In few weeks, two new electric SUV's, the Morris Garrage ZS EV and Tata Nexon EV's will hit the India market. Others in the league would be the Audi Etron, Kia Soul, Jaquar i-Pace, Renault City K-ZE, Nissan Leaf and Maruti Suzuki WagonR EV debuting over the next few weeks
A cool breeze of hot electric vehicles is hitting the Indian landscape. In a few weeks, two new electric SUVs, the Morris Garrage ZS EV and Tata Nexon EV will hit the India market and the story shall continue in the subsequent months.
Though India is a bit late to the EV mania it is catching up fast with half-a-dozen new vehicles hitting the market in 2020, and almost all coming with a high driveability range of 350-500 km on a single charge.
Others in the league would be the Audi Etron, Kia Soul, Jaquar i-Pace, Renault City K-ZE, Nissan Leaf and Maruti Suzuki WagonR EV debuting over the next few weeks, while Mahindra, the erstwhile EV leader is planning some really big products like eKUV100 and super-specialist Battista sportscar.
We recently drove the MG ZS EV that takes shape of an SUV like its current peers Hyundai Kona and the Nexon. Besides the shrill operation and the noise-free drive there also a huge bonus of super-fast acceleration coming with every electric vehicle.
Unlike gradual accelerating fossil fuels - petrol and diesel-, electric vehicles gain instant traction right from the word go, imitating a sports car drive.
The biggest EV advantage is its super low running-cost, sometimes as low as a rupee to a kilometer against 5-7/kilometre of the traditional fossil fuels. It's even cheaper to the Rs 3/km of the Compressed Natural Gas or the CNG powered vehicles.
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