Top 5 Electric Vehicles Launching In India This Year (Price Range: Rs 1 Lakh To Rs 25 Lakh)
If the Government of India has its way, electric vehicles will replace all other vehicles is probably the future of India!
Electric cars and bikes have their own pros above the automobiles that are powered by conventional sources of energy, such as petrol and diesel. Electric vehicles are easy to maintain, save a lot of our money, and the most important of all – they are eco-friendly due to the low amounts of emissions they produce.
If you want to go green and are looking to buy an electrically powered bike or a car, here is a list of all the upcoming electric vehicles in India:
Hyundai plans to launch this SUV in a CKD unit, which means Completely Knocked Down. there will be two variants to the car, one will be 100kW (139PS) motor with a 39kWh battery pack and the other would be a 150kW (204PS) motor with a 64kWh battery pack. It will probably go for 300 km in a single charge.
Expected Launch: July 9, 2019
Expected Price: Rs. 25 Lakh
Competing against the Hyundai Kona Electric SUV and Nissan Leaf EV, the MG eZS will cover 300 km in a single charge. The car will feature Hector’s internet-based iSMART technology as well. MG eZS will produce around 150PS of max power and 350Nm of peak torque. What is worth mentioning that the SUV is capable to go from 0 kmph to 50 kmph in a mere 3.1 seconds.
Expected Launch: Nov 15, 2019
Expected Price: Rs. 25 Lakh
Revolt hasn’t yet clarified the specifications of the battery on the Revolt 400 but we know that it will go 156 kilometres on a single charge, as rated by ARAI. A regular plug point of 15 amperes is enough for the car and it does not require any specialised charging equipment. The bike is a smart motorcycle, and will come with unique features such as Geo-Fencing, bike location, telematics and a first-in-class sound selection feature.
Expected Launch: July 19
Expected Price: Rs. 1 lakh – Rs. 1.3 Lakh
Built on a concept similar to the eVerito, the eKUV by Mahindra will be functioning on a 3-phase AC induction motor with 31 KW, and a lithium-ion battery. The battery comes with fast charging equipment and can be charged up to 80 per cent in less than an hour. The range of the car is 140 km.
Expected Launch: July 20, 2019
Expected Price: Rs. 10 Lakh
The range of the Tork T6X is estimated to be around 100 kilometres, with the top speed 100 km/hr, and is India’s first ever motorbike. It will come with a brushless 6kW motor, at 27Nm of torque, and comes with lithium-ion batteries. The battery can be charged up to 80 per cent in an hour max. The bike will be pitted against TVS Apache RTR 200 4V, KTM Duke 200 and the Bajaj Pulsar AS200, which are quite powerful bikes.
Expected Launch: End 2019
Expected Price: Rs. 1.6 Lakh