A switch to electric vehicles can be a boon for the people as it helps to curb the rising air pollution. According to a latest report by Economics Times, electric vehicles across all segments are displacing 1 million barrels of oil demand per day.
Slowly and steadily, electric cars are gaining importance. The reason could be simple. It just requires charging and hence it is ready for a long ride. With a massive increase in the price range of fuels, automobile companies are providing an alternate option to people by making electric cars.
Here is a list of cars which you can look out for if you are interested in buying an electric car.
Mercedes Benz EQC
This four-wheeler is a perfect blend of size, power and speed. Its specification includes an 80kWH battery on the Electric Intelligence (EQC) which gives 408hp of power. Apart from this, it has 760 Nm of torque and a claimed range of 414 km. Certainly, this range is lower in comparison to ZS EV and Kona Electric.
MG ZS EV
Morris Garage has come up with a nice electric car option. MG ZS EV gives you features like a 44.5kWh battery which has the potential to push 143hp of power. It can even release 353Nm of torque with a claimed range of 419 km on a single charge.
Hyundai Kona Electric
Even kids know if their parents own a Hyundai car or not because Hyundai cars are more popular amongst the buyers in the market. One of its cars named Kona consists of a 39kWh battery which is smaller than the battery of the MG ZS EV. Kona can travel up to 452 km in one charge but sometimes this number could be different.
Tata Nexon EV
Tata Nexon EV is an electric car version of a famous fuel-based and mid-sized SUV from a reputed auto brand. The SUV is a package of 30.2kWh battery which gives 129hp of power and 245Nm of torque. The full driving range of this car is 312 km on a single charge.
Tata Tigor EV
Currently in India, Tata Tigor EV is an affordable electric car. Tata Motors says that Tigor EV can run up to 213 km on a single charge and it is certified by Automotive Research Association of India (ARAI). The car's battery build-up takes up to 12 hours of charging when kept at home after using a power outlet.
So if you are planning to buy a car that can ride you to any place you want, an electric car is a good choice to invest in.