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EVs that will make your 2022 a happy new year, scroll till the end for the details !!!

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In recent years, the electric vehicles (EVs) market has grown at an exponential rate, including in India. Some of the most notable examples include the recently upgraded Nexon EV and the recently introduced Tata Tigor EV.

Even luxury brands like Audi have sold out of their first batch of e-Tron electric vehicles. The worldwide vehicle industry has seen an indisputable movement toward Electric Vehicles, or EVs, with sales expected to increase by 70% by 2021. 

The Indian market is not immune to this trend, and the number of new electric automobiles in India in 2021 has increased to a remarkable extent.

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Keep reading to learn about the much-anticipated 2022 Indian EV debuts.

1. EVs by Hyundai- Hyundai Kona Electric facelift

The Kona will get a mid-life update next year. The updated Kona, like its predecessor, will be assembled in India.

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The most noticeable physical change is in the front, where the Kona EV facelift removes the grille panel and receives a sharper appearance thanks to a reprofiled bumper and reworked LED headlights. Though there are new LED taillights and a new bumper at the back, the profile remains essentially unchanged.

The cabin layout hasn’t altered much, but new amenities including a larger touchscreen infotainment system, a new digital instrument cluster, and linked car technology have been included. Mechanically, the Kona Electric will keep its 39.2kWh battery and 136hp motor, giving it a 304 kilometre range. A 64kWh battery variant with a 204hp motor and a range of 483 kilometres is also available in Europe.

20201111065713 Hyundai Kona Electric facelift front 1
Via: cdni.autocarindia.com

2. Volvo XC40 Recharge –

The XC40 Recharge, Volvo’s first all-electric vehicle in India, looks similar to its ICE-powered sister. It is powered by a 78kWh battery and two 204hp electric motors for a total output of 408hp and 660Nm. On the WLTP cycle, it has a range of over 400 kilometres, making it cheaper in the luxury EV market.

xc40 recharge unveiled
Via: etimg.com

3. Mercedes Benz EQS –

The EQS is an electric version of the Mercedes-Benz S-Class and one of the quietest electric automobiles on the market. The sleek EQS, which is built on the EVA (Electric Vehicle Architecture) platform, has a drag coefficient of just 0.20. The EQS has a cab-forward design with a liftback-style tailgate that is steeply sloped. A black grille panel is flanked by a pair of angular headlights connected by a horizontal light bar, among other design elements. It also includes frameless doors and flush handles, which are similar to those found on the S-class.

A 107.8kWh battery powers a single 334 hp motor in the EQS 450 and two 523hp motors in the EQS 580. It can go 770 kilometres.

exterior left front three quarter
Via: imgd.aeplcdn.com

4. Audi Q4 e-tron –

This will be Audi’s fourth electric vehicle to be released in India. The Q4 debuted in April of this year in two body styles: Standard and Sportback.

It will be constructed alongside Volkswagen’s ID.4 in Zwickau, Germany, rather than in an Audi factory, and will be based on the Volkswagen Group’s MEB platform. Q4’s design is incredibly outstanding, with a commanding stance from the bluff front end and prominent proportions. The floating centre console is a standout feature of the interior.

Both rear-wheel-drive and all-wheel-drive powertrain options are available for the Q4 e-Tron, with outputs ranging from 170 to 299 horsepower. Depending on the configuration, both models have a driving range of 341 to 497 kilometres.

2021 Audi Q4 e tron Sport 35
Via: wikimedia.org

5. GMW ORA iQ –

The ORA iQ is another electric SUV that is currently being manufactured in China and will be available in India in December 2021. The debut date, however, may be pushed out to early 2022. This electric SUV would cost Rs. 20 lakh and will have a battery capacity of 46.57 kWh. The ORA iQ has a power output of 163 horsepower and a range of 150 kilometres.

ORA iQ 1 1
Via: motowheeler.com

6. Renault Zoe –

In France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and Portugal, the Renault Zoe electric car is the best-selling EV. Renault debuted the Zoe at the 2020 Auto Show, and numerous test mules have been spotted on our roads since then. The Zoe EV is predicted to have a range of 200 kilometres and will be fueled by a 26 kWh battery that will drive a 45 hp electric motor. The Zoe is expected to cost between Rs. 7.00 and Rs. 9.00 lacs when it is released.

Via: imgd.aeplcdn.com

These were some of the highly anticipated electric cars we expect to be coming and making a difference in India, also we do have Teslas and more EVs from Indian brands like Mahindra or TATA. Did we miss out something? Or want to add any suggestions? Do let us know in the comments down below!

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