Some of the non-electric car models from various auto giants come packed with excellent features and heres a list of some we wish were electric and more sustainable
With low cost of ownership throughout their lifecycle, an electric car has become a popular alternative to fuel-powered automobiles. Indian state governments are promoting the use of such sustainable automobiles. Some offer complete exemption from registration fees, while others offer deductions on loan interest amounts.
As the market for electric vehicles is relatively new in India, buyers’ expectations vary greatly. When we compare the launched models of Indian cars, many come packed with the most desirable features. Let’s take a look at some such vehicles.
Top 6 Indian Cars We Wish Were Electric
For people who value style and design, Hyundai offers an irresistible deal with the eye-catching model Creta. The voluminous bumper and hexagonal grille do make heads turn. The wireless headphone charger saves you on bad-charging days. It also saves you from the inconvenience of wires dangling in your car.
The seats provide the most comfortable journey to the travellers with centre armrest and cupholders during long trips. When the sight outside the window is too irresistible to ignore, command the panoramic sunroof to open with your voice. Transforming this feature-rich car into an electric vehicle will guarantee comfort and beauty in the long run.
While the model of the car might tell you otherwise, the on-road compatibility of Mahindra Thar is almost similar to its off-road potential. Regardless of the terrain, the passengers and driver will always get a comfortable riding and driving experience. The car also takes care of your entertainment and ease during the journey.
With roof-mounted speakers, submerge yourself in the beats of your favourite song to create beautiful memories for life. The car comes with different options for automatic and manual transmission for changing gears to make driving easier. If this beast were to become electric in the future, driving in deserts and on rough terrain would become more exciting than ever.
Maruti Suzuki Ciaz
Known to be one of the most fuel-efficient cars, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz comes with a class-leading backseat. The car offers a fatigue-free driving experience to the driver even during long journeys. When the vehicle is left idle for a while, the engine automatically stops to reduce fuel consumption. The electric model of this car will mostly be equally energy efficient, if it were to be launched.
Ciaz’s design keeps the safety of travellers in mind. It comes with dual front airbags that shield the passengers from rough impact. The seats comply with international child fitting systems for the ease of fixing child seats.
Nissan Magnite is one of the most sold and popular Indian cars. With Japanese engineering and bold exteriors, the car gives tough competition to other vehicles in its price segment.
The car comes with first-in-segment LED DRLs to provide a smooth driving experience during foggy winter days. These LEDs are low powered lights that are always on when the car is running. In this particular model, the DRLs come with a unique LED fog lamp for better visibility.
With fuel efficiency of more than 20 kmpl, Tata Tiago makes us wonder about what a fantastic electric car it would make. The steering feedback of the car is highly responsive and you can drive for hours while feeling light and comfortable.
The new model of the car comes with eight speakers to deliver a foot-thumping music experience. If you’re planning for outstation rides, using the Eco mode will help you earn additional mileage for your trip. With the electric version of the car, we can imagine driving smoothly while hardly feeling the road bumps. That’s how powerful the shockers of this car are.
Are you excited to see an EV model of one of these? Comment with your choice(s) below. We would love to hear from you!