The petrol price in India is escalating at an unprecedented level. In some parts of the country, the rate has even crossed the three-digit mark. In the capital, the price of petrol crossed 90 and in some other part of the country, the rate is above Rs 100 per liter. The diesel rates are also not helping the common consumer to look for diesel alternatives as the prices hover over RS 80 per liter for diesel in most parts of the country.
As there are no signs of slowing down or slashing down the existing prices, it is imperative to look on to another EV alternative for four-wheelers.
Let’s look at some of the best option’s available in the market
Tata Nexon EV
In over just six months TATA has written a success story for electric cars in India. This is one of the most reliable EV cars which is both affordable and elegant. This is the Electric version of the generic NEXON the company offers. The company has reportedly sold around 1000 cars in just six months.
MG ZS EV
Morris Garage (MG) has a 49.5 kWh battery pack which is the best in class. The company initially released MG Hector in the Indian market. The success of this had encouraged the company to go for the more adaptable electric version MG ZS EV.
Hyundai Kona Electric
The launching price of this model was around 23.5 lakh. Hyundai later decides to slash the price to 23.71 lakh. The car is equipped with a 39.4 kWh lithium-ion battery that gives out 134bhp horsepower.