Popular Electric Cars available in India
EVs have been a topic of discussion for more than ten years, and they are already common in many
regions of the world. Indians are adopting EVs quicker than ever, despite the fact that it takes some time
to reach them. This is quite clear from the lengthy list of automobiles that are already available in India
and the even longer list of forthcoming ones. A comprehensive range of smart vehicles, including entry-
level hatchbacks, sedans, SUVs, and even sports or luxury automobiles, will be available on the Indian EV
market in 2023.
Even though these automobiles are priced substantially higher, they are a terrific investment for the
foreseeable future and are much easier on the budget over time. While other automakers are introducing and releasing their own electric cars in India, Tata has found success in the country’s EV market. While MG Motors, Hyundai, and Kia have each unveiled their various EVs in India, Mahindra even went as far as to tease five electric SUVs. Lets discuss the popular electric cars available in Indian market.
MG Comet EV
The adorable hatchback was released in 2023 and is offered in Pace, Play, and Plush trim levels. It sports
12-inch steel wheels with wheel covers, front and rear LED light bars, turn indicators that are positioned horizontally, and an illuminated MG logo. This is the MG brand’s second electric vehicle model. The MG
Comet EV is propelled by an engine with 41 horsepower and 110 Nm of torque and a 17.3 kWh battery
pack. The car’s stated range is 230 kilometers on a single full charge. Inside, it includes two 10.25-inch
monitors, dual airbags, wireless Apple CarPlay and Android Auto connectivity, and a reverse parking
camera. Starting at Rs. 7.98 lakh, the quirky little hatchback can be purchased for up to Rs. 10.63 lakh for
the top-end variant.
Tata Tiago EV
Tata intended to introduce an electric hatchback to the Indian market, thus it did it in September 2022
with the release of the Tiago EV. It is now the market’s most cheap electric hatchback. The four available
Tiago EV models are the XE, XT, XZ+, and XZ+ Tech Lux. The blanked-off grille with the distinguishing tri-
arrow design on both ends stands out on the fascia of the Tiago EV. The Tiago EV is distinguished from
the standard model by electric blue inlays and an EV emblem on the grille.
The digital instrument cluster and air vents inside even have electric blue accents. It has a Harman
touchscreen infotainment system, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, a height-adjustable driver seat, and
automatic temperature control. The price of the clever hatchback is somewhat more than that of the ICE
model, ranging from Rs. 8.69 to Rs. 12.04 lakh.
Tata Tigor EV
The Tata Tigor EV is among the most well-liked and reasonably priced alternatives on the list. It has a
tremendous range, is well-built, safe, and has a ton of high-end features, making it a terrific overall package. One of the safest EV cars in the nation, it has room for five passengers and even has a 4-star GNCAP certification. It isn’t very eye-catching, but it has an intriguing design with a roofline that resembles a coupe.
It doesn’t really differ much from the typical Tigor in most ways. For a car this size, the electric motor’s
meager 41 horsepower is underwhelming. The speed plateaus at 50 kmph, but the performance is
sufficient to keep up with traffic. The ride is passable, and the steering is light. It is a great automobile to
think about for everyday commuting thanks to its decent 306 km, which makes it a fair choice for urban
Mahindra introduced its smart electric SUV, the first electric SUV from the brand after models like the
eVerito, e2o, and e2o Plus, in an effort to dominate sales in the EV sector. Three variations of the
XUV400 are available from Mahindra: the EC (3.3 kW), EC (7.2 kW), and EL (7.2 kW). A 7.0-inch
touchscreen with AdrenoX software, a single-pane sunroof, and linked vehicle technologies are included
in the top-spec model.
The electric SUV is based on the XUV300, and like its ICE counterpart, it has a roomy interior packed with
high-end comforts, amenities, and conveniences. The safety kit includes six airbags, disc brakes on all
four wheels, an IP67 rating for the battery pack and ISOFIX anchorage points. The Hyundai Kona’s (452
km) and the MG ZS’s (461 km) stated ranges are 4 km and 5 km, respectively, more and 5 km less than
the XUV 400, respectively.
TATA Nexon EV Max
The bigger brother of the Tigor, the upgraded Tata Nexon EV Max, is listed next. To capitalize on the
popularity of the Nexon, Tata introduced the more capable EV Max. The cost of the five-seater SUV ranges from Rs 16.49 lakh to Rs 19.54 lakh. The Nexon EV Max features a battery that is 40.5 kWh larger than the standard Nexon EV’s, giving it a 437 km longer range. High-end features like ventilated front seats, an air purifier, wireless charging, etc. are also included. It offers additional safety features that the standard Nexon EV lacked, including ESP, traction control, hill-start assist, hill-descent control, an electronic parking brake with an auto-hold option, a tire pressure monitoring system, and rear disc brakes.