2024: Top upcoming electric cars from Tata Motors to Mahindra
A variety of new electric vehicles will be introduced in India in the next 12 months in light of the rapid growth of the EV segment. Several automobile manufacturers have already announced that they will launch electric vehicles in 2024. Introducing some of these models is expected to assist top car manufacturers in entering the EV market in the country, where electric vehicles currently contribute less than seven percent to overall vehicle sales in the country. Maruti Suzuki’s first electric vehicle – the eVX – and the Tata Harrier EV are two examples of anticipated electric cars to reach the Indian market. The following is a brief overview of the upcoming electric cars to be launched in India in the coming year.
Next year’s upcoming electric cars in India
- Maruti Suzuki
In 2024, Maruti Suzuki will become the largest automaker in the country with its first-ever electric car, the eVX. During the coming year, Suzuki Motor’s Gujarat facility at Hansalpur will begin producing the eVX electric SUV, which was first unveiled at the January International Auto Show. There is an expectation that it will be launched sometime in 2024. In one charge, the eVX electric SUV will be able to travel approximately 550 kilometers. Lithium-ion batteries with a capacity of 60 kWh will power the vehicle. There are also MG ZS EVs and Hyundai Kona that will compete with it when it is launched.
- Tata Harrier EV
According to Tata Motors, the company’s flagship Harrier SUV will receive an electric version next year following its recent facelift. At the 2018 Auto Expo, the Harrier EV was introduced to the public. With its V2L and V2V charging capabilities, the Harrier EV is based on the Gen 2 EV architecture. Earlier this month, the Harrier EV was spotted performing road tests in preparation for its launch shortly. Nevertheless, there is little information available about the range, performance, and features of this electric SUV.
- Tata Punch EV
It is expected that the Punch will make its Indian debut next year, which is the second electric vehicle from Tata. There is an ICE and CNG version of the carmaker’s smallest SUV on the market already. Upon its launch, it will be the fourth model from Tata’s lineup to be offered with ICE, CNG, and electric powertrain options. In addition to Ziptron technology, the Punch EV will be powered by the same powertrain used in other Tata EVs, such as Nexon. Depending on the battery size, it may be similar to that of the Tigor EV or the Nexon EV. As for the long-range version of the Tata Punch EV, it is anticipated that it will have a range of over 300 kilometers on a single charge.
- Tata EV
Tata Motors is expected to launch the Curvv EV in 2024 as its third electric vehicle. As soon as the ICE version of the SUV is launched, Tata is likely to launch the EV version. As a result, Tata Motors will modify its X1 platform to make it more EV-ready to construct the Curvv EV. The Curvv electric SUV is expected to have a range of 400 to 500 kilometers on a single charge, according to reports. Tata Motors’ Nexon EV facelift uses the same battery, but it’s unclear whether it will be used in its new car.
- Kia EV9
The Korean auto giant in India will present a new three-row electric SUV, which will expand the company’s electric vehicle lineup. This electric vehicle measures more than five meters in length and is built on the Electric Global Modular Platform (E-GMP). An individual charge of the battery is expected to provide a range of up to 541 kilometers. It is anticipated that two variants will be available. As a result of its 150 kW electric motor, the EV9 is capable of sprinting from 0 to 100 kmph in 9.4 seconds globally. An electric motor of 160 kW will be fitted to the RWD version of the EV. For the EV to charge at ultra-fast speeds, it is equipped with an 800-volt electrical architecture. A single charge of the EV9 is claimed to give the vehicle a range of 239 kilometers.
- Mahindra XUV.e8
With the launch of Mahindra and Mahindra’s SUV based on the XUV700, Mahindra and Mahindra will also expand their electric vehicle lineup India. Mahindra will have its second electric vehicle after the XUV400 with this vehicle. An event held by Mahindra in August last year showcased five electric SUVs slated for production. In addition to the dual electric motor, the XUV.e8 will be offered with all-wheel drive technology under the Born Electric brand. The XUV.e8 EV is expected to offer a battery pack with a capacity of at least 60 kWh, as well as advanced driver assistance systems, such as level 2 ADAS and 5G connectivity.
In the next year, the above-mentioned electric four-wheelers will be available in the Indian market and are expected to have a significant impact on the EV sector. This will be a game-changing moment for these renowned and leading electric vehicle manufacturers. The competition between them is expected to be fierce, but it is impossible to predict the winner. Be prepared for the most anticipated electric vehicles of the new year.
Source of info: HT Auto.
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