Gensol Releases Sneak Peek Of Its Maiden 200Km Range Electric Car

Highlights :

  • Gensol earlier had announced setting up its EV manufacturing facility at Chakan in Pune.
  • The plant is likely to have a capacity of producing 30,000 units per year.
Gensol Releases Sneak Peek Of Its Maiden 200Km Range Electric Car Gensol fixed its maximum speed at 80kmph.

Indian Renewable Energy Company Gensol Engineering, which had announced coming up with its first electric vehicle in 2024, released a sneak peek of its maiden electric car today. Gensol’s founder, Anmol Singh Jaggi, announced today the release of the first animated teaser of its upcoming EV.

“Proud to share the first look of Made in India and ready for universal adoption – an intelligent, electric urban car by Gensol Group. Stay tuned for March 2024,” he said on a social media post today.   

The video teaser, issued by Gensol EV, said that the upcoming Gensol EV will have a range of 200 km and a top speed of 80 km/hour. The teaser flaunts the shiny design, innovative wheel frame, front and rear lights, charging port (on the left), and a mirrored roof. The firm termed the design ‘unconventional’. Gensol is, however, yet to reveal the car’s final look. Per the founder’s statement, the final look and details will likely be unveiled in March 2024. 

Gensol Group earlier had set up a manufacturing plant in Pune. It also had plans for another plant at Sanand. The firm also submitted its plan for approval for its first unit to the Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI). 

Gensol had said that its manufacturing facilities at Pune were almost ready and it was waiting for the ARAI’s approval. The company had talked about the construction of a manufacturing facility at Chakan, on the outskirts of Pune, with a total manufacturing capacity of 30,000 units annually. 

Gensol Engineering’s other vertical–BluSmart, India’s electric-only ride services, has expanded its presence in selected Indian cities. Gensol Group recently also bagged orders from the Odisha government to provide 300 electric vehicles on lease for five years after the state issued tenders seeking e-vehicles for government use. 

In his earlier interviews, Jaggi claimed that its EV manufacturing would get a major fillip around September 2024. The firm is also optimistic about EV sales during FY24, during the initial phases. Gensol Engineering is a part of Gensol Group, which works as the EPC player for solar projects in India.

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