Made in Pakistan Label for Pakistan’s 1st Prototype
1st August 2021
A Karachi-based report inculcates promotion and appreciation to the DICE foundation that is headed by Overseas Pakistanis. They are said to have introduced a Made in Pakistan tag that introduces electric cars that will be unraveled in the upcoming period of three to four months.
DICE Foundation is a group of Pakistanis based in the foremost countries like the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom Committed to showcasing the expertise and progress of overseas Pakistanis in the technological field.
The project is one of the four mega projects run by DICE. This Foundation Founder and Chairman Dr. Khursheed Qureshi said that Pakistan has come close to introducing a Made-in-Pakistan; electric car to the world by appropriating the expertise of overseas Pakistanis. Pakistani experts have rendered their commendable services to put together the idea of manufacturing this first electric Pakistan-based car.
This will help Pakistanis buy cars on a lower and economical budget. Mr.Qureshi highlighted the features of the car saying that it will be an exquisite model presented by the overseas Pakistanis as it is constructed keeping in mind the international engineering standards.
The car has received some of the best reviews and is expected to be in trend amongst the other electric vehicle. He added that approximately $100,000 has been invested in the design and manufacture of the prototype of the electric car. The funds have been gathered together by all the faculty members of the Dice Foundation. DHA Suffa University technically evaluated and analyzed the entire model while NED University of Engineering and Technology in Karachi worked on the battery pack and power electronics.
According to Qureshi, the interior and exterior design of the car was done by the National College of Art while other universities are also participating in the completion of the car. Mr. Qureshi said that the battery pack for the electric car has been designed keeping in view the environment, weather, and driving trends of Pakistan so that it will have a minimum life of 10 years.
He conveyed that mass production would require $30 million endorsements for the project. The batteries manufactured in Pakistan for electric cars will also be made available for exports, he said. Overall the whole scheme can be proved quite beneficial for its standing in the international community, in its export advantages, and will certainly reduce the cost of buying a prototype but it is only possible if this is approved by the law and situation in Pakistan.
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