Tata Nexon EV: is equipped with Tata’s newly developed platform Ziptron. The Nexon EV will be launched in January 2020.The capacity which lithium-ion battery of Nexon EV is of 30.2 kWh which feeds a permanent-magnet AC motor that puts 129PS and 245 Nm through the front wheels. This allows for a brisk 0 to 100 kmph time of 9.9s, the top-speed is not mentioned but as per Tata Motor’s internal testing, the Nexon will run 300 km on a full charge.
MG ZS EV: MG India has unveiled the ZS EV all-electric SUV will be launched in the country early January. The ZS EV is powered by a 143PS/350Nm electric motor driving the front wheels, which will draw the power of 44.5kWh from liquid-cooled battery pack. Official driving range for the ZS EV is 340km on full charge.
Ford-Mahindra Aspire EV: Mahindra and Ford are developing a SUV which is based on a Mahindra platform. The car will be sold by both the companies under their respective brands. The battery-powered SUV is mainly expected to run more than 300km on full charge. This Mahindra drive train will soon be carried over to the Ford Figo EV as well.
Volkswagen ID 3: after Beetle and Golf, ID3 is the first electrical car as the next great mass-market car.. However, the specifications may vary. The ID 3 is based on the VW Group’s new MEB. Volkswagen group plans to launch 70 electrified vehicles by 2028.The ID 3 will be available in three battery sizes, which will power an electric motor fitted on the rear axle. The base version has a battery pack of 45kWh which will run for 330km on full charge. The mid-spec has a battery pack of 58kWh which will run for 420km on full charge. The topmost spec will run ID 3 for 550km on full charge.
Jaguar I-Pace: is a full electric crossover which can run from 0-100 km in 4.8 seconds and has a speed of 320 km/hr. The Jaguar I-Pace is having a 90 kWh battery and two motors to drive the wheel. The motor is powered by a 400PS and 696Nm and can run more than 500km on a full charge.