seconds. A rollable tinted window with 12-inch mirrors and vanity lighting divides the back of the car. In terms of features, the electric SUV will comprise wireless charging, a touchscreen infotainment system, a digital instrument cluster, 220V sockets for device charging, and a built-in air purifier.