(Build Your Dreams) India, a subsidiary of BYD Group, China, the world’s
largest electric vehicle (EV) maker, has announced its foray into India’s pure
electric van segment with the introduction of two new pure EVs – T3 pure
electric passenger MPV (multi-purpose vehicle) and T3 pure electric commercial
T3 MPV and T3 minivan models adopt BYD’s proprietary battery technology. The
vehicle offers the best configuration available in the market, which features
keyless entry, push-button start, a music system with Bluetooth connectivity,
reverse parking camera and sensors, and well-designed spaces for cargo storage
or passengers. The vehicles are equipped automatic transmission, which makes
them among the most easily operable vehicles.
models also come with advanced safety features like Anti-lock Braking System
(ABS), Electric Parking System (EPB), Brake Override System (BOS), Electronic
Brakeforce Distribution (EBD), and more. The regenerative braking system helps
to improve range and save energy, while the Controller Area Network (CAN) bus
communication system provides smart management and maintenance.
to a traditional fuel minivan, T3 MPV and T3 minivan can effectively reduce the
cost of urban logistics distribution. Adopting BYD’s cutting-edge technology,
one single T3 MPV or T3 minivan can save the fuel consumption and emissions
equivalent to five passengers cars. Both models require only 1.5 hours to fully
charge using DC charging equipment, and both also support standard AC chargers.
Once fully charged, both models can travel up to 300km.
addition, BYD is now actively seeking local Indian partners for the electric
van product series.
the past few years, with the great support of Indian Government and our local
partners, BYD has realised the local design, R&D, manufacturing of electric
buses in India, and established battery manufacturing facilities here. We are
also the first OEM in the country to export e-buses to overseas markets from
India. Our pure electric buses have cemented their position as a market leader
in the Indian e-bus segment,” said Liu Xueliang, Managing Director of BYD