This year has been running under the pandemic, and the Indian automakers hope to capitalize on that situation come next year. Moreover, the electric vehicle industry has witnessed many activities, with experts anticipating next year to be a year of numerous electric vehicle brands being rolled out. Some of the encouraging factors for these vehicles’ uptake are their eco-friendly nature, advanced technology, and infrastructure’s ongoing development to support their uptake next year. This article will be surveying five electric cars that will welcome 2021 in style. First is the Mahindra eKUV100, which has been the leading electric car in India because it is the most affordable electric vehicle. This model can cover up to 147 kilometers with a battery pack of 15.9kWh. Additionally, the car charges to 80 percent in one hour with a fast-charging unit. In India, the price of this model is Rs 8.25 lakh. 

The next model is Tata Altroz electric vehicle. This car is an electric version of the advanced Altroz hatchback. The Altroz will be operating with the Ziptron powertrain technology, which comes with a magnetic motor similar to that of the Nexon electric vehicle. This car’s battery pack allows it to cover between 250 and 300 kilometers on a single charge. Additionally, the battery is rechargeable to 80 percent in one hour with a fast-charging system. This model clocks at a price range of Rs 12-14 lakh. 

The third model is the Nissan Leaf, which was a bestseller globally. This model will be gracing the Indian market early next year. The car operates on a 40kWh battery pack, which can sustain it for 400 kilometers before demanding a recharge. The fast-charging capacity of this electric vehicle allows it to charge to 80 percent in 40 minutes. The new models of this car enable it to stay on course in even when maneuvering tight corners. The car’s autopilot feature ensures that it stays within a safe distance from the cars in front and halts when need be. Additionally, some models have an auto parking system that is controlled by the sensors. The car runs for Rs 30 to 35 lakh. 

Next is the Audi e-Tron, which is available in numerous international markets. This model will be entering the Indian market for Rs 1.5 crore. Nevertheless, the model will be imported as an entirely built unit (CBU) from Brussels, and the taxes and duties result from its price escalating to where it is. The model runs on two electric motors which can move the car to 100 kilometers in less than 7 seconds. The car can cover 400 kilometers with the AC and DC charging units. Furthermore, the model can charge to 80 percent in half an hour with the DC fast charging option. 

Finally, we have the Jaguar I-Pace that will be gracing the Indian markets next year. The car can cover 100 kilometers in less than 5 seconds, and its mileage range in a single charge is 470 kilometers. The model goes for a price of Rs 1.2 crore.

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