This Upcoming EV Can Go 540 Km For One Charge, Surpassing Tesla Model X

Parvati Divakar - Jan 09, 2019

This Upcoming EV Can Go 540 Km For One Charge, Surpassing Tesla Model X

Recently, Laureti has introduced its all-new electric SUV named DionX in the India market.

Despite the inherent trade-offs of these vehicles, electric cars will still be an efficient and sustainable future for the world as long as large-scale renewable energy and fuel cell powerplant remain are still here. It is an undeniable fact that electric vehicles are developing more and more strongly, offering great performance specifications at a significantly cheaper price.

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Recently, the London-based company named  Laureti Automotive Corporation announced its all-electric SUV lined up at attractive prices. Reportedly, this EVs is expected to be launched in 2021 in the Indian market with two trims. Notably, according to CEO of Laureti Automotive Corporation, Marcus Paleti, DionX will be retailed with cost hovering in the range of Rs 40,000.

Additionally, the Laurenti DionX E-SUV will be manufactured and assembled locally in Puducherry. The CEO further stated:


While others current EVs like Jaguar I-Pace and Tesla Model X cover only around 470 kilometers and 475 kilometers on a single charge respectively, the Laurenti DionX E-SUV reportedly will claim an impressive range of 540 kilometers. Moreover, to demonstrate the claimed range of this all-electric SUV in the country, the company will attempt to go from Leh (Jammu & Kashmir) to Chennai (Tamil Nadu) with less than 12 charge cycles.

In addition, the performances would be able to do 0-100 kmph in 5.4 seconds. Furthermore, DionX also has an artificial intelligence system of its own, that allows the owner to use features such as dashboard data, instant incident alarms, performance, location, security status, and maintenance notifications.

Reportedly, Laureti Automotive Corporation also plans to have 100,000 charging points all over India soon. The company said:


According to PTI, this facility will be operational by the third quarter of 2021.


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