Top 4 Electric Cars in India 2020|Is Electric the New future?


Electric cars

2020 is showing the introduction of many Electric automobiles that are launch in the Indian market, the Indian population are showing  interest in the Electric cars because these are eco-friendly and comes with  low maintenance, The running cost is less than the petrol or diesel cars,

There are many big companies that manufacture Electric cars like BMW i3, Tesla, Mercedes but these are cars are still not launched in India. Due to lack of proper infrastructure for EV technology and the prices of these cars are too high for the Indian market.

Indian market requires less expensive Electric cars so that a lot of Indian can buy it and use it. Moreover, saving the natural environment and fossil fuels.

Below are the Top 4 Electric Cars in India in 2020 – :

  • Tata Nexon EVTata nexon EV

The Tata Nexon EV draws on the vocabulary of Impact Technology 2.0.

The electric SUV earns a sporty central grill with a tri-arrow signature, a large grill with a Humanity Line signature running from lamp to lamp.

The top-spec version includes features such as electric sunroof, automatic climate control, leatherette seats, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlamps, and a seven-inch touchscreen display. In the Global NCAP crash test,

The Nexon EV has received a safety ranking of 5 stars. The electric SUV will get safety equipment like dual airbags, ABS with EBD and corner stability control. 

If you have a slotted car park at home or one in the workplace where a wall box loader can be mounted (free of charge by the company). A car like the Nexon EV may make sense.

It can be charged full from a regular 15-ampere socket at home in about 8 hours. Or it can be charged to one of the slowly setting up fast chargers, which gives around 80 percent charge in 1 hour.

Now Tata has offered different driving modes on many of their cars. But it doesn’t really alter driving characteristics in a combustion engine vehicle by much.

With the amount of torque in an electric vehicle available on the go. It also helps engineers to have some fun with it at legal speeds. The e-Nexon has a peak power output of 127 bhp compared to the Diesel and Petrol models of 109 bhp.

Tata Nexon EV price starts at ₹ 13.99 Lakhs and goes up to ₹ 15.99 Lakhs. The price of Electric variant for Nexon EV ranges between ₹ 13.99 Lakhs – ₹ 15.99 Lakhs.

  • MG ZS EV

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MG  Motor India has revealed its sales numbers for February 2020.

The company accounted for a total retail sale of 1376 units, including 1218 units of the Hector and 158 units of ZS EV. The latter has received 3,000 bookings to date.

The MG ZS EV is powered by a 44.5kWh liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery capable of sprinting from 0-100kmph in just 8.5 seconds, offering a driving range of around 340kms. The hybrid SUV has received 5 stars in the safety rating of Euro NCAP.

The test result revealed the vehicle offered good front passenger protection and adequate driver protection. In addition, the electric SUV has scored additional pointers to offer good protection against whiplash.

The vehicle has a waiting period of around 4-5 months. Currently, the electric SUV is available for sale only in five cities – Mumbai, Delhi, Bengaluru, Hyderabad, and Ahmedabad. 

The top-spec Exclusive variant is a good buy as it additionally offers leather seats. Moreover, it also has i-SMART EV 2.0 connected car features, dual-pane panoramic sky roof, PM 2.5 filter, and 6 way adjustable driver seats.

Additionally, the top-spec version also offers additional convenience features like rain-sensing wiper and power-folding ORVM.

 

 

  • Mahindra e2o PLUS
    Mahindra e2o PLUS electric car
    The e2o Plus was released in Delhi on 21 October 2016, at a price range from INR 5.46 lakh to INR 8.46 lakh (ex-showroom, after subsidies and incentives).

    It was one of the cheapest4-door electric cars in the world, and one of the cheapest 4-door cars with an automatic gearbox technically. It did not have a traditional gearbox originally, it was sold in 4 different trims: P2, P4, P6, and P8. The first three models had a 19 kW motor driven by a 48V battery pack.

    Mahindra e2o Plus is powered by a 210 AH Lithium-ion battery. Thereby, which generates the maximum power of 25 bhp at 3500 rpm and peak torque of 70 Nm at 1000 pm,

    However, the same battery develops 40 bhp of top power at 3500 rpm and 91 Nm of highest torque at 2000 rpm. With the top-end P8 variant. The battery is linked to a direct drive transmission. Which is not a conventional gearbox as it has no clutch.

    The hatch comes with Regenerative Braking Technology (first in India). Which charges the battery whenever the brakes are applied.

    The range-topping P8 variant does the 0-60 kmph sprint in less than 10 seconds while clocking a top speed of 85 kilometers. The other variants take 14 seconds to reach the 60 km mark from a standstill. While having a top speed of 80 kmph.

    Mahindra e2o Plus is developed for city driving and serves the purpose decently. One is bound to embrace disappointment if it takes the hatch on the highway and pushes hard to squeeze brisk acceleration out of it. 

 

  • Hyundai Kona Electric

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    Hyundai Kona Electric 2020 is one of the best electric cars on sale today due to long driving range and spunky driving style.

It shares its basic structure with the petrol-powered Kona SUV. But sports a distinctive front bumper, grille and special wheels that all look cool and also help reduce aerodynamic drag.

The Kona Electric goes on a match with other mass-market EVs like the Chevrolet Bolt EV, Tesla Model 3 entry-level models, and the Kia Niro EV. But we agree it’s the best value among its competitors.

Hyundai reports a driving range of up to 258 miles per charge. Kona Electric is able to recharge its battery at a 240-volt outlet fairly quickly.

A 201-hp electric motor powers the front wheels and is powered by a 64.0-kWh battery pack. The Kona Electric has galloped from zero to 60 mph in 6.4 seconds on our test track. Therfore, 0.2 seconds faster than normal Kona.

The electric version, like the standard Kona, offers sprightly driving dynamics. Making it fun to scram along a twisty two-lane. It doesn’t deliver thrills at the sports-car level, but driving is convincing for a subcompact SUV.

It also cruises effortlessly at highway speeds. Due to the large battery installed on the floor and its resultant low center of gravity. Which appears to look compact and planted.

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