Some of the non-electric car models from various auto giants come with great features and here is a list of some that we want to be electric and more durable.
With a low cost of ownership throughout their lifecycle, an electric car has become a popular alternative to gasoline-powered automobiles. Indian state governments encourage the use of these durable automobiles. Some offer full registration fee waivers, while others offer deductions on loan interest amounts.
With the electric vehicle market being relatively new to India, buyers’ expectations vary widely. When we compare the launched Indian car models, many come with the most desirable features. Let’s take a look at some of these vehicles.
Top 6 Indian Cars We Would Like To Be Electric
For people who appreciate style and design, Hyundai has an irresistible offering with the eye-catching Creta model. The bulky bumper and hexagonal grille turn heads. The wireless headset charger saves you bad charging days. It also saves you the hassle of hanging wires in your car.
The seats provide the most comfortable trip for travelers with a center armrest and cup holders during long journeys. When the view outside the window is too compelling to ignore, command the panoramic sunroof to open with your voice. Transforming this feature-rich car into an electric vehicle will ensure long-term comfort and beauty.
While the car model may tell you otherwise, Mahindra Thar’s on-road compatibility is almost similar to its off-road potential. Regardless of the terrain, passengers and the driver will always have a comfortable driving and driving experience. The car also takes care of your entertainment and comfort during the journey.
With the speakers mounted on the roof, immerse yourself in the beats of your favorite song to create beautiful memories for life. The car comes with different automatic and manual transmission options for changing gears to make driving easier. If this beast got electric in the future, driving in deserts and over rough terrain would become more exciting than ever.
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz
Known for being one of the most fuel-efficient cars, the Maruti Suzuki Ciaz comes with a top-notch rear seat. The car offers the driver a fatigue-free driving experience even on long journeys. When the vehicle is left idling for a while, the engine will automatically shut off to reduce fuel consumption. The electric model of this car will for the most part be just as energy efficient, if it were to be launched.
Ciaz’s design takes into account the safety of travelers. It is equipped with two front airbags which protect passengers from severe impacts. The seats comply with international child adaptation systems for ease of securing child seats.
Nissan Magnite is one of the best selling and popular Indian cars. With Japanese engineering and bold exteriors, the car competes with other vehicles in its price segment.
The car comes with the segment’s first LED daytime running lights to provide a smooth driving experience during foggy winter days. These LEDs are low wattage lights that are always on when the car is in motion. In this particular model, the DRLs come with a unique LED fog light for better visibility.
With a fuel consumption of over 20 kmpl, Tata Tiago makes us wonder what a fantastic electric car she would make. The car’s steering feedback is very responsive and you can drive for hours and feel light and comfortable.
The new car model comes with eight speakers to provide a breathtaking music experience. If you are planning trips outdoors, using Eco mode will help you gain extra miles for your trip. With the electric version of the car, you can imagine driving smoothly while barely feeling the bumps in the road. This is how powerful the shockers in this car are.
Are you excited to see an EV model of one of them? Comment with your choice (s) below. We would love to hear from you!
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