Visakhapatnam. New Citroën Ë-C3 All-Electric’s introductory price starts at ₹ 11,50,000 (ex-showroom Visakhapatnam)  1st OEM in India to launch EV after ICE in just 6 months. Segment-leading Range – 320 km* (*ARAI MIDC I Certified) 100% DC Fast Charge capability & 15 AMP Home Charging option. Available with 13 exterior colour combinations, 3 packs with 47 customisation options. Attractive standard/extended warranty on vehicle/battery/emotor & 24/7 Roadside Assistance. To be sold through 29 La Maison Citroën Phygital Showrooms across 25 cities.  

Showroom address: 45-58-18, NH-5, Junction, Akkayyapalem, Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh 530024, Citroën India launched the much-awaited New Citroën Ë-C3 All-Electric at a special introductory price of 11,50,000 (ex-showroom Visakhapatnam). This full BEV B-hatch is from the C-Cubed family of vehicles and is built at its manufacturing facility in Thiruvallur, Tamil Nadu. The New Citroën Ë-C3 All-Electric deliveries to the B2B and B2C segment will start from mid-March through the La Maison Citroën phygital showrooms across the country. The Visakhapatnam showroom will be equipped with DC Fast charging facility provided by Jio-bp and will cater to all EV vehicle owners.  

The New Citroën Ë-C3 All-Electric: Introductory prices (ex-showroom Visakhapatnam) Live 11,50,000, Feel12,13,000, Feel VIBE PACK 12,28,000, Feel DUAL TONE VIBE PACK 12,43,000

Saurabh Vatsa, Brand Head, Citroën India, remarked, “We are excited to launch the New Citroën Ë-C3 All-Electric for the young and progressive customers who will enjoy the CLEVER, COMFORT & COOL product propositions. The vehicle was developed keeping in mind the Indian audience and their unique needs and preferences. Ë-C3 delivers a certified driving range of 320 km per charge (MIDC cycle), 100% DC fast charging capability, and a plethora of intuitive technology-driven features. With the famed Citroën Advanced Comfort on board combined with an efficient e-powertrain, we are certain that the New Citroën Ë-C3 All-Electric will meet the expectations of both private customers’ and fleet operators."