But to get straight to the point, pricing for this awkward looking car starts at 14,995 euros excluding batteries (Intercity version), while the pricing for the City version starts 9,995 euros. Of course, prices will vary across Europe depending on taxes and subsidies.
Top speed is 104 km/h (65 mph) with a range of 160 kms (100 miles) per charge. If using the 90 minute fast charge (normal charging is eight hours), the REVA NXR offers a range of 320 km per day. A fast charge for 15 minutes will provide a 40 km (25 mile) range.
The REVA NXR has keyless entry and operation, dual charge ports, intelligent digital display and a range of telematics technology which includes SMS alerts and commands such as distance-to-empty and time-to-full charge, remote cabin heat/cool, a monthly eco-drive check by email, service and insurance alerts, remote diagnostics and healing and REVive remote emergency charge.
“The NXR is a stylish city car packed full of user-friendly technology. You can order one from today and production will start early next year, so you can be one of the first to own the latest generation of electric cars,” said Chetan Maini, deputy chairman and chief technology officer of REVA.
Bangalore-based company REVA's vehicles are currently sold or being test marketed in 24 countries worldwide. REVA has the largest deployed fleet of electric cars on the market, with over 3,000 EVs on the road and more than 70 million kilometres of user experience. The company is building a new ultra low carbon vehicle assembly plant in Bangalore, with a capacity of 30,000 units per year.