Citroen launches eC3 in India at Rs 11.50 lakh, check range and specs
The French automobile manufacturer Citroen finally launched C3 in the electric version in India. As per the official information by the company, the latest EV hatch is ICE-powered and will provide a smooth driving experience to the customers. The company had introduced the vehicle at the starting price of Rs 11.50 lakh of its Live variant. While the top variant price goes up to Rs 12.43 lakh. To note, the mentioned prices are ex-showroom.
Interested customers can now book the feature-loaded EV by visiting the company’s authorized showroom, giving a token amount of Rs Rs 25,000. Or they can directly book the same by visiting its official website.
Know everything about the Citroen eC3
The vehicle features a 29.2kWh battery that generates a max power of 57hp and 143Nm peak torque. The positioned the electric motor front axle in such a manner that expected provide a high speed of 107 kph. It also has been reported that the EV can accelerate from 0 to 60 kph in 6.8 seconds, which is somehow the fastest in the segment. The EV comes with regenerative braking, and also has two driving modes: Eco and Standard.
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The Citroen eC3 offers two charging methods. The first is a DC fast charger that can fills the battery pack from 10 to 80 percent in 57 minutes. The second one is an integrated 3.3 kW AC charger that supports CCS2 fast charging. A household appliance can also be used to top off the eC3.
The company claims that the vehicle can provide a maximum range of 320km on a single charge.
Citroen eC3 features
As far as the features are concerned, it is quite similar to its petrol version, which means customers will get a 10.2-inch touchscreen, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a high-quality four-speaker audio system and a height-adjustable driver as well as passengers seat.
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