Top 4 India's Best Electric Cars to Buy Under Rs. 25 Lakh
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Top 4 India's Best Electric Cars to Buy Under Rs. 25 Lakh

Rising gasoline costs have been a source of anxiety for ordinary people, who are compelled to pay up to Rs 100 for a litre of petrol. On the other hand, Diesel price is getting closer to petrol, with the price gap reduced to only Rs 5 per litre. Furthermore, global warming is looming as a serious concern, with all-time high temperatures reported in Canada and Antarctica and floods wreaking devastation all around the globe.

Given these considerations, nations like India are pushing for more electric vehicles on the road and providing different subsidies to encourage the rapid adoption of electric cars. On the one hand, customers want genuine alternatives, yet there are just a few electric cars under Rs 25 lakh in India. With the debut of the Tata Tigor EV, we thought we'd give you a short reminder on the electric car alternatives available in the Indian market right now.

Tata Tigor EV

One of the top in the list is Tata Motors, which has just been the first carmaker in India to offer two different electric vehicles under Rs 15 lakh with over 300 kilometres of all-electric range. Thanks to the Tigor EV, which had recently been released for a starting price of Rs 11.99 lakh. There are three models to select from, with the top-spec model costing Rs 12.99, making it the most inexpensive EV with a range of 306 kilometres. Tata Motors' Nexon EV is the next electric vehicle on the market.

With a 26.4 kWh battery and a range of a little over 300 kilometres on a single charge, the new Tigor now has Ziptron technology. The automobile has two driving modes: Drive and Sports, with the latter giving you total control. In that regard, the automobile is equipped with a front-mounted Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor that produces 75 horsepower and 170 Nm of torque. Around 8.5 hours using a 15A outlet is enough to charge the Tigor EV. The battery can be recharged to 80 percent using a Fast charger in roughly 60 minutes.

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Tata Nexon EV

Next up is the Nexon EV that has been the most inexpensive electric SUV in India. It costs around Rs 6 to 7 lakh less than its closest competitor, the MG ZS EV. Furthermore, the car's stats are nothing short of amazing. The Tata Nexon EV has a 30.2 kWh battery with a range of 312 kilometres on a single charge. It has a front-mounted Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor that produces 129PS of power and 245 Nm of torque.

Around 8.5 hours using a 15A outlet is enough to charge the Nexon EV. The battery can be recharged to 80 percent using a Fast charger in roughly 60 minutes. The Nexon EV has a starting price of Rs 13.99 lakh and may go up to Rs 16.85 lakh. iRA connected suite includes 30+ capabilities such as remote diagnosis, range, and charge status in the package.

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MG ZS EV

There's no doubt that the ZS-EV had to work extra hard to make its mark in India, given it was MG's second vehicle in the country. The good news is that it didn't let us down! In terms of design, the ZS EV is attractive and closely matches its petrol-powered sibling marketed elsewhere. A 44.5kWh lithium-ion battery powers the ZS EV's single motor with liquid cooling. M.G. says it will have an all-electric range of up to 350km, which puts it on par with Nexon's range. That means it can go from zero to 100kmph in only 8.5 seconds, with 143 horsepower and 353 Nm of torque.

In addition, the ZS EV comes with three driving modes: Eco (Eco mode), Normal (Normal mode), and Sport (Sport mode). MG has placed 50kW DC Fast Chargers at its dealerships for charging. There is a 50-minute time limit for charging the automobile. There will also be a 7.4kW AC home charger installed by the firm.

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Hyundai Kona Electric

The Kona Electric was India's first electric SUV. Hyundai's decision to electrify one of the world's most recognisable emblems speaks volumes about the car's ambitions. In comparison to our previous models, the Kona is more costly, but it comes with several luxury features.

The Kona Electric is equipped with a 39.2-kilowatt-hour lithium-ion polymer battery, which Hyundai claims has a range of 452 kilometres. It is a step higher than what we've seen thus far. A total of 4 different driving modes are available to you: Eco+, Eco+, Comfort, and Sport settings.

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Conclusion

India's electric vehicle revolution has officially begun! Only a handful of full-fledged electric cars (EVs) are available today, and none of them is suitable for everyday commutes. The electric vehicle revolution has been dominating India's two-wheeler and three-wheeler markets. Only a handful of full-fledged electric cars (EVs) are available today, and none of them is suitable for everyday commutes. Charging stations, a long-range battery, and road infrastructure are all necessary for EVs to thrive. India has a small number of electric automobiles made by reputable automakers like Tata Motors and Hyundai. There is good news in that every carmaker is now focusing more on introducing electric vehicles in an affordable range, and there will be many more to emerge in the future years. So, keep an eye out for further information.

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