Top selling electric cars in India

Due to rising environmental concerns and frightening levels of pollution in India, the market for electric mobility is expanding rapidly. The two-wheeler segment is spearheading the shift from internal combustion engine-based vehicles to electric mobility because of its economic viability.

Below is the list of Top selling electric cars in India

Tata Nexon

The Tata Nexon EV is equipped with a single electric motor. Transmission options are Manual or Automatic. The cargo capacity for the Nexon EV is 5 people and the vehicle measures 3993mm long by 1811m wide and 2498m long by 2500mm wide.

Starting Price 14.24 Lakh
Sold units (2021) 3,618  total units
Battery capacity 30.2kWh
Tata tigor

Tata Tigor EV is available in four trim levels, with the cheapest model being the XE and the most expensive one being the XL. A Dual-Tone Tata Tigor EV XZ Plus. A 26kWh battery pack powers the vehicle’s electric motor, which produces 75PS and 170Nm of torque. The EV can be charged from 0 to 80 percent with a conventional wall charger in 8.5 hours and a fast charger in 60 minutes.

Starting Price 11.99 Lakh
Sold units (2021) 801 total units
Battery capacity 26 kWh

MG ZS ev

Two models are available for the MG ZS EV – the base model is Excite, while the top model is MG ZS EV Exclusive. A 44.5kWh lithium-ion battery powers the ZS EV’s 143PS and 353Nm electric motor. It has a claimed range of 419 kilometers thanks to an upgraded battery pack. With the 7.4kW charger provided by MG, you’ll be able to charge your battery from 0% to 100% in six or eight hours.

Starting Price 21.49 Lakh
Sold units (2021) 2,798 total units
Battery capacity 44.5 kWh

 

Hyundai Kona

For Kona Electric, Hyundai offers a 39.2kWh battery pack and an electric motor that produces 136PS and 395Nm of torque, respectively. In just 9.7 seconds, the Kona Electric can go from 0 to 100 kilometers per hour. The battery can be charged to 80% in 57 minutes with the 50kW fast charger. With the AC wall-box charger for residential installation, the complete charge takes 6 hours and 10 minutes.

Starting Price 23.77 Lakh
Sold units (2021) 51 total units
Battery capacity 39.2 kWh

Mahindra E Verito 

There’s also a 1.5-liter diesel engine available on Mahindra’s Verito sedan, which serves as a basis for the new car. For power, the e-Verito relies solely on electricity, the same as the e2. At 41PS, it boasts 91Nm of torque and a three-phase 72V electric motor that generates the power.

Price 10.15 Lakh
Sold units (2021) 2 total units
Battery capacity 21.2 kWh

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