A host of electric cars were unveiled as well as launched at the Auto Expo 2020. From production-ready models to concepts, electric vehicles were the showstoppers at each pavilion. Here is a sum-up of all-electric cars showcased at the country’s largest biennial automotive show.
Maruti Suzuki Futuro-e:
Conceptualized and designed in India, the Futuro-e concept flaunts a sloping roofline like a coupe. Its exterior update includes huge LED headlamps with DRLs with a lightbar emerging from the S emblem in the front of the car.
Mercedes Benz EQC 400 4matic Edition 1886:
This first electric SUV comes with a dual-motor-all-wheel-drive-layout with two asynchronous electric motors. This EQC outputs 402 bhp max power and 760 Nm torque.
The all-electric derivative of KWID hatchback comes with a range of 50 km. Renault K-ZE gets a 26.8 kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The electric motor outputs 44 bhp power and 125 Nm torque.
The Zoe electric hatchback gets a 52 kWh battery pack. It is powered by an electric motor which outputs 134 bhp max power and 245 Nm peak torque. Renault Zoe can be charged from 0-80% within 1hr 10 mins.
Volkswagen ID Crozz:
This is powered by two electric motors, that draw power from a lithium-ion battery pack. The total output power is over 300 bhp. This four-door coupe boasts of a driving range of 500 km on a single charge.
Great Wall Motors R1:
ORA R1, a compact EV offers a range of over 300 km along with a top speed of 100 kmph. This R1 long-range variant uses a 33kWh battery. It is offered a 9-inch touchscreen Infotainment system with connected car features.
The all-new Funster concept comprises of four electric motors with one on each wheel. The total output power from these motors is 313 bhp with the electric motors drawing its power from a 60 kWh battery power.
This electric SUV has been equipped with a 15.9 kW electric motor that draws power from a lithium-ion battery pack. It has a top speed of 100 kmph. eKUV 5-seater vehicle comes with 15-inch alloy wheels and a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system. It is priced at Rs 8.25 Lakhs (Ex. Showroom).
This all-electric version of eXUV300 was presented in a pre-production avatar. It is available in two-version: standard and long-range. The standard variant comes with a smaller battery pack with a driving range of around 200 kilometers after being fully charged. The long-range variant comes with a driving range of 350 km along with a bigger battery pack.