The Indian electrical car manufacturer, Reva, will showcase it two new models at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany next week. The new electric cars from Reva will be equipped with a remotely operated reserve charge technology. This new technology is designed to assist motorists who run out of power on the road. As the name denotes, the remotely operated reserve charge technology will enable car drivers to call a central location and get the reserve battery power remotely activated.
The two new models the company is planning to launch are NXR, a four-seat, three-door hatchback model designed for the city, and the NXG, a two-seater sports model. Both these new models will come with this latest technology, called REVive. The NXR is expected to be launched in India by 2010 and the NXG by 2011.
"The two cars target two different consumer sets. The NXR is perfect second car, it is automatic, easy to drive, park and safe. It will have optional solar panels on the top. The NXG, on the other hand, is a complete lifestyle fun car," said Mr Maini, Chairman, Reva Electric Car Company.
The first and only electric car manufacturer of the country, Reva is having a very strong base in the electric car market and has a good number of satisfied customers for its flagship model, Reva, globally and in India. The company is also in the process of producing a new ultra low carbon vehicle.