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Let us discuss Electric Vehicles in India & Entire world

EVs are vehicles that are either partially or fully powered on electric power. Electric vehicles have low running costs as they have fewer moving parts for maintenance and are also very environmentally friendly as they use little or no fossil fuels (petrol or diesel).

I am not an expert in the auto industry but seeing the interest in environment-friendly citizens and the engineering profession I am going into the details to a price to all my friends about the status of practical vehicles in India as well as the total world.

My dear friends, electrical vehicles are a real need at the moment in every country. We need to increase the share in this market. We have decided to make a 15% reach which is currently one per cent in India by 2025.
There is huge demand due to manufacturers who are in favour.
I will try to give understand to my readers what is of electrical vehicles?

Electrical vehicles are vehicles that are partial your fully powered by electrical power. The main advantage of electrical vehicles is to have no running cost as they do not have engines and lower moving parts and environment friendly also they do not use petrol or diesel.

Electric vehicles are not just the wave of the future, they are saving lives today.

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Electrical vehicles in India are very less compared to China and European countries.
Latest try to understand why we should go for electrical vehicles.

1. Electrical vehicles are environmentally friendly and they do not cause any pollution or sound. This weekend in India as we have seen many metropolitan cities are having too much pollution around the year

2. Running cost per kilometre is very low as compared to diesel or petrol vehicles. This will reduce our biggest challenge of all imports in billions.

3. We have seen that electrical vehicles are noise-free driving experience as there as moving parts like engines are not there.


1. Recharging the battery is taking more time

2. Infrastructure for charging and technology is lacking.

3. Electrical vehicles are very expensive as compared to ICE cars

4. Driving range is limited from 175 to 200 km. This is discouraging in purchasing mode.

5. Central Government and state governments need to give more and more facilities to car manufacturers and customers.

When a mechanical side engine is not available in these cars then the cost should not be more than the normal cars. Car manufacturing companies should be taking it a mission to make these cheaper.

Tata Motors is a leading seller at the moment in India it has sold more than 13500 units milestones. Market share is 70% for this company.

Tata Nexon electrical vehicle is due for an upgrade for a longer driving range with higher top speed and more value-added features.

We have Maximum electric vehicles in UP, Delhi & Bihar

The cheapest car at the moment is Tats Nano Electric Vehicles in 3.5 lack approximate cost.

Citizen of India I am proud to say that Tata, Mahindra, Maruti, and Toyota can bring the price to par with normal vehicles.

According to Niti Aayog and the Indian public policy think tank by 2030, 80% of 2 and 3 wheelers 40% of buses and 30% to 70% of cars in India will be electric vehicles.

All state govt. are giving some special benefits to customers. Even West Bengal govt. has given recently some more special benefits.

Our country needs the deployment of around 3 million public chargers and 1.2 million electrical vehicles.

Two /three wheelers should also be changing fast to electric vehicles

0ur Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari also asked car manufacturers to reduce costs. He can guide them scientifically.

In which vehicle did Gadkari travel? The Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways travelled in a Toyota Mirai vehicle, which sports three hydrogen tanks, and can be refuelled in an estimated five minutes. It also has a 1.24 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The car is powered by a 182 hp electric motor

Have a gut feeling that eventually, e-vehicles will be cheaper than petrol or diesel ones: Nitin Gadkari

Have a gut feeling that eventually, e-vehicles will be cheaper than petrol or diesel ones: Nitin Gadkari

Our main requirements are for 5-6 lacks category with 350 km range & charging in 30 minutes.

India can do wonders in electrical vehicles production & can supply to foreign countries also.

Similarly, we need to see everyone think about all types of vehicles with replacement with electric type.

At present China is having a clear cut lead, Europe & Norway & Holland are toping this conversion.

Tesla cars are emerging on the world map very fast in quality & innovations.


A.We need to think if we can replace it with top-grade kit conversion. It will help the more fast transition. All types of vehicle production should be stopped & much-needed thrust should go to Electric vehicles.

B. We have to reduce costing of all types of Electric vehicles

C. Government have to make special efforts to implement all acts & tax benefits for manufacturers & customers.

D. We can save huge amounts in India Oil Import bills with a change in the transport industry.

E. We can see the possibility of producing the best batteries in India itself. We can develop all types of electric vehicles in India also. Prices have reduced 2/3rd since 2014. Now it is costing around USD350/- per KWH from USD1000. Let us try to keep it much less with less cost of production.






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