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Entry-Level EVs Coming Soon In India | Budget Electric Vehicles In India

The entry-level electric vehicle market is about to get even more interesting, with a slew of new models on the way. With more buyers in India preferring zero-emission vehicles, automakers are naturally venturing into new markets. While the full transition to electrification is still a long way off, the interest it has generated will be capitalised on.

Companies such as Tata Motors, Citroen, MG, and Hyundai are also working behind the scenes to bring in their entry-level electric cars, and we have covered everything we know so far:

1. Tata Tiago EV

Tata Tiago Ev Confirmed, Will Be India's Most Affordable Electric Hatchback
Tata Tiago Ev Confirmed, Will Be India’s Most Affordable Electric Hatchback

The Tata Tiago EV will make its global debut on September 28, 2022, before going on sale, and it could be equipped with the same powertrain as the XPres-T or the larger battery pack found in the Ziptron-based Tigor EV, which has a driving range of more than 300 kilometres. It will have cruise control, multiple regen modes, and a sports mode.

2. Citroen C3

Citroen C3 EV price in india

Citroen India debuted the C3 compact hatchback a few months ago, followed by the facelifted C5 Aircross. The company has also been spotted testing a midsize SUV rivalling the Hyundai Creta, as well as a seven-seater based on the C3. Furthermore, the French brand has confirmed the launch of its first EV for India next year, which could share several similarities with the C3.

Also Read: Tata Tiago EV To Be Revealed On September 28

3. MG EV

MG's entry-level EV for India- revealed - Blog | MotorHunk

In India, MG already sells the ZS EV, which was updated earlier this year. It is developing an electric vehicle based on the Wuling Air EV, which could cost around Rs. 10 lakh. In fact, the EVs on this list will compete in the same market segment for less than Rs. 15 lakh. The MG EV will use the same LFP cells as the Nexon EV and will have a locally sourced battery pack from Tata AutoComp. It is expected to make its domestic debut at the 2023 Auto Expo. (adrianflux.co.uk)

4. Hyundai EV

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Hyundai’s electric vehicle is expected to compete with the Nexon EV and could be introduced in early 2024. It will most likely run on the same platform as the Venue, though no official confirmation has been made. It will be interesting to see if Hyundai deviates from the trend of launching a compact electric SUV in favour of a more affordable locally manufactured EV.

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