Best Electric Car in India

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An electric car, also known as an EV, is a type of vehicle that is powered by one or more electric traction motors, using energy stored in batteries. Unlike traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles, electric cars operate quietly, have quick acceleration, higher energy efficiency, and produce no exhaust emissions, leading to lower overall vehicle emissions.

However, it’s important to note that the power plants generating the electricity used to charge these vehicles may have their own emissions.

Future of Electric cars in India

Electric vehicles are considered environmentally friendly and pollution-free since they don’t rely on fossil fuels for propulsion. When we use the term “electric car,” it generally refers to a battery electric vehicle (BEV).

However, it can also encompass other types of electric vehicles, such as plug-in hybrid electric vehicles (PHEV), range-extended electric vehicles (REEV), and fuel cell electric vehicles (FCEV).

To maximize the driving range, electric vehicle batteries need to be charged by connecting them to a mains electricity power source. Charging can be done at various charging stations, which can be found in private homes, parking garages, and public areas.

There are ongoing developments in technologies like battery switching and inductive charging, aimed at improving the charging infrastructure. However, it’s worth noting that the charging infrastructure, especially fast charging stations, is still relatively immature.

This can lead to challenges such as range anxiety (concern about running out of battery charge) and longer charging times, which are factors consumers consider when deciding on electric vehicles.

In summary, electric cars rely on electric traction motors and batteries for power, offering benefits such as quiet operation, quick acceleration, and lower emissions.

While there are still challenges to overcome, advancements in charging infrastructure and technology continue to make electric vehicles a viable and eco-friendly transportation option.

EV is future of cars, due to increasing cost and low availability of the fuel such as Petrol and Diesel, the government of all major countries are focused on promoting EV’s.

State wise Government Subsidy on Electric Vehicles

Indian Government has also started schemes and campaigns to promote EV’s In India. The Government is working in line with Indian car manufactures to lower down the cost of Vehicles and targeting to bring the EV and Normal fuel Vehicles at same price level, currently the EV variant is up by 30-40% in cost.


Electric Vehicles Incentive by Indian Government.

Electric Vehicles Incentive by State Government

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Electric Vehicles Available In India

More than 28 Options cars are available in India as of now. Starting from BMW, Porsche, Mercedes, Mini Cooper, Tata, Hyundai, Mahindra, Citron, MG has launched there electric variants in Indian markets. Surprisingly the biggest market player of India- Maruti Suzuki has not launched or reveled there EV option yet.

List of EV Available in India | Best EV cars in India

1 PMV -EAS-E start between 4-5 lakhs
1 MG Comet MG Base Variant 7.98 Lacs Top variant 9.98 lacs
2 Tata Tiago EV Tata Base Variant 8.69 Lacs Top variant 12.04 lacs
3 Citron eC3 Citron Base Variant 11.50 Lacs Top variant 12.43 lacs
4 Tata Tigor EV Tata Base Variant 12.49 Lacs Top variant 13.75 lacs
5 Tata Nexon EV Prime Tata Base Variant 14.49 Lacs Top variant 17.50 lacs
6 Mahindra XUV 400 Mahindra Base Variant 15.99 Lacs Top variant 19.19 lacs
7 Tata Nexon EV Max Tata Base Variant 16.49 Lacs Top variant 20.04 lacs
8 MG ZS EV MG Base Variant 21.99 Lacs Top variant 27.40 lacs
9 Hyundai Kona Electric Hyundai Base Variant 23.84 Lacs Top variant 24.03 lacs
10 BYD e6 BYD Base Variant 29.15 Lacs
11 BYD Atto 3 BYD Base Variant 33.99 Lacs Top variant 34.49 lacs
12 Hyundai Ioniq 5 Hyundai Base Variant 45.95 Lacs
13 MINI Cooper SE Mini Base Variant 50.90 Lacs
14 vVolvo XC40 Recharge Volvo Base Variant 56.90 Lacs
15 Kia EV6 Kia Base Variant 60.95 Lacs Top variant 65.95 lacs
16 BMW i4 BMW Base Variant 73.88 Lacs Top variant 77.50 lacs
17 Mercedes Benz EQB Mercedes Base Variant 74.50 Lacs
18 Mercedes- Benz EQC Mercedes Base Variant 99.51 Lacs
19 Audi e-tron Audi Base Variant 1.02 Cr Top variant 1.25 Cr
20 Jaguar I- Pace Jaguar Base Variant 1.06 Cr Top variant 1.24 Cr
21 Audi e-tron Sportback Audi Base Variant 1.20 Cr Top variant 1.26 Cr
22 BMW iX BMW Base Variant 1.24 Cr
23 Porsche Taycan Porsche Base Variant 1.53 Cr Top variant 2.34 Cr
24 Mercedes Benz EQS Mercedes Base Variant 1.59 Cr
25 Audi e-tron GT Audi Base Variant 1.70 Cr Top variant 1.94 Cr
26 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo Porsche Base Variant 1.74 Cr Top variant 2.34 Cr
27 Mercedes- Benz AMG EQS Mercedes Base Variant 2.45 Cr

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FAQ’s-Frequently Asked Questions?

Q1. Which EV car is best in India with low budget and low maintenance?

Ans: Tata Tiago is best EV car till date available in India, which can be used a normal car, space, looks and price all in range of common people, it can be used as city car and also can be used for small trips for a family for 2 adults and 3 kids or 4 adults.

Q2. Which is the cheapest electric car now India?

Ans: MG Comet is lowest priced car available in Indian market starts with just Rs 7.98 lakhs, followed by Tata Tiago starts with Rs 8.69 lakhs.

Q3. Which electric car is 4.79 lakh?

Ans: PMV electric has launched EaS-E at Rs 4.79 lakh, its a two seater car with all features, perfect for city drive with range of 160km in a single charge.

Q4. Which is the cheapest 4 seater electric car in India?

Ans: Technically MG comet is should be the cheapest 4 seater electric car in India, but practically as of now Tata Tiago EV is the best 4 seater car which is priced at 8.69 lakh.

Q5. What are the 4 types of electric vehicles?

Ans: Currently 4 type of electric vehicles are there in market- BEV. HEV , PHEV and FCEV

Q6. Electric cars in India under 3 lakhs?

Ans: There is no car which is available for 3 lakh in India, the cheapest practical car available is MG Comet at Rs 7.69 Lakh

Q7. Which is the No 1 EV vehicle in India?

Ans: Tata Tiago EV and Tata Nexon is the best EV cars available in India.

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