New Delhi, Auto Desk. Electric car maker BYD has entered the India Book of Records for the maximum distance traveled in an electric vehicle with its e6 premium MPV. The car has covered a total distance of 2203 km from Mumbai to Delhi in six days, covering 9 cities in 4 states, passing through eco-sensitive areas around national parks along the way.
This was part of the company’s ‘Sustainable Drive for a Sustainable India’ initiative. BYD is operating in the B2B segment in India, and so far, the company with its partners has covered a distance of 47,957,202 kilometers across India, which is equivalent to 10,883 round trips from Mumbai to Delhi.
The company launched the e6 in 2021. This is the company’s first and only model in India to be equipped with BYD’s Blade Battery technology, which was launched in 2020. It is considered to be the world’s first power battery technology, capable of delivering great range.
Speaking on the occasion, Sanjay Gopalakrishnan, Head, Electric Passenger Vehicle Business, BYD India said, “We have launched this campaign to create awareness about sustainability and EV adoption under the ‘Sustainable Drive for a Sustainable India’ initiative. had envisioned. We are proud to share that our premium electric MPV has saved 413 kg of carbon emissions during the journey, a new benchmark set by an EV, thereby entering the India Book of Records.
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