Electric Car In India With Long Range, Fast Charging, Check Here


Electric Car In India With Long Range, Fast Charging, Check Here

Electric cars are definitely the future, and every year carmakers in India are coming up with new battery-powered vehicles. However, India is still far behind in terms of EV infrastructure. The lack of public charging stations and high prices (despite government subsidies) have reduced the use of electric vehicles.

Driving range is also one of the biggest concerns for a car buyer considering an electric vehicle. But the new wave of electric cars is capable of some very respectable range, which means you can plan long road trips with your family and friends.

Which are the best long range electric cars for sale in India today? Here, we have listed the top 5 electric cars in the country that promise high range as per ARAI.

2022 MG ZS EV: It is equipped with a 50.3 kWh battery pack which is claimed to have an ARAI 461 Km on a single charge, however, the real life range is expected to be 380-400 kms. According to the company, the battery has passed 8 special safety tests, which include fire, collision, dust, smoke etc. With the 7.4kW AC wall box charger, the ZS gets 0-100 percent charged in 8.5 to 9 hours and 0-80 percent on a 50kW DC charger in just 60 minutes.

Hyundai Kona: It is powered by a 39.3kWh lithium-ion battery that offers an ARAI-certified range of 452km. It takes 57 minutes to fully charge with a 50kW DC fast charger and 6 hours and 10 minutes from a standard AC power socket.

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Tata Nexon EV Max: Tata Motors has recently unveiled the new Nexon EV Max. The biggest highlight of the Nexon EV Max is its ARAI-certified range which is 437km on a full charge. It has a battery pack of 40.5 kWh. It can be charged in 15-16 hours with a 3.3 kW charger. Whereas with 7.2 kWh charger in 6.5 hours and 50 kWh fast charge can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in 56 minutes.

Volvo XC40 Recharge: It is powered by a dual-electric motor mated to a 78 kWh battery pack that claims a range of up to 418 km. Volvo claims that the SUV can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in 4.9 seconds.

Mercedes-Benz EQC: It has an 85 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. With a charger of 7.5 kW, it can be fully charged in 10 hours. At the same time, with a fast charger of 50 kW, a full charge can be done in just 90 minutes. Its range is 414 kilometer.


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