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  • With the Goods & Services Tax (GST) Council slashing the tax on electric vehicles (EVs) to 5% from the previous 12% in a bid to curb pollution, Indian buyers can now consider buying EVs. Many car manufacturers are looking at reaping the benefits of the tax cut and launch their electric cars in the days to come. If you are one of those who wish to contribute to the reduction of pollution in the country, you must go for an electric vehicle and to help you decide on which EV to pick, we have compiled a list of the upcoming electric vehicles that will be launched in India in 2019-20.

    1. Tata Nexon EV – The Tata Nexon EV will be the first electric vehicle of Tata Motors to be powered by the Ziptron technology unveiled by the carmaker recently. The Ziptron technology has been designed by keeping India’s climate and traffic conditions in mind. It has also been built to address the concerns of buyers regarding the safety, performance, and range of electric vehicles.
    2. Some of the features and specifications of the Tata Nexon EV have been listed below:

      • It will offer a range of 300 km on a single charge.
      • The battery pack of the Nexon EV is water and dust proof and fulfils the IP67 norms.
      • To optimise cooling, the battery pack of the Nexon EV will use liquid-cooling.
      • Tata Motors is likely to offer 8-year warranty on the battery pack.
      • It is likely to be launched in the first quarter of 2020.
      • The price of the EV may be in the range of Rs.15 to Rs.17 lakh.
    3. Ford Aspire EV – The Ford Aspire EV is the first product to be developed after the strategic partnership of Ford and Mahindra. The electric car will feature a longer wheelbase and a larger boot on the basis of the export-model. The other key features of the Ford Aspire EV have been given below:
      • The Aspire EV may feature a more powerful motor and a high voltage 380V system.
      • The electric car is likely to achieve a top speed of 110 km/hour.
      • The battery pack will be bigger and of 25kWh to offer a range of at least 150 km.
      • The electric powertrain will be developed by Mahindra Electric while Ford will take care of the body shell.
      • The Aspire EV may be priced under Rs.15 lakh and is likely to be launched by the end of 2019.
    4. Maruti Suzuki Wagon R EV – The Wagon R EV will be Maruti Suzuki’s first electric car offering and the carmaker has already begun testing a fleet of cars to collect data for building a car that would be specific to the Indian road and climate conditions. Some of the features of the Wagon R EV have been listed below:
      • The exteriors of the Wagon R EV sports new radiator grille, new projector headlamps, body-coloured bumpers, roof-mounted antenna, etc.
      • As a standard, the Wagon R EV will have child safety door lock, fog lamps, anti-theft system, and collapsible steering column as safety features.
      • The interiors of the Wagon R EV will feature a dual-tone scheme, enhanced door trims, underlined instrument panel, and the seats are covered with premium fabric upholstery.
      • A mileage of 60 km to 80 km can be expected from the Wagon R EV per full charge.
      • It will feature the latest infotainment system such as smartphone connectivity, upgraded user interface, etc.
      • The Wagon R EV is likely to be launched in 2020 at a price below Rs.7 lakh.
    5. Tata Altroz EV - Unveiled at the recent Geneva International Motor Show, the Tata Altroz EV will receive a permanent magnet AC motor that has a single-speed gearbox. The Altroz EV is likely to feature a futuristic concept-like interior and may sport the below-given features:
      • An all-electric powertrain will feature in the Altroz EV with a lithium-ion battery pack.
      • In one hour, the Altroz EV is likely to be 80% charged with the battery pack settling on the floor, resulting in the ultimate improvisation of the handling dynamics.
      • The mileage efficiency of the Altroz EV is expected to be between 250 km and 300 km in a single charge.
      • Once launched, the Altroz EV will become the first ever long-range electric vehicle of Tata in India.
      • A large 8.8-inch infotainment system is likely to be featured in the Altroz EV to render a supreme feel.
      • The expected launch date of the Altroz EV is between January 2020 and December 2020.
    6. Audi e-tron - The e-tron is the first attempt of the German carmaker Audi at a fully electric sports utility vehicle (SUV) and will be loaded with the latest technology. The SUV made an entry to the global market at the Geneva International Motor Show 2018 and is likely to exhibit the below-given features:
      • The e-tron is powered by two electric motors to deliver a combined output of 561 Nm and 360 PS and can achieve 0 to 100 km per hour in 6.6 seconds.
      • Power is drawn by the motors of the e-tron from a 95 kWh battery pack to offer the SUV a range of 400 km plus.
      • In about 30 minutes of charging, the batteries of the e-tron can get charged from 0 to 100%.
      • High definition cameras will be used by the SUV instead of actual wing mirrors and it is the world’s first production car to have rear view mirrors with a virtual camera.
      • A variety of touchscreens adorn the cabin of the e-tron and features air suspension, B&O sound system, etc.
      • The Audi e-tron is expected to launch in India at the end of 2019 or beginning of 2020.

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