Top 10 Electric Vehicles EV in India

1. Tesla Model 3

Why it’s Best?

The Model 3 offers well-rounded performance and a big range at a price that is more accessible to the typical user. The Model 3 (and its Model Y brother) have a minimalist interior design, which is a departure from what most buyers are used to. USB-C connections and a wireless charging pad are now standard. It features a motorised trunk, a new set of 19-inch wheels, and black exterior trim in place of chrome. One of the most stunning electric vehicles on the market is the Tesla Model 3.

Car model type : Model 3

chargers used: CCS type 2 connector

Price: starting price is 60 Lakh

Seater: 5 seater sedan

2. Nissan Leaf

Why its best: It’s hard to think the Nissan Leaf has been on the market for a decade—the electric hatchback has come a long way since its debut in 2010, when it had a range of only 73 miles. On various trim levels, the Leaf can travel more than 200 miles on a single charge. This version has higher power and a longer range than the original Leaf—up to 226 miles vs 149 miles on the standard Leaf. The Leaf provides a peaceful ride, with less road and wind noise entering the cabin. A 40-kWh lithium-ion battery and an electric motor with 147 horsepower and 236 lb-ft of torque come standard on the Nissan Leaf.

Car model type : S,SV,S Plus, SV Plus

Chargers used: Type 2 and CHAdeMO.

Price: starting price is 30 Lakh

Seater: 5 seater

3. Hyundai Ioniq

Why it’s best?

In the not-too-distant future, Hyundai’s electric vehicle sub-brand will be known as Ioniq. Although the Ioniq’s 170-mile range should be sufficient for most daily driving scenarios, it still falls short of the competition. The Ioniq isn’t really enjoyable to drive. A 38.3-kWh battery drives a 100-kW electric motor in the Ioniq. In SE level, the Ioniq comes with an 8.0-inch infotainment touchscreen. The build quality is excellent, and the technology and driver-assist functions are functional. The Ioniq EV speed to 60 mph in 8.4 seconds in MotorTrend testing.

Car model type : 3 model the electric, the plug-in and the hybrid.

chargers used: Type 2 connector

price: starting price is 20 Lakh

Seater: 5 seater

4. Tata Nexon EV

Why it’s best?

The Tata Nexon EV is an all-electric version of the popular Tata Nexon compact SUV.  The 30.2kWh lithium-ion battery pack which comes with a 129hp motor, a 312km ARAI-certified range, with an 8-year/160,000-kilometer warranty. The Tata Nexon EV is sold in few cities and which comes at a priced at a premium to the standard petrol and diesel Nexons. the Nexon EV is one of the most impressive EV SUVs electric car. Its Li-ion Polymer battery has liquid cooling to keep temperatures low even after a long drive.

Car model type : It has 5 variant XM, XZ Plus, XZ Plus Dark Edition, XZ Plus LUX and XZ Plus Lux Dark Edition

Chargers used: CCS 2 fast charging standard

Price: starting price is 14.24 Lakh

Seater: 5 seater

5. MG ZS EV

Why it’s best?

The MG brand offers a luxury electric vehicle that is considered one of India’s best electric vehicles. It is propelled by a motor that is identical to that found in the Tata Nexon EV.It has spacious cabin and awesome performance. The 448-litre trunk area, diamond-cut machined alloy wheels, and power-assisted electronic steering are just a few of the highlights of which is well-designed SUV. It can also generate a massive 353 Nm of torque. Its battery Capacity is approx 44.5kWh.

Car Model: 2 Excite and exclusive

Chargers used: type 2 charger (AC fast charger)

Price: starting price is 21 Lakh

Seater: 5 seater

6. Hyundai Kona Electric

Why it’s best?

The Kona Electric is one of the best electric vehicles, thanks to its sophisticated Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor (PMSM). It has a powerful pickup that can reach up to 100 kilometres per hour in less than ten seconds. At 395 Nm, this automobile has a lot of torque. Under the optimum conditions, the Kona Electric can create roughly 134bhp. The battery capacity is 39.2kWh. New 10.3-inch instrument cluster display, new external design. On a full charge, Hyundai claims you can get roughly 270 kilometres of driving. That is sufficient to cause ‘range anxiety.’

Chargers used: It uses SAE Combined Charging Connector (CCS) to connect to a level 3 DC fast charger.

Price: starting price is 23 Lakh

Seater: 5 seater

7. Audi E tron Sportsback

Why it’s best?

Audi is contending for attention in this market with four electric SUVs, the most recent of which are the tiny Q4 E-Tron versions. The appealing sloped-roof Q4 Sportback E-Tron is a stylish alternative to the Q4 E-Tron SUV. The Q4 Sportback E-Tron has a system output of 295 horsepower, with two electric motors driving all four wheels for all-wheel drive. The EPA estimates a range of 241 miles, which is the same as the normal Q4 E-Tron. Audi is known for its technologically advanced interiors, but the Q4 Sportback E-Tron takes it to new heights. On the vehicle’s touchscreen, drivers can select one of four light signatures.

Car Model: SUV

Chargers used: J1172 plug type for level 2 charging

Price: starting price is 1.19 crore

Seater: 5 seater

8. Ford Mustang Mach E

Why it’s best?

The Ford Mustang Mach-E is an electric crossover with four doors. Mach-E have a long electric driving range and a fascinating way to enjoy a fuel-free lifestyle. Electric drivetrain with plenty of punch. The two-door, V-8-powered muscle automobile is just too famous to be forgotten. There’s really little unnecessary body motion, and it’ll even do neat small drifts when exiting corners. The base-model standard range rear-drive Mach-E sprints from 0-60 mph in 6.0 seconds and has a range of 230 miles per charge, according to the EPA. The battery packs in these versions have a capacity of 75.7 kWh and can be charged at up to 115 kW using a DC fast charger.

Chargers used: 240-volt NEMA 14-50 high power outlet.

Price: starting price is 70 lakh

Seater: 5 seater

9. Jagur I pace

Why it’s best?

The I-Pace, Jaguar’s long-awaited entrance into the luxury EV sector, was released in 2021. It has a modern design that sets it apart from other SUVs on the market. It is powered by a 90-kilowatt-hour battery. AWD is standard, and two motors produce a total of 400hp and 696Nm. However, it comes in three different versions, each with its own set of customization possibilities. This luxury electric SUV has a WLTP range of 470 kilometres, according to the manufacturer.

chargers used: SAE J1772 Level 2 cables

price: starting price is 1.05 crore

Seater: 5 seater

10. Mahindra Electric eVerito

Why it’s best?

The Mahindra Verito eVerito is an all-electric version of the Mahindra Verito sedan. Only one powertrain choice is available, with a claimed range of 140 kilometres on a single charge. The eVerito is eligible for sops and has minimal operating expenses, but it is costly to purchase. The electric motor of the eVerito produces the equivalent of 41 horsepower.

Chargers used: DC fast charging is used

Price: starting price is 10.5 lakh

Seater: 5 seater

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