A.D. 2021 Many new electric cars are coming to India and 2022 looks set to be more promising as more new EVs are coming in.

Electric cars are no longer the future. They are here. All that is left is their extensive adoption, which will take place only when there are enough options in time and in the market to meet everyone’s needs. A.D. By 2021, we have grown to more than 10 with only three EVs in the market. By 2022, that number could double in the first six months, of course, if things go as planned by car builders and there are no disruptions to new car sales. .

Here are the EVs you expect to see in the 2022 showroom:

Tata Altros EV

Expected start – mid-2022

Expected price – 13 thousand rubles

Tata Motors is India’s leading EV maker (with Nexon and Tigor EVs in its portfolio), and Altroz ​​EV is welcome for that parade. It first appeared at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019, and later at the 2020 Auto Expo. We haven’t seen the Altroz ​​EV in the showroom yet, but 2022 could change that.

The carmaker has set up its own subsidiary to oversee the development, sale and after-sales service of EVs, and Altroz ​​EV is likely to be the first offering under the new company. Until the power goes out, we expect Altroz ​​to offer something similar to the Nexon EV, as it will be considered a premium hatchback.

Volvo XC40 recharge

Expected start – January 2022

Expected price – 60 thousand rubles

Volvo wants to quickly switch to electric vehicles! Although the purpose is clear, the world-renowned car manufacturer does not sell EV in India. But all that could change in 2022 XC40 charging. It’s basically the same SUV as the XC40, but the engine has been removed, and instead you get electric motors, and of course, a battery pack. It gets the XC40 Recharge AWD system, and has over 400 km (WLTP cycle).

Mahindra XUV300 Electric

Expected start – mid-2022

Expected price – 15 thousand rubles

It should have been here by the end of 2020, but we all know that. The XUV300 Electric will be a natural competitor to the Nixon EV, and if the price is properly calculated, it could be the new best-selling EV in the country, removing the Tata car from the throne. If it starts first.

While Mahindra pushed his ICE (Tar and XUV700) cars, he kept the radio quiet while promoting the EVs. However, we know that they have big plans for fully electric cars, and that is why we believe that the Electric XUV300 could be one of the highlights of 2022.

BMW i4

Expected start – mid-2022

Expected price – 80 thousand rubles

The BMW EV disgusting launches with the iX SUV, and now the German car maker plans to bring an i4 electric sedan. Based on BMW’s 4 Series Gran Coupe, E-Sedan may have RWD and AWDs. It has a battery capacity of 83.9 kWh and is estimated to be good for 365 km (AWD version with larger wheels).

We expect the car maker to release the full version of i4 by 2022.

Mini Cooper SE

Expected start – February 2022

Expected price – 50 thousand rubles

The Mini Cooper SE will be another EV from BMW. But this has already been sold. BMW has brought 30 units to India, and all of them are closed as soon as the reservation opens in November 2021.

Cooper SE has a modest 233 km range and 184PS / 270Nm electric motor. The battery pack is also rated at 36.2 kW. The best part is the Mini Cooper SE is a three-door offering, which increases the size of the style.

Ford Mustang Mach E.

Expected start – mid-2022

Expected price – 80 thousand rubles

Ford stopped making cars in India. However, that does not mean that cars are not sold in India. The American giant has decided to offer high-end products here, which means we have the Mustang Mach E, an electric Mustang cross-type SUV, that can run at speeds of 0-96 km / h in the fastest model. Only 3.5 seconds. The RWD model can travel more than 500 km / h in one charge.

With such versatility, we consider the Mustang Mach E to accommodate a large audience.

Mercedes Benz EQS

Expected start – mid-2022

Expected cost – 2 million rubles

S Class EVs will soon be available in India. Mercedes unveiled the car a few months ago, and there are a lot of expectations with the S Class. Moisture up to 770 km / h in one charge is 107.1 kW. It is one of the few cars that has such a huge range.

EQS is available in RWD and AWD configurations, and Mercedes can supply both in India. It features great features such as automatic opening of doors and steering wheel.

Hyundai Kona Electric 2022

Expected start – mid-2022

Expected price – 24 thousand rubles

Kona Electric India’s first long-distance EV will remain forever. When he first arrived, there were few receivers. It did not have the necessary infrastructure, it was very expensive, and buying an EV was fraught with many unresolved questions.

Even in recent years, Kona Electricity has not been that impressive. This is because other EVs are cheaper and offer more affordable packages. Hyundai, however, He plans to change his fortune by updating Kona EV by 2022, and hopes to be lucky for a second time.

MG ZS EV 2022

Expected start – mid-2022

Expected price – 22 thousand rubles

Even MG will update the ZS EV by 2022. Get the same cosmetic reviews as Astor, which is the equivalent of ZS EV’s ICE.

It sits between Hyundai Kona Electric and Tata Nexon EV and MG is able to sell a few of them. With the 2022 upgrade, it could get more features on board – like an AI robot in Aster – to further increase its appeal. Larger battery packs are available for extra size.

Tesla Model 3

Expected start – Diwali 2022

Expected price – 70 thousand rubles

Tesla’s entry into India was not disputed. What once looked like December 2021 is now off to 2022. In fact, at this point, we are not even sure if Tesla was silent for a while.

Arriving in India in 2022 – spied on several times in the country – the Model 3 is expected to be available in a fully loaded version.