Top 4 Electric Cars - The Cheapest From Indian Manufacturers
Most of the electric cars available in India, however, most of them are cars of foreign manufacturing companies whose range is fine but their price goes out of the budget of a common man. In such a situation, people are not able to switch from their fuel-based cars to electric ones. However, the definition of electric mobility within India is going to change in the coming month as Indian automobile companies are now bringing low-range high-range electric cars. Today we brought to you the details of those cheap electric cars, by Indian automakers, which are going to be seen speeding up Indian roads in the coming months.
Here are top 4 cheapest Indian-manufactured electric cars:
1. Storm R3 - Starting price: $6,127
2. Tata Altroz - Price: $7,159 - $7,690
3. Mahindra eKUV100 - Price: $10,889 - $12,250
4. Mahindra eXUV300 - Price: $19,058
Details of 4 cheapest electric cars made in India:
1. Storm R3
Starting price: $6,127
|Photo: Strom Motors|
The Strom R3 electric car is going to be launched in India soon. It is actually a three-wheeled car. Let us tell you that this electric car will get a space to sit for two people. However, this electric car is going to be able to give a good range. Let me tell you that this will be the cheapest electric car found in India. Lithium-ion batteries have been used in it, which will be launched in the market with a warranty of 1 lakh kilometers or 3 years. The company has also started booking this car at a token amount of Rs 10,000. It is going to be the cheapest electric car in India that can be launched in the coming months. Let us tell you that this electric car will be able to cover a range of 200 km in a single charge.
2. Tata Altroz
Price: $7,159 - $7,690
|Photo: Maxabout Autos|
Tata Motors has developed an all-electric version of the new Altroz hatchback. Tata has made public that the Altroz's lithium-ion battery pack has a 'target range' of 250-300km, and can be charged to 80 percent in 60 minutes with DC fast charging.
3. Mahindra eKUV100
Price: $10,889 - $12,250
|Photo: EV Duniya|
The Mahindra eKUV100 has also been modeled on the company's Mahindra KUV100 mini SUV. The Mahindra eKUV100 has a 15.9 kW liquid cool motor that generates 54Ps of power with 120NM torque. According to the information, due to its powerful battery, this SUV will be able to cover a range of about 147 km. According to the information, it takes only 50 minutes to charge 80 percent due to the fast charging feature of this car.
4. Mahindra eXUV300
|Photo: EVO India|
Mahindra is bringing its popular SUV based on Mahindra XUV300 electric car named Mahindra eXUV300. Let us tell you that this car will be very similar in terms of design to Mahindra XUV300. According to the information, this car can be run up to 375 kilometers on a single charge. Let us know that the eXUV300 is the electric avatar of the company's popular subcompact SUV. In terms of design, the Mahindra eXUV300 will remain largely the same as the XUV300, although there will be some major updates to the design as well. The pre-existing Kona Electric SUV and MG ZS EV in India are expected to compete with Mahindra's new electric SUV. The eXUV300 is built on the Mahindra Scalable and Modular Architecture.
Electric Cars in India
Currently, there are 8 electric cars on sale in India. Of these, the Strom Motors R3 is the cheapest EV while the Jaguar I-Pace is the most expensive electric car in India. Upcoming electric cars in India include BMW i3, Mahindra XUV300 Electric and Tesla Model 3 among others.
Electric Cars Price List 2021
|Jaguar I-Pace||Rs. 1.05 - 1.12 Cr*|
|Strom Motors R3||Rs. 4.50 Lakh*|
|Mercedes-Benz EQC||Rs. 1.04 Cr*|
|Tata Nexon EV||Rs. 13.99 - 16.39 Lakh*|
|MG ZS EV||Rs. 20.99 - 24.18 Lakh*|
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