Top 10 upcoming electric cars in India

The EV market is hotter than ever, and things are about to get even more intense. Many of the brands have set up their EVs to launch in the coming months. So today we bring you a list of ’10 upcoming EVs for the Indian market ‘.

BMW iX

The market will release its flagship electric SUV for the Indian market. The iX sits below the 5-seater compact SUV segment. With this, BMW will take its first step towards building a fully electric portfolio for India. The iX will be offered in two trim levels; xDrive40 and xDrive50.

BMW iX

xDrive40 has a 71kWh battery and a dual engine setup that pumps out 326HP of power and 630Nm of torque. It sprints from 0-100 km / h in just 6.1 seconds. xDrive50 has a larger 105kWh battery, which is coupled to an all-wheel-drive powertrain and provides 523PS of power and 765Nm of torque. It sprints from 0-100 km / h in just 4.6 seconds. This car will be launched on December 13, 2021.

BMW i4

Right next to the iX SUV, BMW is also planning to release its i4 all-electric four-door coupe. The design of this car is inspired by the 4-series sedans. The old design is merged into the new electrifying and edgy look. This car is equipped with a battery of 81.5 kWh which is good to drive this car to 480 km.

BMW i4

It is powered by a rear-mounted electric motor that produces 335HP of maximum power. This coupe also gets an M50 variant that brings the ‘M’ badge with it and a dual engine that puts out 536HP of power to bring it down to 100 in just 3.7 seconds.

Mini Cooper SE

Another car from under the older owner BMW, will be the MINI Copper SE electric three-door hatchback. It became so popular that within two hours after the bookings opened, all thirty units of this electric MINI were sold out. It gets a 28.9kWh battery that powers a motor on the front wheels to produce 184PS of power and 270Nm of peak torque. With a smaller battery, this car packs a maximum range of 185 km in one charge.

Mini Cooper SE

Tesla Model 3

Tesla has become a pioneer brand when it comes to electric cars, and finally the wait is over. Tesla is coming to India, and the first car to be released under the brand name will be the Model 3. Model 3 is the most affordable of all Teslas and is offered with a wide variety of trims.

Tesla Model 3

From standard to the one with the longest range to the most performance-oriented model, the brand offers something for everyone’s driving preferences. The top spec as Tesla Model 3 Performance offers a 76kWh battery that offers a range of 506 Km. This battery drives all four wheels to deliver 480HP of power and 640Nm of torque.

Ford Mustang Mach-E

Although Ford has announced a restructuring of its Indian arm, this also means that we will be seeing more of the brand’s imported cars starting with the Mach-E. With the iconic badge of a Mustang, the Mach-E gives you the ride of a crossover with the performance of a sports car.

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This car is available in a bunch of variants, allowing you to choose from a wide range. The GT is the ultimate performance engine with 480 HP and 600 lb-ft torque and eAWD, taking it from 0-60mph in just 3.8 seconds. It is powered by an 88kWh battery which gives it a real range of about 435Km.

Volvo XC40 Recharge

Volvo will soon release its XC40 charger, but this time we get to see a fully electric model as opposed to the already available plug-in hybrid. In terms of design, the PHEV and the all-electric version share an unusual resemblance to the only difference from the grille covered with a pure electric panel.

Volvo XC40 Recharge

The car is powered by a 78kWh battery which gives it a range of maximum 418Km. The dual motors on this EV give it a total power output of 408HP and 660Nm.

2022 Hyundai Kona Electric

The 2022 Kona Electric is all set to set foot in the Indian market with some nice changes. In the styling department, the car gets new bumpers both front and rear. It also gets a new set of wheels. On the inside, the interior has been slightly modified, and we also get to see a 10.3-inch digital display and an infotainment system of similar size.

Hyundai Kona Electric 2022

The car gets two battery packs; 64 kWh and 39.2 kWh. while both variants produce the same torque of 395Nm, the power output is 201HP and 136HP respectively.

Mahindra eKUV100

The very popular Mahindra KUV100 is ready to come out as a pure EV. The eKUV is based on the same design as its ICE counterpart, with only subtle design changes that make the two separate. Thus, the electric car is provided with the battery and the motor at the front where the motor sat, and also gets some blue colors around the grille and on the tires.

Mahindra eKUV100

It is powered by a 15.9 kWh battery that offers a fairly small range of 147 km. the 40kW motor powers its front wheels and sets out 40Hp of power and 120Nm of torque.

Tata Tiago EV

We get to see another EV from the homemade brand Tata. The Tiago had sold a decent number of units for the gasoline-powered car, and it’s only a matter of time before we figure out how the Electric avatar of this car would perform in the industry. This car will be powered by a 26kWh motor which gives it a range of about 306Km. This engine provides 74.7PS of power and 170Nm of torque. The car also has two driving modes; Drive and Sport.

Tata Tiago EV

Renault Kwid K-ZE

The Kwid K-ZE is the electric version of the Kwid. This car is sold under the name City K-ZE in the Chinese market and Renault has plans to bring it to the Indian market. The car sold in the Chinese market is powered by a 26.8 kWh battery and a motor that drives the front wheel.

Read also: India-Bound Two-Wheelers unveiled at EICMA 2021

Renault K ZE

The maximum power for this engine is 44PS and has a maximum torque output of 125Nm. It supports DC-fast charging and also features modern technology such as an 8-inch touchscreen infotainment system.

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