The year 2020 will not only see manufacturers see focusing on BSVI compliant cars and motorcycles, but some will take an extra step to complete negate the carbon emissions and venture into the EV (Electric Vehicle) space. Following are a few EVs that have been confirmed for this year and some we anticipate would break cover by the change of calendar.
Quipped with Tata’s newly developed Ziptron drivetrain, the Nexon EV made a debut last month. The Nexon EV’s lithium-ion battery is of 30.2 kWh capacity and feeds a permanent-magnet AC motor that puts 129PS and 245 Nm through the front wheels. This allows for a brisk 0 to 100 kmph time of 9.9s, the top-speed hasn’t been mentioned but as per Tata Motor’s internal testing, the SUV will do over 300 km on a full charge.
G Motor India has officially unveiled the ZS EV all-electric SUV in the country at the DriEV conference in Delhi, ahead of its launch slated for early January. The ZS EV is still powered by a 143PS/350Nm electric motor driving the front wheels, drawing power from a 44.5kWh liquid-cooled battery pack.
Mahindra and Ford have announced they will co-develop a mid-sized SUV based on a Mahindra platform. This car will be sold independently by both companies under separate brands. Mahindra and Ford also announced plans to co-develop a suite of connected car solutions for consumers.
The Volkswagen ID 3 is the first car from its all-electric ID sub-brand and is expected to be the next great mass-market car for the brand after the Beetle and Golf.
Jaguar announced that the launch of the I-Pace will take place by the second half of 2020 in the Indian market. The Jaguar I-Pace is a full electric crossover which can dart from 0-100 km/h in 4.8 seconds and has a top speed of 320 km/hr.
Porsche’s Tesla rival, the Taycan is expected to be launched in India in the first half of 2020.
Israel companies have developed advance solutions for Elective Vehicles; Aquarius designed & developed engine-generator dramatically cheaper cleaner and more efficient than existing engines, Chakratec company that worked on Storage for EV Charging Stations – an energy storage system which can withstand multiple and high power surges, And Developing protocols that, on an ongoing basis, measure different, more sensitive markers for cell hazards than those tracked by existing diagnostic methods, enabling earlier detection of battery issues solution provides service providers (EVSP) and charging station owners the ability to manage and control their assets, while maximizing driver satisfaction a dynamic, end-to-end EV charging management platform , Algolion Developing protocols that, on an ongoing basis, measure different, more sensitive markers for cell hazards than those tracked by existing diagnostic methods, enabling earlier detection of battery issues
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