New Delhi. The trend of electric cars in the country is increasing gradually. On the one hand, while the government is promoting electric cars and giving subsidies and other facilities on the purchase of it, almost all the big car manufacturing companies have also launched the new electric cars by focusing on the production of electric cars. Other cars including Nexon, Hector have also been launched in the electric firm. At the same time, after Tata’s Nexon, the news is that the electric version of Altroz can also be launched. At the same time, Tata Motors is also planning to launch compact SUV Hornbill in new vehicles. Of course, the running cost of an electric car reads less than the petrol diesel, but after all. It varies from four rupees to 18 rupees, depending on the different cities. An average charge rate of ten rupees per unit is also assumed. The charging cost of electric cars present in India will be known.
Tata Nexon EV:
Unit – 30
Charging Cost – 300
The ex-showroom price of this electric car starts from Rs. 13.99 lakhs. The Tata Nexon EV uses the new Ziptron technology. The car has a 30.2kWh Lithium Ion IP67 rated battery. The electric motor of the electric car generates 129hp power and 254Nm peak torque. The Nexon EV can travel up to 312 km on a single charge. Fast charging is also available in it. The Nexon EV is capable of capturing 0-60kmph in 4.6 seconds and 0-100kmph in less than 10 seconds. The Nexon EV 50 kW DC fast charger charges up to 80 percent within an hour. With the help of the standard 3.3 kW home charger, it takes 7-8 hours to full charge.
MG ZS EV:
Unit – 44
Charging Cost – 440
MG Motor launched its first electric SUV ZS EV in the country. In this SUV, the company has given a battery pack of 44.5kwh which generates power of 143ps and torque of 353Nm. This car can travel up to 419 km on a single charge. At the same time, in 0 to 100 seconds it can reach a speed of 0 to 100. The starting price of this electric car is 21 lakh rupees.
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Hyundai Kona Electric:
Unit – 400
Hyundai launched the first electric car in India, the Kona Electric. In this car, the company has given a battery pack of 39.9kwh which gives this car the power to travel 452 km in a single charge. The starting price of this car is 23 lakh 71 thousand rupees. This car gets charged up to 80 percent in 54 minutes.
Unit – 80
Mercedes-Benz’s EQC is the first electric car. In this car, the company has given a lithium-ion battery of 80kwh. Which gives this car a range of 450 km. At the same time, this Car can be charged in 10 hours at home with a normal charger. At the same time, this car can be fully charged in 90 minutes with the help of a fast charger. This car can accelerate from 0-100 km / h in just 5.1 seconds.