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The coming decade is expected to be the decade of the fully electric car. With battery prices reportedly falling 73% since 2010, electric cars are expected to be as cheap as fuel-powered cars in the foreseeable future. The International Energy Agency cites that by 2020 up to 20 million electric vehicles will ply the road, a number that is expected to go up to 70 million by 2025. Countries around the world are waking up to the potential of e-mobility. India has a lot to gain from the widespread adoption of e-mobility. Under the Make In India programme, the manufacturing of e-vehicles and their associated components is expected to increase the share of manufacturing in India’s GDP to 25% by 2022. On the economic front, large-scale adoption of electric vehicles is projected to help save $60 billion on oil imports by 2030 – currently 82% of India’s oil demand is fulfilled by imports. Price of electricity as fuel could fall as low as Rs 1.1/km, helping an electric vehicle owner save up to Rs. 20,000 for every 5,000km traversed. Finally, electrification will help reduce vehicular emissions, a key contributor to air pollution which causes an average 3% GDP loss every year.

Unsurprisingly, there has been a concerted policy push at the national level to promote e-mobility, especially with the ratification of the Paris climate agreement. The National Electric Mobility Mission Plan (NEMMP) 2020 and Faster Adoption and Manufacturing of Hybrid and Electric Vehicles (FAME) scheme were both announced in aspiration of an electric-only future for automobiles by 2030. In addition, a lower GST rate (12%) has been levied on electric vehicles compared to other categories.

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Let’s check the list of Upcoming Electric cars in India.

1. Tesla Model 3

Tesla, Inc. is an American electric vehicle and clean energy company based in Palo Alto, California. The company has confirmed its entry into Indian EV market by CEO of the company “Elon Musk”. The company CEO Mr. Elon Must has confirmed to enter in Indian Market in 2021. The Transport minister Mr. Nitin Gadkari has also given a green signal for Tesla electric car range. Tesla Model 3 will be made available with single and dual-motor options. The entry-level Standard Range and Standard Range Plus RWD variants offer 423km range. These variants can do 0-100kmph in just 6 seconds. The Long Range AWD (0-100kmph in 4.5 seconds) and Long Range Performance AWD (0-100kmph in 3 seconds) comes with dual-motor and offers an electric range of around 568km.

  • Motor : Permanent Magnet Synchronous Reluctance Motor
  • Charging Time : 8-9 hrs and DC fast charge 80 percent in 40 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 423-504 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : End of 2022
  • Expected Price : 30.0 – 35.0 lakh

2. Volvo XC40 Recharge

Volvo has unveiled the all-electric XC40 Recharge. It is the carmaker’s first electric vehicle and the first car with the Recharge branding. The Swedish carmaker wants to join the EV bandwagon which India is slowly warming up to. Volvo XC40 Recharge India Launch Planned For 2021, but due to COVID19 pandemic it has postponed to June, 2021. This piece of information was given by Volvo Car India’s Managing Director Charles Frump, who stated that “We will be able to have a very good offer on the XC40 EV for customers. Of course it’ll be more expensive (than the petrol version), but I think the gap between petrol and EV will be much less.”

  • Motor : Permanent Magnet Synchronous
  • Charging Time : 8-9 hrs and DC fast charge 80 percent in 40 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 400-450 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : 26 July, 2022
  • Expected Price : 50.0 – 55.0 lakh

3. Jaguar i-Pace

Jaguar Land Rover India is a luxury car maker company owned by Tata motors. Jaguar already unveiled its all an electric luxury sedan car in Geneva motor show 2018 and said that it has no plan to launch in India, but now company chalked out a plan as Indian market will be a biggest market for Electric cars across the world. Jaguar i-Pace SUV could be launched in India any time and it will compete with Audi e-Tron in luxury car segment. The i-Pace looks very premium and luxury as company very well known for it. The car range is around 480 km expected, while the powerful can reach 0-100 kmph in just 4.5 seconds.

  • Motor : Permanent Magnet Synchronous
  • Charging Time : 12-13 hrs and DC 100kw fast charge 85 percent in 45 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 450-480 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Launched
  • Expected Price : 1.5 – 2.0 cr

4. Audi e-Tron EV

A luxury motor car company Audi confirm the launch of its upcoming electric car Audi e-Tron in the upcoming months. This Sporty SUV combines the space and comfort of a luxury class electric car. With the range of total 400 km on a single charge it can also use for Everyday. The eTron gets two electric motors, mounted on each of two axles, these power full motors helps the car to reach a top speed of 200 kmph and car also go on 0-100 kmph in just 6.6 seconds. Being an Audi SUV, quattro is standard fitment.

