These electric cars spend up to just Rs 1.15 per km, you can get up to 470 km range!

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Now slowly people are becoming aware of electric cars. However, sales of electric cars have not climbed very high yet. From April to September 2020, only 1874 electric cars were sold in the country, of which 1151 electric cars were sold by Tata Nexon EV. Although the infrastructure of electric cars has not been so strong yet, the range is also a big problem in their purchase. We are telling you about electric cars with a range of up to 470 km ...


Mahindra eVerito

It is the oldest electric car in the country and is widely used in government departments. Mahindra eVerito has a length of 4247 mm, 1740 mm width, and 1540 mm height. Its curb weight is 1265 kg. It has a 72-volt lithium battery of 21.2 kWh. The company claims that its running cost is only Rs 1.15 per km. At the same time, it takes only 18 units for a full charge of 7 rupees per unit and its range is up to 181 km. Its price ranges from 9.13 lakhs to 11.6 lakhs rupees.


Tata Tigor EV

Initially, when it was launched, it was available only to taxi takers. The company has now removed its edition for private users as well. The Tigor EV, which falls in the compact sedan segment, has a length of 3992mm, 1677mm in width, and 1537mm in height. It has a 21.5 kWh lithium-ion battery. Its range is 213 km in full charging. It gets a full charge in 11.5 hours of normal charging, while fast charging brings up to 80 percent of a full charge in 2 hours. Its ex-showroom price ranges from Rs 11.7 lakh to Rs 13 lakh. At the same time, after the Fame-2 scheme, it gets a discount of Rs 2.15 lakh.


Tata Nexon EV

It is the best-selling electric car in the country. It had the highest sales of 303 units in September 2020 and contributed 61.42 percent of the total sales of electric cars in the half from April to September 2020. Nexon has Tata's ZConnect technology offering 35 connected car features. It has a 30.2 kWh battery, whose battery can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in just one hour with the help of a fast charger. Whereas with a standard 15-ampere charger, it takes eight hours to charge 20 to 100 percent. Its range is 312 km and top speed is up to 120 km / h. Its ex-showroom price is between Rs 13.99 lakh and Rs 15.99 lakh.

MG ZS EV

In the last six months, it has sold only 514 units. The ZS EV comes in two variants - Excite and Exclusive. It includes auto headlamps, an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with smartphone connectivity, tire pressure monitoring system, 6 airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, hill-start assist, hill-descent control, rear parking sensor, and rear camera and electronic parking Features like brakes are standard. It gets a 44.5 kWh liquid-cooled IP67 rated battery, which generates 142 PS of power and 353 Nm of torque. The company claims that this car can travel up to 340 km on a full charge. Its top speed is 140 kilometers per hour. The MG ZS electric SUV has priced between Rs 20.88 lakh to Rs 23.58 lakh (ex-showroom).

Hyundai Kona

From April to September 2020 this year it has sold only 100 units. It has a 39.2 kWh battery, which after full charging, this car can travel up to 452 kilometers. The Kona SUV comes with an electric motor that generates 136 PS of power and 395 Nm of torque. This car can hold speeds from 0 to 100 kilometers in less than 10 seconds. The top speed of the car is 155 kilometers per hour. Hyundai offers a 7.2kW AC wall charger with its EV Kona that can charge up to 100 percent of the battery is up to 6 hours. Its top speed is up to 167 km per hour. At the same time, its ex-showroom price is between Rs 23.75 lakh to Rs 28.04 lakh.

Mercedes Benz EQC

Mercedes Benz India has launched its first electric SUV. It is the first luxury SUV in the Indian market with an on-road price of Rs 99.30 lakh, which is only for the first 50 customers of the launch. After this, its price will increase. In Mercedes-Benz's new electric car, customers will get a top speed of 180 kilometers per hour. The Mercedes-Benz EQC will give a range of 450 to 471 km on a single charge. The new electric car can accelerate from 0-100 kilometers per hour in just 5.1 seconds. This car has an 80kWH lithium-ion battery, two electric motors, maximum power of 402 bhp and generates peak torque of 765 Nm. The Mercedes-Benz EQC will take 10 hours on a full charge. At the same time, this electric car will be fully charged in just 90 minutes under fast charging.