|These 4 electric cars will create a “buzz” in India as soon as they are launched; will give a tremendous range in full charging|
1. Hyundai Kona Electric SUV updated
In November 2020, Hyundai unveiled Kona Electric SUV upgraded and is scheduled to ship early next year. Indoors and outside will alter along with technical changes in the facelift model. The 2022 Hyundai Kona comes with a clever, regenerative braking system and a shift-by-wire device. The long-range version is equipped with a 64kWh battery, a 204PS electric motor, and a 39.2kWh electric motor is available in the regular model. The long-range version promises to give the maximum range in the 484 km segment, while the model can provide up to 305 km of routing.
2. Power R3
Power R3 is the smallest electric car in India that can be introduced this year. There is room for two persons in the car. This automobile, which is Rs 4.5 lakh, also established the initial price of the firm. In such a case, it is going to become India’s cheapest electric automobile that you could get at the same price as a hatchback. In this case, a lithium-ion battery was employed for covering a range of 200 kilometers for a single charge.
3. Tata Altroz EV
The Tata Altroz EV is surely one of the electric vehicles most expected. The electrical hatchback is supported by the electric Ziptron powertrain which performs its function in the Nexon EV brand. If rumors can be accepted, a further battery pack will be available for the electrical version of Altroz which can improve the driving range by 25-40%. It can be about 500 kilometers in length. The new connect app with 34 connected car functions may also be supported by the electrical hatchback.
4. The Mahindra eKUV100
The Mahindra eKUV100 is powered by a 15.9 kW liquid-cooled engine that generates 54 horsepower and 120 Nm of torque. Because of its massive battery, this SUV is expected to have a range of about 147 kilometers, according to reports. According to the facts, owing to the quick charging capacity, charging this vehicle to 80% takes only 50 minutes. It may cost anything between Rs. 8 and Rs. 9 lakh.
Today’s Petrol Diesel Price: Crude oil prices have risen, while petroleum has become less expensive in this country
Although the crude oil price jumps by over $ 73 a barrel, oil marketing firms lowered both gasoline prices on Wednesday. The price of oil and diesel has fallen by 15-15 countries. The costs of both the fuel were also falling on Tuesday last week. However, no price changes for fuel and diesel occurred on August 31.
Petrol is sold on Wednesday in the national capital for Rs 101.34 per liter and diesel for Rs 88.77 per liter. Oil is also Rs 107.39 a liter in Mumbai, while diesel is Rs 96.33 per liter. Petrol in Chennai has fallen below the threshold of Rs 100 in other subways. Rs 99.08 per liter and diesel Rs 93.38 per liter have become here. The price of the oil is Rs.101.72 in Kolkata. The diesel per liter of fuel is Rs 91, 84.
After Tuesday’s drop, the world’s crude oil prices increased over the last week and rose to $ 73 per barrel. It is expected that a modest decrease in oil prices will assist to keep product costs under control if additional crude oil enters the market next month. Its prices were constant for 35 days from 18 July to 21 August, prior to this month’s re-launch of vehicle gasoline prices.
Oil in the other country’s cities
In Lucknow, there is Rs 98.43 petrol per liter and Rs 89.15 diesel per liter. Their costs are correspondingly Rs 103, 89 per liter in Patna and Rs 94, 65 per liter. Chandigarh is 97,53 per liter with a cost of one liter of petrol and a rate of Rs 88,48 per liter with diesel.
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