With electric cars becoming more and more popular in India, many companies have hinted to bring their best EVs in the country. Tata with Nexon EV, MG with ZS EV and Hyundai with Kona Electric have already taken over the market by storm. Let’s have a look at the electric cars from various manufacturers expected to launch in India in 2020.
Upcoming Electric Cars in India in 2020
|Model||Expected Price||Battery Capacity||Range||Charging Time||Top Speed|
|Audi e-Tron||₹90 lakh-1 crore||95 kWh||400 km||NA||200kmph|
|Porsche Taycan||₹1.08 crore||79.2 kWh||333-407 km||NA||250kmph|
|BMW i3||₹1 crore||42 kWh||150-200 km||5 hours||150kmph|
|Jaguar I-Pace||₹1 crore||90 kWh||470 km||80% in 10hrs||320kmph|
|Nissan Leaf||₹35 lakh-₹40 lakh||40 kWh||230-250 km||8 hours||NA|
|Volkswagen ID3||₹30 lakh-₹45 lakh||45 kWh||330 km||NA||NA|
|Mahindra XUV300 EV||₹18 lakh||40 kWh||200-300 km||NA||NA|
|Mahindra eKUV100||₹9 lakh-₹10 lakh||15.9 kWh||140 km||6-8 Hours||NA|
|Mahindra-Ford Aspire EV||₹6 lakh-₹8 lakh||NA||200-300 km||NA||NA|
The brands like Audi, Jaguar, Porsche and BMW are expected to launch the luxury electric cars in India this year. Mahindra will be dwelling into the budget EV segment with its offerings.
If you don’t want to wait for the launch, you can have a look at these electric cars that are already in the market.
EVs in India (Already Launched)
|Model||Price||Battery Capacity||Range||Charging Time||Top Speed|
|MG ZS EV||₹19.88 lakh||44.5 kWh||340 km||6-8 hours||140kmph|
|Tata Nexon EV||₹13.99 lakh||30.2 kWh||312 km||8 hours||120kmph|
|Hyundai Kona Electric||₹23.86 lakh||39.2 kWh||452 km||6 hours||167kmph|
|Tata Tigor EV||₹11.37 lakh||16.2 kWh||142 km||6 hours||80kmph|
|Mahindra eVerito||₹10.39 lakh||21.2 kWh||181 km||11-12 hours||86kmph|
*The prices listed here are for the base models
The first three are one of the most sought EVs in the market right now with Tata Nexon EV being the latest entrant.
Be it the upcoming electric cars or the already launched ones, India is surely heading towards an electrified future. What’s your take? Let us know in the comment section.1