According to a report, Electric Vehicles will contribute at least 10% of the worldwide passenger vehicle sales by 2025, which will be 28% by 2030 and 58% by 2040.
The auto industry is undergoing a major transformation around the world. The focus on electric vehicles is increasing in view of the increasing impact of emission norms and global warming in these changes.
In the next few decades, many countries are going to set a dead line to adopt full electric mobility. Vehicle manufacturers are also trying to complete the deadline and grab a share of the EV market. Vehicle manufacturers are not only working on new electric vehicles, but are also improving the basic structure of batteries and readily available charging. Sales of electric vehicles are expected to increase in the coming times.
According to a report, electric vehicles will contribute at least 10% of worldwide passenger vehicle sales by 2025, which will increase to 28% by 2030 and 58% by 2040. In 2021, the global automobile industry is set to launch the vehicle. Know about 5 electric cars to be launched this year…
The British auto maker MG Motors has revealed the MG Cyberster, which it claims is the world’s first pure electric super sports car with a gaming cockerit. MG Cyberster is announced to be mass production soon. The car gets the MGB Roadster’s classic body style and a strong sports car feel. It boasts a Windhunter front face design. Inside the cabin, the car gets a pure gaming presence. The MG Cyberster comes with modular battery technology ensuring 800 km range. It is capable of flying at a speed of 0-100 kmph in 3 seconds.
2021 Tesla Model 3
The Tesla Model 3 is definitely the bestselling model for the US-based electric car manufacturer. The EV manufacturer has finally revealed the most awaited update variant of the Model 3. The updated Tesla Model 3 is launching this year and the interesting thing is that Tesla will enter the Indian market with this model. With the car updated, the interior gets an updated touchscreen infotainment system, an upgraded sound system, 12-way power-adjustable heated front seats, faux leather seats, power-folding and auto-dimming hot glass, tinted glass roof, four USB- Features like Sea ports and wireless phone charging are available.
Volvo XC40 Recharge
Volvo has introduced the XC40 SUV in the Indian market with diesel and petrol engines. The company is now gearing up to introduce the third incarnation of the XC40 in India and it will be all-electric. Dubbed as the Volvo XC40 recharge, the electric SUV is set to enter the Indian showroom this year. The Volvo XC40 recharge takes power from a 402 hp powertrain that can accelerate the car from 0-100 kmph in 4.9 seconds. The electric SUV has been claimed to give a range of 418 km on a single charge.
The Audi e-tron and the Audi e-tron Sportback are two models that are set to hit the Indian market in a few months. The Audi e-tron comes as the first all-electric model of the brand in India. Its price is expected to be 1.40 crores. The Audi e-tron gets power from each axle with dual electric motors. It gets the Audi Quattro all-wheel-drive system as standard. The Audi e-tron can accelerate from 0-100 kmph in 6.6 seconds, with the German luxury carmaker claiming that the e-tron is capable of running a 400 km range on a single charge.
The EQS is the first product to be completely based on Mercedes’ all-electric platform. The Mercedes-Benz EQS is the automaker’s electric flagship sedan. EQS has been revealed recently. The most interesting thing about the car is the mammoth screen on the dashboard which extends from one side to the other.
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