Top five Electronic Vehicles to make its way in the market

Electronic car is soon to conquer the Indian Automobile market as it has done with the rest of the World. With multiple manufactures coming up with distinct innovative features and sustainable ideas, it could be a little hard to pick among many.

Electronic car is soon to conquer the Indian Automobile market as it has done with the rest of the World. With multiple manufactures coming up with distinct innovative features and sustainable ideas, it could be a little hard to pick among many.
Here, we are a list of the top five EV that will be launching in India this year.

1. Tata Altroz EV

Tata Motors is planning to launch a new electric car in the Indian market before the end of this year, the Altroz EV. It was first showcased at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show, and then at the 2020 Auto Expo. The specifications of the vehicle are a mystery at the moment, but speculations suggest that it will have a driving range of somewhere between 250 to 300 km.

2. Mahindra eKUV100

The eKUV100 was showcased by Mahindra & Mahindra at the 2020 Auto Expo, back in February 2020. The manufacturer was originally aiming for a starting price of Rs. 8.25 lakh, inclusive of FAME II subsidies, and we expect the actual price to be just a little higher than that when the vehicle launches later this year. The eKUV100 will draw power from a 15.9 kWh battery pack, which is capable of delivering a claimed driving range of 147 km.

3.   Mahindra eXUV300

Mahindra also showcased the concept version of an XUV300-based EV, named ‘eXUV300’ at the Auto Expo 2020. The specifications of the vehicle haven’t been revealed yet, but the manufacturer previously stated that the production version of the eXUV300 will offer a driving range of around 370 km.

4. Hyundai Kona EV facelift

Hyundai internationally unveiled the Kona EV facelift just a few months ago, and the vehicle is expected to launch in India by late-2021. Apart from a new design, the facelift model also offers more features over the outgoing version, like a standard 10.25-inch digital instrument display, heated seats (front and rear), etc. The lower variant of the 2021 Hyundai Kona EV gets a 39.2kWh battery, that delivers a driving range of 304 km while the top-spec model gets a 64 kWh battery, good for a range of 483 km.

5. Tesla Model 3

Tesla finally entered the Indian market this year, and its first offering is expected to be the Model Tesla Model 3 gets three battery options – 50 kWh, 54 kWh, and 75 kWh – which offer a driving range of 354 km, 423 km, and 568 km, respectively (as tested by EPA).


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