A locally produced Prince Pearl is being introduced this week in Pakistan
A locally produced Prince Pearl is being introduced this week in Pakistan.
According to the Pak Wheels report, this hatchback car is being introduced in the country on December 19.
Regal Motors is developing the vehicle and hopes it can hit United Bravo and the new Suzuki Alto.
Last year, the United Bravo vehicle was introduced to the local market, which was offered on the Suzuki Mehran.
Pak Suzuki ended its Mehran production in 2019 and introduced a new 660cc Alto and is being offered to fill the gap created by the removal of Prince Pearl Mehran.
The car will be equipped with an 800cc engine with 4-speed manual transmission.
According to the report, the vehicle will also help with fuel savings which will average 18 km per liter while other features like power windows, power steering, digital instrument cluster, 5.8-inch infotainment touch screen system, Bluetooth and SD card, screen. Mirroring, AC systems and more will be featured.
The report said that the vehicle is likely to cost up to Rs 10 lakh.
It may be recalled that Regal Automobile Industries Limited had built an assembling plant in Lahore, which is also the third-largest bike assembly company in the country.
After announcing concessions for new investors in the Auto Policy for the year 21-2016, Regal Auto Mobiles Limited decided to invest in the auto sector in Pakistan in collaboration with a Chinese company.
The company had a technical partnership with DFS Group in China to assemble vehicles in the name of Prince.