Pakistan launches its first locally-made electric car on the 75th Anniversary of its Independence. Car is developed by the DICE (Distinguished Innovation, Collaboration & Entrepreneurship) Foundation under the Brand Name “JAXERI”.

According to DICE, this electric car is only available as a prototype, currently, the company is not offering it commercially or available for purchase. When the company has raised enough funds through investment rounds, it will introduce its electric vehicle in Pakistan.


Vehicle Type: Hatchback

Top Speed: 120 km/h

Battery Capacity: 35 kw/h

Charging Capacity: Fully Charged 220 v in 8 Hours that would have enough Power for 210 km Drive with AC on Single Charge. Company also claims that with a fast charger, the battery can be charged within 2 hours.

Seating Capacity: 5

Horse Power: 108 hp or 80 kw

Torque: 200 nm

Tire Size: 16 Inches

Ground Clearance: 190 mm

Contribution of Different Pakistan Universities includes, the battery pack was developed at the NED University of Engineering and Technology, the chargers for these vehicles are being developed by the Sir Syed University of Engineering and all the components of the car have been designed and created by the National College of Arts (NCA).

Price segments like Honda-E and Nissan Leaf are priced at $40,000 and $35,000, respectively, “but the Nur-E 75 price will be much lower than those”. It will be 20-30 Lacs.

According to DICE, it’s a gift to Pakistan on its diamond jubilee and this would play a very important role in the environment and climate change, and help Pakistan to move away from non-renewable fuel consumption.