GuGu Motors launches 11-seater Tourer 250 electric minibus in Pakistan

Tourer 250

Over the last two years, the Pakistani government has been working hard to mainstream electric vehicles (EVs) in order to prevent environmental degradation. The adoption of all-electric commercial vehicles, which has yet to begin, has been one of its key priorities. Meanwhile, GuGu Motors, has launched an all-electric 11-seater minibus in Pakistan named the ‘Sokon Ruichi Tourer 250’ to support this project. 

The new vehicle includes a single electric motor that produces 80 horsepower and 200 Nm of torque, which is suitable for a commercial minivan, and is powered by a 42-kWh battery pack. 

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In addition, because the Ruichi Tourer 250 is an all-electric vehicle, registration will be free in Islamabad. 

A total of 11 people can be accommodated in the van. It boasts a 250-kilometer all-electric range, dual-zone air conditioning, regenerative braking, parking sensors, an android-based infotainment system, and a 7-kW onboard AC charger, among other features. It’s also available in a cargo design that provides a large loading space. 

The electric vehicle is solely available for commercial use, according to a Tesla Industries (of which GuGu Motors is a division) social media post, and it is now “in stock.” 

“Limited dealerships available,” reads the image’s text. Must have a strong market presence,” implying that the firm has encouraged “few dealerships” with a “strong market presence” to apply for distribution rights in Pakistan, and that the vehicle is yet to be seen commonly on the roads. 

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