Two adults and a child can travel in Eva, which has 150 watt solar panels on the sunroof that can provide it with a daily range of 10 to 12 kilometres.

Eva is a battery-powered, one-door vehicle that resembles the Tata Nano. It's interesting that passengers can choose a solar roof panel.

India's first solar vehicle debuts during the 2023 Auto Expo.

It can be fully charged in four hours using a standard household outlet at home, and in 45 minutes using a DC fast-charging option.

The vehicle has 150 watt solar panels on the sunroof that can extend its range by 10 to 12 kilometres per day, or 3,000 kilometres per year, in addition to the electricity provided by the 14 kWH battery, which can power a 250-kilometer journey.

Vayve, a company that focuses on urban mobility, is run by Vilas Deshpande as its chief operating officer (COO), Saurabh Mehta as its chief technology officer (CTO), and Ankita Jain as its programme manager.

Eva is a pioneer in the micro mobility or mini mobility field and provides a solution for commuters who must contend with heavy traffic, congested roads, and a lack of parking.

Whether you commute daily between your house and your place of employment, drop off children at school, or simply visit a mall, do you really need a big car?

Eva has a slim body and broad visibility since she is intended to be agile. The vehicle will be simple to control and park. Only half the width of a typical automobile will be required.

According to the most recent Union Budget, India is focused on growing the number of EVs, but the sector is struggling due to the slow growth of supporting infrastructure.