  • Motor : 2x Permanent Magnet Synchronous
  • Charging Time : 8-9 hrs and DC fast charge 80 percent in 30 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 370-400 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Launched
  • Expected Price : 1.4 – 1.5 cr

5. Renault Kwid EV (City KZ-E)

Renault has unveiled the Kwid EV at previous Shanghai motor show in China. Renault Kwid EV is based on the KZ-E concept which is smallest yet from the Fresh Automaker. The Renault City K-ZE is based on the same CMF-A platform. However Visually, the Renault City KZ-E is identical to the Kwid and also share some elements from the concept version. Renault has no plans to launch this EV car in India now, but industry moving towards majorly Electric cars it can be possible any time in India. Renault KZ-E could be a game change once launched in India.

  • Motor : permanent magnet synchronous
  • Charging Time : 4 hrs and DC fast charge 80 percent in 40 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 250-370 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Sometime in 2022
  • Expected Price : 5.0 – 7.0 lakh

6. Ora R1 electric car

China’s car manufacture (Great Wall Motors) is going to introduce its vehicles in India for the first time. With this, company is all set to enter into the Indian electric car’s market. At the Auto Expo, Great Wall Motors will introduce some SUVs and an electric car Ora R1. Company claimed it , as cheapest car in the world. Ora R1 will get connectivity feature with Artificial Intelligence System which can be activated by saying “Hello Ora”. The Company can guarantee three years or 1.20 lakh km or eight years or 1.50 lakh km with Ora R1 electric Car.

  • Motor : permanent magnet synchronous
  • Charging Time : 9-10 hrs and DC fast charge 80 percent in an hour
  • Range/Mileage : 300-350 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Yet to be decided
  • Expected Price : 6.30 – 8.30 lakh

7. Maruti Suzuki WagonR EV

Maruti Suzuki will bring its first EV based on the Wagon R sometime in Early 2021. The upcoming Maruti Wagon R EV will feature standard AC charging that will take about 7hr to replenish the battery pack. Also expected is DC fast-charging that will allow juicing up the battery to around 80 percent in under an hour. A real-world driving range of around 130km is also expected.The company has not revealed a specific price point for the Wagon R EV but officials have hinted that the model will not come cheap. Expect Wagon R EV prices to be in the region of Rs 9-10 lakh (estimated, ex-showroom).

  • Motor : 3-phase permanent magnet synchronous
  • Charging Time : 7 hrs and DC fast charge 80 percent in an hour
  • Range/Mileage : 250-300 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : End of, 2022
  • Expected Price : 9 – 10 lakh

8. Mahindra XUV400 EV

Mahindra motors got a grand response from the XUV300 and now company working on its electric variant to enter in the EV’s aura. As per report Mahindra confirms the upcoming XUV300 electric variant in the next coming year, This car very similar to Hyundai Kona electric in terms of technically. Exterior design is expected same as before Sporty design, large grill, body coloured bumpers accept new alloy wheels. Inside the car also shares its upholstery, seats, dashboard with standard XUV300. For the exact portfolio we have to wait for some time.

  • Motor : permanent magnet synchronous
  • Charging Time : 7-8 hrs and DC fast charge 57 percent in an hour
  • Range/Mileage : 400-450 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : End of 2022
  • Expected Price : 15 – 17 lakh

9. Mahindra eKUV100

Mahindra & Mahindra have unveiled their plans to shape the ‘Future of Mobility’ at the Auto Expo 2018. The Future of Mobility is a showcase of Mahindra’s sustainable mobility solutions that are technologically advanced and aim to address the needs and preferences of the consumers. Mahindra has pushed the launch of the eKUV100 to early 2020 and now the model will come with an updated electric motor that makes 40kW (54.4hp). The battery can be charged in just 5hr 45min using a regular charger or 55min on a fast charger. The only downside, however, appears to be that the battery is rated at 15.9kWh and that the claimed maximum driving range is just around 120km

  • Motor : Three Phase AC Induction motor
  • Charging Time : 6-8 hrs and DC fast charge 80 percent in 55 min
  • Range/Mileage : 140 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : March of 2023
  • Expected Price : 8-9 lakh

10. Tata Altroz EV

Tata has introduced its premium hatctback car “Tata Altroz” along with EV variant in 2020 Auto Expo exhibition. Tata Altroz EV has been engineered on the ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) Architecture. With lightweight, modular and flexible characteristics, the new platform allows the manufacturing of multiple body styles with a choice of powertrains, including gasoline, diesel or full electric. Several reports have claimed that Tata Altroz EV will be priced over Rs 10 lakh.

  • Motor : Permanent magnet AC motor
  • Charging Time : 60 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 250-300 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : November, 2022
  • Expected Price : 12-15 lakh

11. Pravaig Extinction MK1 Electric Sedan

Pravaig Extinction, a new electric car from Bengaluru-based Pravaig Dynamics, aims to put India on the global map in the electric car revolution. The new EV has a lot peculiar about it than just the design. It’s set to go on sale, but not via showrooms. Company officials say they are working towards a Q3 launch next year and are targeting 250 units a month. As mentioned earlier, the company will not be setting up a typical sales and service network and will start its operations in Delhi and Bengaluru, with a service centre in each city. It plans to later expand to Mumbai, Chennai and other cities like Hyderabad and Pune..

