Top 5 Best Electric Cars in India

Top 5 Best Electric Cars Features and Price in India

Top 5 Best Electric Cars in IndiaHere is the list of Top 5 Best Electric Cars in India. The electric vehicle market in India is not much satisfactory while comparing with the cars using other fuel options. There is currently Mahindra Reva is the only available trusted Indian Electric car. If you are looking for a Best Electric cars in India, you have to wait for some more time, as many manufacturers are in a hurry to launch new electric vehicles.

Tata Motors and Maruti Suzuki entering to the segment. Tata Motors launched an electric version of Ace in the UK recently. Maruti Eeco MPV electric is the expected model from Maruti. Have a look to the below list of vehicles and features. In future you can choose the best model without concerning about fuel price once all these have launched.

1. BMW i3

BMW i3BMW i3 electric is a hot electric car expected to be launched in India soon. The BMW i3 electric will be priced Rs. 20 lakh in showroom. Powering the electric BMW i3 is the 25kw motor run by lithium ion batteries. The offered range is 50km on a single charge. Under BMW’s new sub-brand BMW i, this is the first car going to launch. BMW i8 electric car is another expecting launch along with the i3.

Both these cars will be available in India as completely built units. i3 made with carbon fibre reinforced polymer or CFRP for the body shell and the chassis is  all aluminium rolling type. The i3 weights 1200kg and can attain 150kmph toop speed. The i3 is highly performance oriented a sit can touches  0 to 100kmph in 7.9 seconds.

BMW i3 Electric Price in India: Rs. 20 Lakh (Expected)

2. Mahindra Reva e2o

Mahindra Reva e2oMahindra Reva e2o is one of the best available model electric car in India. It is priced Rs. 4.82 to 5.60 lakh in Delhi, Ex-showroom. The good aspects of this car are many. There is no harm for environment and it is Clean and green. This Compact car is also Cheap to run without much maintenance cost as diesel or petrol cars. One of the downside of Reva is Lack of government subsidies. You can choose this car blindly if you are looking for short driving distances within the city.

Currently two variants are available, Mahindra Reva e2o T0 and Mahindra Reva e2o T2. Both these automatic cars are offers 100kmpl Range/mileage on ride. Earlier the Reva known as  NXR in India. This is the India’s only fully electric passenger car offering  four-seater capacity and runs on  Lithium ion batteries.It also features top speed of 80kmph and two doors feature.

Mahindra Reva e2o Price in India

  • Mahindra Reva e2o T0: Rs. 4.82 Lakh
  • Mahindra Reva e2o T2: Rs. 5.60 Lakh

3. Tata Indica Vista Electric

Tata Indica Vista ElectricTata Indica Vista Electric car expected to be launched soon in India and it will be priced Rs. 6 lakh on Showrooms. The Tata Indica Vista is the flagship model of company and most popular peoples choice in India. When the  Tata Indica Vista Electric comes it will be an option after the Reva from Mahindra. Powering electric vista is the Prem magnet motor a.k.a. super polymer lithium ion batteries. It will be a best model with  powerful and faster performance than other petrol and diesel models in India.

The offered figure from the electric motor is  55 kw of peak power at 4,000 rpm and torque of 160 Nm at 1750 rpm. Battery features 26.5 kwh capacity and the car can reach top speed of 151 kmph.  200km  range is offered on a single charge for Vista. The charging time is around 8 hours. Acceleration of  0-30kmph sprint in just 4.5 seconds, seating capacity of 4 passengers,  2 airbags,luggage space and good interior are the other features.

Tata Indica Vista Electric Price in India: Will update soon

 4. Tata Megapixel

Tata MegapixelTata Megapixel is an expected electric car to be launched in India soon from the Tata Motors. This is a stylish four-seater city-smart car for day to use. The Tata Megapixel hatchback will be offered with manual transmission facility. The pricing is expected to be in between Rs. 5 lakh to Rs. 7 Lakh in India. The model will be produced under the Tata’s global range extended electric vehicle (REEV) concept.

The model will be a best option if you are looking for performance and environment-conscious without pollution problems. Internally the car fitted with lithium ion phosphate battery for power to run. There is also another on-board petrol engine generator for recharging option. The car assures 900 km range by a single tank of fuel. 100 km mileage is the most attractive feature of Tata Megapixel with battery only.

Tata Megapixel Price in India: Rs. 5 to 7 Lakh (Expected)

5. Nissan Leaf

Nissan LeafNissan Leaf is also an awaiting electric car in India. This is a luxury electric hatchback features automatic transmission option. The car already received too many awards for its efficiency and performance without environmental pollution problems. Powering the car is a 48 laminated compact lithium-ion battery modules. There is also a high-response 80kW AC synchronous motor. It can offer  107 horsepower and 207 lb-ft of torque on ride.

The vehicle currently on sale outside India and offers mileage of 102 MPGe on the highway. 75 miles is the offered driving range. 16 hours is the charging time and suspension used in this car is multilink front suspension and at rear it gets a  torsion beam setup. Safety features are dual front, front side and full-length side curtain airbags, traction and stability control systems, tire-pressure monitoring system etc.

Nissan Leaf Price in India: Rs. 24 Lakh to 28 Lakh (Expected)


  1. everybody i have a doubt
    they say bmw i3 has a range of 50 km. but if we run the car at lower speed, is it possible to increase the range beyond 50 km.

  2. 100% electric cars by 2030 seemed a bit of an overstatement at first, but for last month i have been seeing some amazing development in this field. All automakers are making efforts to push even in India. I am really looking forward to the evolution of transport in India…..

  3. nice listing. Everyone should buy this type of electric cars than petrol and diesel. Because of high pollution in our country

  4. Please check on the BMW website and correct the range you mentioned for the BMW i3. It’s certainly not 50kms, it’s much more than that..

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