Pravaig Dynamics Unveils Its Electric SUV ‘Defy’ In India

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Pravaig Dynamics, the EV company within the passenger vehicle sector, has launched its debutante product, “Defy”, at Rs 39.5 lakh, ex-showroom in India. The SUV will be available for booking starting at Rs 51,000, with deliveries scheduled for Q2CY23.

The SUV supports a custom-designed skateboard platform, while the body panels are made from aerospace-grade fiber materials. The 90 kWh lithium-ion battery packs to power the SUV, while the dual motors produce a power output of 407hp and 620Nm respectively.

According to the company, the SUV has a 500-kilometer real-life driving range. The Defy is based on the “Brutal Style” design language and features sharp cuts as well as an LED light bar that runs across its width at the front and rear. It comes standard with 18-inch alloy wheels on the sides.

The interior is made from recycled plastics and nylon. There are four vegan leather seats. A 15.6-inch touchscreen with custom UI and 5G connectivity, along with a 10-inch instrument cluster, 3D Devialet audio system, a 240V outlet with a wireless charger, and two 15.6-inch screens to be used by the rear passengers, are also included.

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According to the company, the infotainment system will have its own app store that will allow users to download games and apps as well as be updated via OTA. The SUV is available in five exterior colors and 11 interior colors. It also features a 360-degree camera setup and a solid-state radar of 77GHz. Standard equipment includes a tire pressure monitoring system, six airbags, and an emergency.

An optional 7.2kW home charger will charge the SUV for up to 300km in just eight hours. A 150kW DC charging setup can also be used to recharge the batteries. The company also displayed the ‘Veer,’ a project geared towards military use. Except for the body panels, the military spec vehicle carries the majority of the components from the Defy.

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