The REVA-NXG interior showing the wireless tablet.
Side view of the REVA-NXG
The standard road-going REVA is the company's bread and butter.
REVA is working on fuel cell versions of its road cars.
Dilip Chhabria created this styling exercise based on the Noble M12, transforming its visual image from a track car to a beautiful sports car for the road.
One of Dilip Chhabria's many concept vehicles - the Infidel.
April 15, 2005 The REVA-NXG, a “next generation Electric Vehicle” concept was shown for the first time earlier this month at the EV21 Electric Vehicle Symposium in Monaco. Created by the Indian REVA Electric Car Company (RECC), the new concept car is the result of a collaborative effort between RECC, automobile designer Dilip Chhabria and Simputer developer Encore Software. The REVA-NXG is a two-seater roadster with a range of 200 kilometres and a top speed of 120 kmh. The car is powered by a high performance 37 kW AC induction motor that drives the front wheels, and uses Sodium Nickel Chloride batteries in lieu of conventional lead acid batteries for extended life. The REVA-NXG has four-wheel independent suspension with an integrated regenerative and hydraulic braking system and the company claims excellent handling and braking.
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