Yes, there are
1.Hybrid Electric Vehicles (HEVs) powered by both petrol and electricity.
2.Plug-in Hybrid Electric Vehicles (PHEVs).
3.Battery Electric Vehicles (BEVs).
The time it takes to charge depends on the size of the battery and the speed of the charging point. Time taken to charge an electric car be 30 minutes or up to 12 hours.
An EV can travel between 5–10 km on one kilowatt hour of electric power depending on many factors. Take the capacity of the battery (which will be rated in kWh) and multiply. Or look on the new car price sticker it will list the EPA rated range.
The average battery life of a car can be anywhere from three years upto to five years.
The electric vehicle can be charged at any EV charging stations which can be installed in home/office.
We provide all the support and consultancy required for a EV customer, from sales, charging and service and maintenance.
There are many initiatives such as FAME, EESL, NITI AYOG that encourages customers to buy EV and also help avail subsidies incentives.
A person driving an EV spends less than Rs 30 to cover 60kms i.e.: less than 50 paise per kilometre. Considering installation Solar Panels, EV can run on the power of the sun for free.
Depends on the kind of vehicle, usually they come with a minimum of 3 year warranty and cost around 3000-5000 per unit.
Batteries are by itself a hazardous waste. However, we are working with battery manufacturers on battery second life and recovery. Nonetheless, buying an electric car is a great step forward in reducing pollution and the positives greatly overshadow the negatives.
Depends on the type of car you buy. It ranges from INR 8 Lakh to 3.5 Crores.
In fossil fuel combustion to power the car, approximately 17 to 21 percent of the energy is converted into power for the car. EVs’ on the other hand, can convert 59 to 62 percent of the electric energy to power for the vehicle.