While every car company in India is firming up plans to launch electric cars and trucks, we bring you the best electric cars in India based on driving range, a list of options today if you wish to switch over to a car ownership experience that comes with almost none of the traditional running costs.
This week, the Indian web media has been comparing China’s new affordable electric car, the Maple 30x EV, with India’s best-selling electric vehicle, the Tata Nexon EV. Some reporters find so much in common between the vehicles that they accuse the Maple of being a clone or a cheap copy. But is it really?
The COVID-19 outbreak is starting to have dramatic effects on the lives of people around the globe and businesses are trying to cope with a suitable response. In India, the automobile industry is already feeling the consequences of the virus and Tata Motors is being affected by the delays in the production of cars including the Tata Nexon EV.