Karachi: What Affects the Arrival of Pakistan’s Good Times for Masses and Industry A locally-made electric vehicle prototype, the JAXERI, also known as the NUR-E 75, was unveiled on the 75th Independence Day.
The prototype was the brainchild of students from various local authorities. completed and funded by local stakeholders under the umbrella of the DICE ARY News Foundation.
DICE Foundation head Dr Khurshid Qureshi presided over the launch event with his presentation claiming that the car, which is expected to hit the roads by the end of 2024, will be 60 to 40. indigenous compared to imports That will be optimized to 80:20 in about a decade, he said.
He said the electric car’s only prototype took about seven years to complete since. start and will be released to the market in about two years. It should be free of charge About Rs 4 million he shared hesitantly.