Transportation is changing from two-wheel carts to the electric car as the lifestyle and technologies are evolving. Today everyone wishes to own a car like a motorbike a few years back. It is beneficial in many situations to move from one place to another. So the automobile market is always an emerging one, but in 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it was lagging. Now it is again moving forward after this pandemic threat as everyone wishes independent ride. While talking about its fuel, it is an emerging period for electric cars as gasoline or diesel cars are playing a major role in climatic changes. So it is expecting trend that the future road will have more electric cars in its line. Let us check out the seven electric cars launching in 2021.
1. Telsa Model 3
Telsa Model 3 is coming with well-performing features like dual-motor all-wheel-drive, uberturbine wheel, controlled brake system to have better control in all. It has a high acceleration rate from 0-60 mph in 3.1 seconds. 360-degree cameras are installed for maximum visibility. Ultrasonic sensors are there to detect nearby objects. Radar to view distant objects. It is coming with 14- speaker sound system and autonomous driving features. It is expected to be launching in the first half of 2021.
2. Mahindra Ekuv100 mini SUV
Mahindra launches Mahindra Ekuv100 mini SUV with 15.9kWh liquid-cooled battery, which withstands for 147km ride. It is coming with inbuilt technologies that allow us to set air conditioner temperature to require range before getting into the car. Its price is very affordable to mid-range costs Rs 8.25 lakh. It is expected to be launched in India soon.
3. Mahindra eXUV300
Mahindra eXUV300 is an electric car developed by Mahindra Electric in partner with LG Chem. The battery is withstanding for 300kms on a single charge. Its two variants are Standard and Extended Range.
4. Porsche Taycan
The Porsche Taycan is the first electric vehicle based on the Mission E concept. It finds its debut market in India under the Skoda Auto Volkswagen India Pvt Ltd. It is coming with a high-voltage lithium-ion battery having a capacity of 93.4kWh, and it can travel for 412km in turbo and around 340km in Turbo S. Quickly charging up to 80 percent within 22 minutes is possible with its 800-volt architecture. It is expected to be launched in 2021.
5. Audi e-Tron
Audi e-Tron is running by two electric motors fixed on each axle. The e-Tron can speed up from 0-100kmph in 6.6 seconds from the combined output of two motors. Its 95kWh battery can drive SUV for more than 400km. It can be quickly charged using an AC charger or any quick charger.
6. Tata Altroz EV
There is the information that Tata Altroz EV increases its range for a single charge higher than its rival, and it will be charging faster up to 80 percent in a short time. It is running by a 95kw electric motor, which draws energy from the lithium-ion battery.
7. Jaguar I-Pace
Jaguar I-Pace will be the second electric car after Mercedes-Benz EQC to be sold in India. It is powered by two electric motors, one on each axle with an output of 400ps and 696Nm. Its acceleration rate is 0-100kmph in 4.8 seconds. With a 90kWh battery, it can drive to the range of 470km.
Electric cars are a welcoming alternative to the fueled one in many ways.