  • Motor : NA
  • Charging Time : — minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 500 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Second Half of 2022
  • Expected Price : 30-35 lakh

12. Kia Soul EV

The first electric car from Kia is the Kia Soul EV was showcased at the Auto Expo 2020 and is expected to launch in India. The Soul is one of the most popular Kia cars, especially in the North American market. Talking about its electric version, the Soul EV shares its underpinnings with the Hyundai Kona electric, and hence making it easier to bring the car to the Indian market. Kia Soul EV has a boxy silhouette and features Kia’s signature tiger nose grille in front which also houses the charging port. Additionally, the front sports upswept, wraparound dual-barrel projector headlamps.

  • Motor : 1 Permanent magnet synchronus
  • Charging Time : 75 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 250-350 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : December of 2022
  • Expected Price : 12-15 lakh

13. Tata Tiago EV

Unveiled, at Auto Expo 2018 Tata Tiago EV is ready to launch in India anytime in the coming months. Tata is focusing electric cars, However, company have total 4-5 electric cars ready to launch in India very soon, But due to Covid-19 pendemic the lauches could be delayed. Apart from, Government also supporting electric vehicles because it is a feature concept and we will have to find out the Petrol options as soon as possible. Right now every manufacture is step ahead up to and making a network for electric cars so that peoples will not get any problem on the road while driving. Tata Tiago EV exteriors will feature the new headlights, the new front and rear bumpers with stylish contours and the black radiator grille with chrome strip lining.

  • Motor : 3-Phase AC Induction motor
  • Charging Time : 90 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 100-130 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Second Half of 2022
  • Expected Price : 10-15 lakh

14. Haima Bird EV1

Haima motors, a Chinese carmaker Haima Automobiles already showcased their upcoming three products on event of Auto Expo 2020. The most relevant among them is the Haima EV1 EV (sold as the Aishang EV 360 in China), which is designed to be an affordable, long-range electric vehicle. In terms of design, the Haima EV1 is rather simplistic – its upright stance and straight lines look dated, but the carmaker’s partner in India, Bird Electric, has said the India-spec model will look notably different. Haima’s EV1 is a small city car with a tallboy design that helps liberate maximum interior space within a limited physical footprint.

  • Motor : Permanent magnet syncronous motor
  • Charging Time : — minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 200-300 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Second Half of 2022
  • Expected Price : 9-12 lakh

15. GWM Ora R1

China’s car manufacture (Great Wall Motors) is going to introduce its vehicles in India for the first time. With this, company is all set to enter into the Indian electric car’s market. At the Auto Expo, Great Wall Motors will introduce some SUVs and an electric car Ora R1. The Ora R1 is also called the cheapest electric car in the world. Know how the world’s cheapest electric car. From the outside, The upcoming Ora R1 is simple, unique and cute in style – highlighted immediately with its big eye headlights. finally, the vehicle is also equipped with an artificial intelligence system that can be woken up by simply saying, ‘hello, ORA’.

  • Motor : Permanent magnet synchronous
  • Charging Time : 40 minutes
  • Range/Mileage : 350 kms/charge
  • Launch Time : Second Half of 2022
  • Expected Price : 9-12 lakh
S.No Car Name Riding Range Top Speed Expected Price
1. Tesla Model 3 423-504 kms 225 kmph Rs. 30.0-35.0 lakhs
2. Volvo XC40 Recharge 400-450 kms 180 kmph Rs. 50.0-55.0 lakhs
3. Jaguar i-Pace 450-480 kms 200 kmph Rs. 1.5-2.0 Cr
4. Audi e-Tron 370-400 kms 200 kmph Rs. 1.4-1.5 Cr
5. Renault Kwid EV 250-370 kms 105 kmph Rs. 5.0-7.0 lakhs
6. Ora R1 Electric Car 300-350 kms 102 kmph Rs. 6.3-8.5 lakhs
7. Maruti Suzuki WagonR EV 250-300 kms Rs. 9.0-10.0 lakhs
8. Mahindra XUV300 EV 400-450 kms 145 kmph Rs. 15.0-17.0 lakhs
9. Mahindra eKUV100 120-140 kms 75 kmph Rs. 8.0-9.0 lakhs
10. Tata Altroz EV 250-300 kms 120 kmph Rs. 12.0-15.0 lakhs
11. Pravaig Extinction MK1 EV 500 kms 196 kmph Rs. 30.0-35.0 lakhs
12. Kia Soul EV 250-350 kms 145 kmph Rs. 12.0-15.0 lakhs
13. Tata Tiago EV 100-130 kms 135 kmph Rs. 10.0-15.0 lakhs
14. Haima Bird EV1 200-300 kms 120 kmph Rs. 9.0-12.0 lakhs
15. GWM Ora R1 350 kms 102 kmph Rs. 6.30-8.30 lakhs

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