Most Affordable Electric Car of World
Electric vehicles are being sold in good numbers in India. Big automobile companies have launched many good models of electric vehicles in the market.
In electric vehicles, electric cars are also selling well in India. But a good electric car is available in the market only above Rs 10 lakh. Tata Nexon EV, Tigor EV, and MG ZS EV are some of the good and cheap electric cars in India.
Now India’s electric vehicles company Strom Motors has launched an electric car named Strom R3, which is the world’s cheapest electric car.
The Strom R3 electric car is priced at just Rs 4.5 lakh and can be booked from the company’s official website for just Rs 10,000. According to the company, Strom R3 car worth Rs 750 crore has been booked in just 4 days from the start of booking of this electric car. Initially, this electric car will be available only in Delhi NCR and Mumbai and later consumers will be able to buy it in other cities as well.
In this electric car, the company has given a 48 V electric motor that can generate 15 kW of power and 90 Nm of torque. This electric car can go up to 200 km on a single charge. The company can also launch this electric car in the range of 120 km and 180 km. This car gives a mileage of 40 paise per km. The lithium-ion battery of this electric car takes 3 hours to fully charge and has a top speed of 80 kms. The company is giving a guarantee of 3 years or 1 lakh km on this electric car.
The Strom R3 electric car has 2 seats for 2 people and 2 doors. This car does not have 4 wheels like a normal car, but it has 3 wheels. The Strom R3 electric car is fully automatic and the company has given many advanced features such as a 7-inch touchscreen, keyless entry, power windows, digital driver display, infotainment system, voice and gesture control, climate control, and GPS navigation.
The company has given advanced features like the Internet of Things (IoT) and mobile connectivity in this electric car. The company has also given a USB port and FM radio in Strom Motors’ electric car R3. This electric car has 3 driving modes – Eco, Normal, and Sports.
According to Strom Motors, this electric car can save up to 3 lakhs in 3 years. With the launch of this cheap and affordable electric car in India, consumers will be able to take an electric car that is still out of their reach.
Is it right to buy an electric scooter?
Buying an electric scooter is absolutely right as it costs more than petrol/diesel-powered scooters to run it. Apart from this, it also costs less in its maintenance.
Which is the first electric scooter of India?
Ather Energy‘s S340 model was the first electric scooter in the country.
Which are the biggest electric scooter companies in India?
Ather Energy, Revolt Motors, Bajaj Auto, TVS Motor, Hero Electric, Okinawa ,Ola Electric,Simple Energy, and Okaya Electric are some of the biggest electric scooter companies in the country.
Why does India need an electric car?
To deal with the increasing pollution problem in the country, we need to promote electric vehicles. Over time, power sources like batteries to run electric vehicles will become cleaner, which will be good for the environment.
Are electric cars successful in India?
Electric Vehicles- Electric Cars and Electric Scooters in the country are registering good sales numbers as compared to last year. This proves that the public is openly accepting electric vehicles. With this, many promotional schemes of the government will definitely encourage the sales of electric vehicles in the country.
Which is the cheapest electric car in India?
Storm R3 is the cheapest electric car in India which comes at Rs.4.5 Lakh (Ex-showroom). Next is the Tata altroz electric car which comes at Rs. 5.26 lakhs.
Which company manufactures electric cars in India?
The country’s first electric car company is Mahindra, which launched India’s first electric car Reva in 2001 itself. Later the company has also launched new models like Mahindra E20 and eVerito. Apart from Mahindra, Tata Motors, Hyundai, and Ashok Leyland are some other big electric vehicle companies.