The renowned French automotive brand, Citroën, has officially launched its latest electric vehicle, the eC3 in Nepal. Shangrila Motors, the authorized distributor of Citroen cars in Nepal, has officially announced the introduction of the eC3 electric vehicle to the Nepalese market. With its fusion of cutting-edge technology, elegant design, and environmental consciousness, the eC3 is more than just a car; it's a statement of progress and a glimpse into the future of the Nepalese automobile industry. This new electric car also comes with a stylish design, and advanced features, combining style and innovation.
Citroen eC3 is powered by a 42kW permanent magnet synchronous motor that generates a max power of 57PS and a max torque of 143Nm. It is also powered by a high-energy-density lithium-ion battery with a capacity of 29.2kWh. The eC3 boasts an impressive claimed range of 320 km on a full charge. When using the onboard 3.3kW charger, the battery can be fully charged from 10% to 100% in approximately 10.5 hours. Furthermore, the eC3 is compatible with DC fast chargers, which can charge the battery from 10% to 80% in just 57 minutes. The suspension responsibilities are managed by the MacPherson strut and twist beam systems with regenerative braking as a standard braking unit.
Citroën eC3 comes packed with cutting-edge technology to enhance the driving experience. The exterior of the car is sleek and stylish, with a bold front grille, a split halogen headlamp with LED DRLs, and an LED tail lamp with chromed emblem. It comes equipped with a touchscreen infotainment system, with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, 4 speakers, a digital instrument cluster, steering-mounted controls, three USB sockets, a 12V socket, and a smartphone clamp. It also gets a matte-black front grille, glossy-black ORVMs, 15-inch steel wheels, fender-mounted turn indicators, roof antenna, and dual-tone shade as optional. The other standout feature of the Citroen C3 is its spacious and well-designed interior.
The new EV is also equipped with a range of advanced safety features. It comes with electronic stability control, lane departure warning, and automatic emergency braking. It is also ensured by dual front airbags, rear parking sensors, ABS, and ESP making it a safe and secure choice for Nepalese buyers. It is also equipped with a heads-up display, adaptive cruise control, and automatic emergency braking. Additionally, it is equipped with advanced driver-assistance features, such as lane-keeping assist and automatic emergency braking. The eC3's compact size and agile manoeuvrability make it the perfect city car.
The Nepalese market offers two options for the Citroen eC3 electric car: the Live variant and the Feel with Vibe Pack variant. The Citroën eC3 Live variant is priced at NRs. 32.99 lakhs in Nepal, while the Feel variant with Vibe Pack is priced at NRs. 34.99 lakhs. It comes with two distinct riding modes: Eco and Standard. It comes with four colour options including White, Orange, Platinum Grey, and Steel Grey. With its unmatched blend of style, technology, and environmental consciousness, the eC3 isn't just a car for today; it's a vision of the future that's already here. Here are the complete specifications and features of the Citroen eC3 electric car:
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