Indian Electric SUV Pravaig Defy – Launches in November, Know Specifications, Features

Pravaig Defy

Pravaig Dynamics, a new company based in Bengaluru, is getting ready to bring the Pravaig Defy, its first electric product, to the Indian market. Pravaig showed off an electric sedan before, but it was just a prototype. The Defy, on the other hand, is a finished luxury SUV that will go on sale on November 25. The Defy is a big SUV that aims to offer all the features of a top-of-the-line SUV at a lower price and with specs that match those of luxury SUVs. The eSUV would be sold in a way that goes straight to the consumer.

At the launch on November 25, all the information and specs about the electric SUV will be made public.

Pravaig Defy Electric SUV Features

Pravaig Defy 2
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The Defy will have a large battery pack and two motors. Of course, it will also have all-wheel drivetwo motors. Of course, it will also have all-wheel drive. The rendering shows a car with edgy styling and a wide, muscular body that looks more like an SUV than a crossover. The eSUV will have many features, such as self-driving ones, as well as a larger touchscreen, digital displays, and a Devialet sound system. The French company Devialet makes high-end sound systems.

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Like modern electric SUVs, the focus is on software-based features and customization with over-the-air (OTA) updates. Along with that, the ability to easily upgrade from 5G to 6G in the future and keep up with the latest technology is also important.

Fold-out tables would be a luxury option, and the Defy would be set up with captain’s seats.

Pravaig is also thinking about a different way to service the cars, and even though they will have a lot of tech features, they will be very private.

Pravaig Defy Range

In the real world, the range is over 500 km  and the power is around 400 bhp or more. The top speed is 200 kmph. The eSUV is built on a 400V architecture, which allows it to support features like V2L and more. The Defy has fast-charging technology, which means that the battery can be fully charged in 30 minutes.

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