BYD SEAL Drives Nepal Forward: Boosting the Country’s Eco-Friendly Transport Movement

BYD, a leading company in the world of electric cars, has just launched a new model called the BYD SEAL in Nepal. This launch was done in collaboration with Cimex Inc. Pvt. Ltd., BYD’s partner in Nepal.

The BYD SEAL is an electric car that comes in three different models: Dynamic, Premium, and Performance. It also comes in four colors. This is the third time BYD has introduced an electric car in Nepal, following the BYD ATTO 3 and the BYD DOLPHIN.

The BYD SEAL is built on a new technology platform called e-Platform 3.0 and features some advanced technologies. It has a design that allows it to use battery cells in its structure, making it safer and more efficient. The car is available with either rear-wheel drive or all-wheel drive and has a special suspension system for a smooth ride. It has also received top safety ratings from Euro NCAP and ANCAP in 2023, proving it’s a very safe car.

BYD has been working in Nepal since 2018 and has been a big part of bringing electric vehicles to the country. The company first came into the spotlight when its e6 model was included in the presidential fleet. In October 2022, BYD officially entered Nepal’s car market with several models to suit different tastes.

Now, BYD has 12 showrooms, 9 service centers, and 15 places where you can charge your car across Nepal. They are planning to expand even more. Cimex Inc. has helped BYD a lot by bringing models like the BYD ATTO 3 and the BYD DOLPHIN to the local market, meeting the needs of various customers.

The government of Nepal supports the use of electric vehicles, which fits well with BYD’s goals. They are using the country’s rich hydropower resources to promote electric cars. The plan includes setting up 500 more charging stations across the country to make electric vehicles more practical for everyone. BYD is determined to keep bringing new and suitable electric vehicles to Nepal, working closely with local partners to improve sales and service. This effort is all about making transportation in Nepal cleaner and more sustainable.