It’s a no-brainer to spend any more time without considerable action explaining the importance of electric cars to a country like India. For it’s that obvious.
With a collection of reasons that harangue the nation on multiple fronts whether it’s economy, sustainability, or one’s general well-being, it’s about time the nation, as a whole, adopted EVs.
But then all great things take time- don’t they? Having said that, just what are the reasons that compel one and all to go the EV way?
Whether it’s the increase in pollution, a bouquet of environmental issues that have hazardous effects written on them, or the increase in fuel prices, one can go on and on. However, on the positive, people have now started realizing the importance of sustainability.
And the new name of sustainability is battery-powered cars. With that said, the demand for battery-powered vehicles in the Indian car market is continuously climbing and one hopes the day isn’t that far- hopefully- where we can collectively witness the actual green revolution on four wheels.
Car manufacturers are now planning to introduce their own electric vehicles in the Indian market.
It helps to note that there already are north of 18 electric cars available in the Indian Car market. Now, some of the world’s largest car manufacturers are even planning to add to their car portfolio by launching pure electric runs.
That being said, which are the top 5 upcoming EV launches in India?
Hyundai Ioniq 5
Before the end of 2022, Hyundai Motor India plans to formally introduce the Ioniq 5 electric vehicle to the Indian market. Ioniq 5 is expected to be a CBU unit, the car will have 2 variants offering 58 kWh and 72.6 kWh capacity with a range of 381 Km and 481 Km respectively.
Tata Altroz EV
Tata is planning to introduce the new Tata Altroz EV in the Indian market before this festive session, tata has already Tigor EV, Nexon EV, and Nexon EV max. by looking wise is going to be similar to the IC version of it.
Tata Punch EV
Another EV from Tata is expected to have a range of 30.2 kWh of battery capacity and 129 bhp from the electric motor based on tata’s famous Ziptron technology.
Renault K-ZE EV
K-ZE EV is going to have the look of an already available and affordable Renault Kwid, it is already presented on the roads of China. Renault has a plan to introduce its EV variant in India soon.
Mahindra has some big plans to launch the line of their EV portfolio in India, they plan to showcase the 5 EVs at the same time on Independence Day of India.