February 02, 2023

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Hyundai Kona, Tigor EV, Mahindra eVerito electric cars in India comparison 

Hyundai Kona, Tigor EV, Mahindra eVerito electric cars in India comparison 

Hyundai Kona, Tigor EV, Mahindra eVerito electric cars in India comparison




Electric cars are becoming a boon in India. As EESL has commissioned Hyundai Kona electric for government use by ditching their previous selection of Tata Tigor EV and Mahindra eVerito. Several government officials are already using Kona as their official vehicle. Kona is a preference to the officials because of its battery size three times the size of Mahindra’s and Tata’s electric cars. The operating cost of the Hyundai Kona is just 40 paisa per km. So let us compare the electric cars available in India. 

Hyundai Kona, Tigor EV, Mahindra eVerito electric cars in India comparison

Hyundai Kona Electric

Tata Tigor EV

Mahindra eVerito

Top Speed is 167 kmph Top Speed is 80 kmph Top Speed is 86 kmph
Range is 452 km Range is 213 km Range is 140 km
Battery pack is 64.0 kWh Battery pack is 21.5 kWh Battery pack is 18.55 kWh
Motor is 134hp permanent magnet synchronous motor Motor is 72 V3-phase AC induction motor Motor is 31 kW 3-phase AC induction motor
Charging time is 6 hrs 10 mins, DC fast charging- 0-80% in 57 mins Charging time is 11.5 hrs (normal), Fast charging- 2 hrs Charging time is 11 hrs 30 mins
Price is Rs.25.3 lakh Price is Rs.13.09 lakh Price is Rs.10.47 lakh
Torque- 395 Nm at rpm Torque- 105 Nm at 2500 rpm Torque-91 Nm at 3000 rpm
Regenerative braking system Regenerative braking system Regenerative braking system
Available in India Available in India Available in India




 

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