While everything around us is upgrading to electric system these days. From studying to shopping, everything is going digital and electric today. So, why not try an upgrade from a fuel car to an electric car? An electric car will definitely help you contribute to making our only home, the Earth, a green and clean place. Find in this article, the top latest electric cars that can change your perception of electric cars.
In general, vehicles operating on an electric motor, instead of an internal-combustion engine is called an electric vehicle. An internal combustion enginee that generates power by burning a mixture of fuel such as petrol or diesel. In particular, electric vehicles are also called eco-vehicles as they have 0% emission of carbon compared to general vehicles.
To add, addressing the rising issue of pollution, global warming and depleting natural resources are regarded as highly sensitive matters. So, we can say replacing the fuel system by other alternative systems like electricity can bring some positive changes for sure.
Find here the Top Latest Electric Cars manufactured by the most renowned car companies in the world.
- Tesla Model 3
- Mahindra EKUV 100
- Mahindra EXUV 300
- Porsche Taycan
- Audi E-Tron
Tesla Model 3
The Tesla Model 3 is one of the most awaited eco-friendly cars. This latest electric car is an Electric Sedan and will be available for buying by 2022 in India.
Tesla has provided options of single and dual motors in the entry-level Standard Range and Standard Range+ in RWD variant to choose. In addition, it can provide an acceleration of 0 to 100 km/h in 6 seconds. Moreover, it has a travel range of 568 km range, which is comparatively better than its competitors.
Mahindra EKUV 100
The Mahindra eKUV 100 is an electric Mini SUV to be launched in India at the end of 2021. It is manufactured by Mahindra, one of the eminent car manufacturers in Indian.
The eKUV 100 is equipped with a 40kw electric motor which produces 53bhp of power at 120nm torque. As well as this, the Mini-SUV consists of a 15.9kw Lithium-ion battery that can yield a travel 120km range when fully charged.
In addition, the company also claims the buyers will get a DC fast charger with the car which can charge the car 80% in 1 hour.
Mahindra eXUV 300
The Mahindra eXUV 300 is expected to be launched at the end of 2021. Definitely, it is one of the most awaited electric cars. Additionally, the EV will be available in two models; Standard and Long Range with the offer of 200kw battery and 350 to 400 km range.
Likewise, it has 350V of Powertrain and 60kw to 280kw electric motor range. On the other hand, its interior and exterior are similar to regular ICE cars.
In particular, it generates the power of 60bhp from 2PMS (Permanent Synchronous Motor). As a result, with this power, it provides a 500km range at a single charge. In like manner, it can go from 0 to 100kmph at 3.5 seconds. Moreover, it can yield 200kmph acceleration in 12 seconds.
To add, the company also claims that, the Porsche Taycan battery can be charged 80% in 12 seconds.
Audi is officially launching e-Tron electric-SUV in 2021. The new model Audi e-Tron has set 2 motors at the front with 125kw and at the rear with 140kw. Likewise, it comes with a power train of 408bhp at 664nm torque.
In the Audi e-Tron, the power is transferred with AWD (All Wheel Drive) system to the wheels. As well as that, it has top a speed of 200kmph in 5.5 seconds at 100kmph acceleration. Moreover, it consists of a 95kwh battery pack which is charged by Regenerative Braking Technology.
Watch here the Top Latest Electric Cars to launch Soon
On the End Note…
This was the list of the top latest electric cars to be launched. After launching in India in 2021, subsequently, some of them will launch in Nepal too.
Definitely, upgrading your vehicle to an electric vehicle will bring together a lot of benefits. However, it is also a fact that, Nepal still needs infrastructures like charging stations and smooth roads to increase the use of electric cars.
Despite this, we can still hope for a clean, green, and healthy environment in our only home, our dear Earth.
Thank you. Stay safe.