India's Future is Electric


The main aim of many present companies and future developing companies is highly focus on the requirements of future generations and adapting a gradual shift in production. Electric Cars🔌 are one of the most recent vehicles run by electric batteries instead of the fuels like petrol, diesel, or CNG.

Understanding the rapid utilization of fuels and preserving it for future generations according to Sustainable developmental goals it is important to make an alternative resource and electric vehicles the suitable solution. The requirement for petroleum will reduce highly due to the following factors:- 

  • Entirely battery-operated electric cars.
  • Focussing on natural resources
  • Hybrid electric cars for a long journey.

Petroleum vs Electric engine:

The significant difference between electric vehicles and gasoline-powered vehicles is the number of moving parts. The electric vehicle has one moving part, the motor, whereas the gasoline-powered vehicle has hundreds of moving parts. ... The electric vehicle requires less periodic maintenance and is more reliable.


Due to electric vehicles, as electric vehicle manufacturing is becoming popular every day, its market share is also expected to rise greatly. India’s GDP is expected to grow by an amazing 25% by 2022. Although the manufacturing of IC engines is comparatively less than electric engines the internal combustion engine has a higher energy density, which means it produces a higher energy output per density of the fuel. The combustion engine also takes less time to refuel than the electric motor. ... Electric motors also have instant torque and a higher pick-up rate for heavy and compact vehicles. 

Refueling vehicles by fuel vs Charging vehicles:

Refueling vehicles by fuel are an important contrivance for electric vehicles.A normal engine requires a few minutes to fill and the vehicle is ready to use but as compared to electric charging it has to charge a vehicle of big batteries hence electric charging of 10 hours is required for a vehicle although superchargers are placed at few locations which charge about 80% in 1 hour.


Companies involved in electric development: 

Mahindra Electric:
Mahindra Electric is the forerunner in the EVs industry. They manufactured their first EV in 2001. Mahindra E20 and eVerito are the two popular EV variants by Mahindra Electric.

Tata Motors:
Though a popular name in the Indian automotive industry for manufacturing vehicles for personal use, public transports, and other purposes, Tata Motors is comparatively new to the EVs segments.

Tigor EV, Nano EV, and the Tiago electric variant are some of Tata motors’ popular EVs. However, Tata has focused mainly on Passenger Vehicles and electric busses. The demand for this segment of vehicles is expected to reach 4 Lakhs soon.


Still, Electric vehicles are been made on a large scale and some sectors that need to be focussed on are:

  • Cost
  • Infrastructure issues
  • Poor road condition
  • Fast charging
  • Post Sales service
There are still many undiscovered features that will be coming up in Indian electric vehicles ensuring a flourishing and bright future for India. 🔌🚙

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