5 electric cars will be run on Indian roads, companies are preparing for the launch
Increasing fuel prices and the amount of pollution per day is becoming a matter of concern for all. With the Central Government now preparing vehicles from the BS6 engine after 2020, the market will be in the same market. With it, automotive companies are also putting more emphasis on the production of electronic cars. The government is also supporting this and it has made it compelling to have an electric charging point in society. Looking at this, it seems that now the infrastructure for electric cars is also being prepared in the country.
In the year 2019, some car makers have made preparations to launch their own cars. The country’s largest car maker Maruti Suzuki is also preparing to launch its best selling hatchback car, Wagon R, in an electric version. The company does not want to leave any job in testing it. On the other hand, Renault Kvid is also planning to launch the most-sold family car, the Queen, in the electric version.
5 electric cars to be launched this year
1. Nissan Leaf:
Nissan Leaf, the best-selling car in the electric vehicle segment, and the best known for clean mobility are NISSON LEAF. Now the company wants to launch this car in the Indian market very soon. The car is likely to be launched in India in May or June this year.
2. Renault David EV:
Renault also plans to launch its All-Electric version of its most affordable hatchback car. The Zero emission version of KV was first presented at the 2012 Paris Motor Show. Quiddel Electric will be the smallest car sold in India. The price of which can be between 6 to 8 lakh.
3. Tata Teago EV:
The electric versions of Tata Motors’ most popular hatchback car Teaago will also appear on Indian roads. It is likely to be launched by the next July 2019. Currently, the company is producing it.
4. Maruti Suzuki Vegan R Electric:
Maruti Suzuki is not a new name in the Indian auto sector. Its Wagon R hatchback car has been the leading choice among people for years. Now the company is going to launch it in an electric version. It is currently being tested for 50 units. This car was also spotted at times of testing.
5. Mahindra KUV100 EV:
The KUV100 is the best option for people who want to go from compact cars to hatchback cars. The company had already decided that KUV100 is to be launched in the electric version.
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