Rolls Royce Spectre

In 1900, Charles Rolls stated that electric-powered vehicle was very well suited to Rolls Royce’s cars.

And now, in October 2022, Rolls Royce showcased the first Electric car of the company, or we can say, “World’s Most Luxurious EV.” Having said that the name is “SPECTRE.” Rolls Royce Spectre. With this new launch, RR has started the journey towards its transition to a pure-EV future in 2030. The design language of this car is similar to the company’s phantom cope. Length wise it’s 5.4 m long and 2 m in width.

Rolls Royce Spectre

RR claims that the Spectre can go 0-100 kmph in 3.4 s, it comes with the widest grill on Rolls Royce before and the newly designed Spirit of Ecstasy, which is slightly bent towards the front, split headlight assemble with LED DRL. 23-inch wheels with aerodynamic features. The company says that the pure electric offering comes with a riding range of around 520 km. The interior can be customized with infinite options with an ultra-luxury feel, purely Rolls Royce.

Rolls Royce SPECTRE 2

The electric motor in this car is expected to produce power of around 577 hp and around 900 Nm of peak torque. The company also says that Spectre has been through the most exhaustive testing program, which includes lots of terrains and a 2.5 lakh km journey that will complete in 2023.

The booking of the Rolls Royce Spectre is now open, and the company says the delivery will start in next year Q4.
In terms of pricing, the SPECTRE will be positioned between Cullinan and Phantom.

China’s BYD Atto 3 is here, with a 512 km of range

After the MPV, now China’s BYD launched their 2nd model BYD atto3 in the Indian market with an acclaimed range of 512 km.
Atto 3 will be the direct competitor of the well-established Hyundai Kona, MG zs ev.

It is inspired by the ATTOSECOND, physics’ smallest time-scale unit, which represents the pursuit of speed and excellency. The BYD Atto 3 is an E-SUV with several design elements which include a chrome grille, a wide bumper, and sleek headlights. BYD Atto 3 gets a 60.48 kWh battery pack which gives a 521 km ARAI-certified range. It comes with the PMSM motor(150 kW) which produces 210 hp of power with 310 Nm torque and it can accelerate 0 – 100kmph in 7.3 sec, which is quite decent. The car takes 10 hr to fully charge the battery pack with the normal charge and with the fast charger customer can charge up to 0 – 80% in just 50 mins.

It is a feature-loaded vehicle, like the 12.8-inch rotatable touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, climate control, power windows, power mirrors, LED projector headlamps, and a 360-degree camera, ABS with EBD, traction control, hill descent control, ESP, 360-degree camera, and driver assistance systems. Atto3 will be equipped with a lot of safety features, 7 airbags in the top variant, and comes with a 5-star rating in the EURO NCAP crash test.

In terms of comparison with the Hyundai Kona and MG zs ev, BYD is longer(4.45-meters) and wider, and the wheelbase(2.72-meters) also means customers will get a more comfortable cabin in the car.

For BYD Atto 3 the booking is already started with the base booking amount of Rs. 50,000, the company is promising the deliveries of the first 500 units in January 2023 and the price will be revealed in December. The carmaker intends to sell over 15,000 units of the Atto 3 by the end of the year, as well as establish a local manufacturing facility. Here are some of its specs:
⚡️ 204hp, 310Nm motor
⚡️ 60.48kWh battery
⚡️ 521km ARAI range
⚡️ 0-80% DC charge in 50 min
⚡️ 0-100kmph in 7.3s
⚡️ All-four disc brakes
⚡️ 5-inch instrument cluster
⚡️ 6-way power adjustable driver’s seat, 4-way for passenger
⚡️ 7 airbags, adaptive cruise control, auto emergency brake, collision warning, blind spot detection, lane departure warning, lane keep assist
⚡️ LED lights
⚡️ 12.8-inch touchscreen infotainment, 8 speakers
⚡️ 18-inch wheels
⚡️ 440-litre boot, 175mm ground clearance, 1750kg curb

What are the applications for Pravaig Field Pack?

Pravaig, a leading carmaker involved in the rapidly changing and vastly interesting space of urban mobility in the beating heart of India, is a growing name now engaged in the manufacturing of the Field Pack.  

The sophisticated and high-tech offering primarily and vastly meant for the realm of Military operations and Defense industry could well be a game changer for the Bangalore-based firm. 

But first, let us examine as to what the Field Pack being made by Pravaig is exactly about? 

For starters, this energy dense battery pack especially meant for military usage is a one of a kind offering in the realm of the defense industry that today one cannot imagine any army’s soldiers or troops without. 

So how and why is that? 

The militaries carry plenty of equipment that include- but aren’t only restricted to- surveillance equipment, sophisticated cameras, radio devices. These equipment, therefore, and understandably so, need to get charged.  

Having said that, how does it all work? 

Multiple field packs can be connected together to multiply the capacity, or power devices with higher voltage requirements. The physical form factor allows for compact stacking of these. 

But having said that, where are all the real-life applications of the Field Pack from a military point of view? 

From a fundamental standpoint, it is never going to happen that the Military ops will happen in some air-conditioned room. 

The real action, it isn’t a cliché, takes places and always so, in unfriendly or let’s say hostile terrains.  

That is where the Field Pack comes in extremely handy and a savior of sorts. 

The Field Pack is waterproof, shock proof, and works in extreme temperatures. But there’s more to this; since the lithium-ion cells are known to lose their temper in case of shock loads, hi temps, physical abuse, field pack deploys multiple active and passive safety layers to keep the cells inside calm and happy. 

It is, therefore, an all-terrain, rugged and extremely handy offering that is quite the savior of the military much like the military is the savior of the country and for defending its realm of sovereignty and freedom.  

What is Pravaig’s Field Pack about?

Away from the cozy comfort of home and the spacious and protective confines of one’s nest of abode, there stands on the battleground the brave soldier- whether a commandant, brigadier, sniper, lieutenant or field marshal- guarding the hopes of his country. 

But there’s something more that the troops and those entrusted with the task of defending the sovereignty of a country require; there’s equipment and high-tech gear for battle, in addition to tactics. 

And one precious aspect of warfare that perhaps no troop participating in any warfare, mission or assignment can ever sufficiently fulfill in today’s day and age: 

It’s the FieldPack.  

It’s precisely that vital, irreplaceable equipment that Pravaig, a fast-growing Urban Mobility and Energy players in India’s bustling start up space is offering as we speak. 

So let’s begin to understand just what is the Field Pack of Pravaig is and who is it exactly meant for? 

Fundamentally speaking, the Field Pack offered by Pravaig is a high-tech, energy dense battery pack that is built precisely for Military use.  

Having said that, how does the Field Pack actually come to the Military’s use? 

Regardless of whether one speaks of the military of an advanced or developed nation or that of a developing country, the militaries, irrespective, carry copious sums of equipment that run on 12 V. These include- radio devices, surveillance equipment such as sophisticated cameras and beacons. The field pack, therefore, is also capable of charging such devices. 

And rather interestingly, it can also charge even smartphones, USB ports, laptops and even instruments dainty to the size of a USB port. 

This exceptionally powerful energy pack, meant for all terrains is, undoubtedly, a game changing offer by Pravaig that is already engaged in the manufacturing of next-gen cutting edge electric cars.