19 New Electric Vehicles (EVs) Launching in India in 2024

In 2024, India’s automotive industry is set to witness a remarkable transformation with the launch of 19 cutting-edge Electric Vehicles (EVs). From renowned brands like Audi, BMW, and Mercedes to homegrown manufacturers like Tata and Mahindra, the EV revolution is taking center stage. Let’s delve into this electrifying lineup of EVs that are poised to redefine the future of mobility.

  1. Audi Q6 e-tron

    • Price: Approximately Rs 1 crore
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: Details pending
    • Audi’s Q6 e-tron is a brand-new electric SUV, built on Audi’s Premium Platform Electric (PPE). This innovative platform boasts advanced battery and charging technology and the new ‘E3’ electronics architecture. While specific powertrain details are yet to be revealed, it’s set to feature an 800V architecture with a range of around 600km. Inside, you can expect a cutting-edge infotainment system, advanced LED headlights, and digital OLED technology.
  2. BMW i5

    • Price: Rs 90 lakh to Rs 1 crore
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: 81.2kWh
    • The i5 is the electric version of the popular BMW 5 Series. It offers two variations, the sportier M60 xDrive with 601hp and the eDrive40 with 340hp. Both versions boast impressive ranges of up to 582km and feature a modern twin-screen layout and even a fully vegan interior option.
  3. BYD Seal

    • Price: Around Rs 65 lakh
    • Launch: Mid-2024
    • Battery: 82.5kWh
    • BYD introduces the sporty electric sedan, the Seal. It uses the advanced e-Platform 3.0 with blade battery cells, offering remarkable acceleration (0-100kph in 3.8 seconds) and a range of 700km. The innovative Cell-to-Body technology enhances safety and vehicle dynamics.
  4. Citroen eC3 Aircross

    • Price: Rs 15 lakh to Rs 17 lakh
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: To be announced
    • Citroen’s eC3 Aircross is set to be an electric version of the C3 Aircross. While specific details are forthcoming, it’s expected to offer a larger battery to accommodate the Aircross’s size and weight.
  5. Hyundai Creta EV

    • Price: Approximately Rs 23 lakh to Rs 25 lakh
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: Details pending
    • Hyundai plans to introduce an electric version of the Creta, offering unique design elements. It’s positioned to compete with the MG ZS EV and Maruti’s upcoming eVX.
  6. Lotus Eletre

    • Price: Rs 2.5 crore to Rs 3.1 crore
    • Launch: Early 2024
    • Battery: 109kWh
    • The Lotus Eletre is touted as the ‘world’s first electric hyper SUV.’ It features advanced materials, extensive use of carbon fiber and aluminum, and offers impressive power with different variants reaching up to 918hp.
  7. Mahindra XUV.e8

    • Price: Around Rs 30 lakh to Rs 35 lakh
    • Launch: Mid-2024
    • Battery: 80kWh
    • The electric XUV700, known as the XUV.e8, features Mahindra’s new INGLO EV platform, twin power outputs (230hp and 350hp), and an array of advanced screens and technology.
  8. Maruti Suzuki eVX

    • Price: Around Rs 18 lakh
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: 48kWh and 60kWh
    • Developed in partnership with Toyota, Maruti’s eVX offers two battery options and aims to compete with the Hyundai Creta EV.
  9. Mercedes-Maybach EQS SUV

    • Price: Approximately Rs 4 crore
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: 108.4kWh
    • The ultra-luxurious Maybach SUV includes opulent features, high power output (658hp), and a significant range of up to 600km.
  10. Mercedes EQG

    • Price: Around Rs 3 crore
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: To be announced
    • The electric G-Class, or EQG, retains its iconic design and off-road capabilities with the addition of electric power and unique features like a 360-degree turn function.
  11. Mini Cooper SE

    • Price: Approximately Rs 58 lakh
    • Launch: Early 2024
    • Battery: 40.7kWh
    • Mini’s electric hatchback offers a distinctive design, a bespoke EV platform, and two versions with impressive ranges and power output.
  12. Porsche Macan EV

    • Price: Around Rs 1.8 crore
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: 100kWh
    • Sharing its platform with the Audi Q6 e-tron, the Macan EV boasts Porsche’s 800V architecture for rapid charging and significant power.
  13. Rolls-Royce Spectre

    • Price: Approximately Rs 9 crore
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: 120kWh
    • Rolls-Royce’s first all-electric vehicle, the Spectre, offers opulence, advanced suspension, and a digital interface called ‘Spirit’ to control all vehicle functions.
  14. Skoda Enyaq iV

    • Price: Around Rs 55 lakh
    • Launch: Mid-2024
    • Battery: 77kWh
    • Skoda’s first all-electric offering in India, the Enyaq iV, provides a spacious and efficient crossover with impressive range and power.
  15. Tata Curvv EV

    • Price: Rs 14 lakh to Rs 20 lakh
    • Launch: Mid-2024
    • Battery: To be announced
    • Tata’s Curvv offers a standout SUV-coupe design, advanced interior features, and an initial electric version with competitive range.
  16. Tata Harrier EV

    • Price: Around Rs 27 lakh to Rs 30 lakh
    • Launch: Late 2024
    • Battery: 60kWh
    • The Harrier EV is a re-engineered electric version of the popular Harrier SUV, featuring a 60kWh battery and dual motors.
  17. Tata Punch EV

    • Price: Approximately Rs 13 lakh to Rs 15 lakh
    • Launch: Late 2023
    • Battery: To be announced
    • Tata’s Punch EV is set to offer improved features compared to its petrol counterpart and may come with multiple battery options.
  18. Volkswagen ID.4

    • Price: Around Rs 55 lakh
    • Launch: Mid-2024
    • Battery: 77kWh
    • Volkswagen’s ID.4, based on the MEB platform, offers a high-performance variant with a 77kWh battery and dual motors.
  19. Volvo EX90

    • Price: Approximately Rs 1.3 crore
    • Launch: Early 2024
    • Battery: 111kWh
    • Volvo’s flagship three-row SUV, the EX90, features an impressive battery, twin-motors, and advanced technology with two power output options.

The year 2024 is set to mark a significant shift in India’s automotive industry, as EVs take center stage. These 19 electric vehicles represent a diverse array of options, from affordable city cars to high-end SUVs, all contributing to a greener, cleaner, and more sustainable future for transportation in India. The road ahead is electrifying, and it’s a journey worth taking.

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