Top-Most Electric SUVs to Look Forward To

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In today’s world, where everyone is concerned about the rising pollution, shortage of fuel for combustion and the soaring prices of natural resources, the electric cars come as a sigh of relief. With the advancement of technology, inventors and technicians have made electric cars a possibility. Today, not one but several electric cars have made their way to the market. People are buying electric cars for their personal use. If you too want to join the bandwagon of those people who want to contribute their bit for nature and society, then this list of the top-most electric SUVs to look forward to.


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This electric SUV was launched in April this year and MG claims to get the Indian market flooding with this electric car by the end of 2020. The vehicle claims to have cutting-edge technology with a range of 300 km on a single charge. It will run on a lithium-ion battery. The car will be assembled in India, although the specifications are yet to be revealed. 

Kia e-Niro

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This electric SUV form Kia is a great example of electric SUVs to look forward to in 2020. It is shaped absolutely right with a lot of features. The range offered is 282 miles and it has ample leg space for motorists. It is also quite affordable after the government grant. This vehicle comes with a 7-year warranty and is also long-term reliable. The car is currently in for a long waiting list and you might have to wait for a year to actually get behind its steering.

Audi E-Trona

Among the new electric cars, Audi e-trona will the first-of-its-kind fully electric SUV. It is expected to be priced higher than Rs. 1.50 crores. On a full charge, the vehicle can run up to 400 km. The car has two electric motors, with one on each axle. The car claims to touch a top speed of 200 kmph. The peak torque output of the e-trona is 561 Nm.

Jaguar I-Place

The first electric SUV from the company, the Jaguar I-Place took around 4 years to complete. There are two permanent magnet electric motors at the front and rear axle. The maximum torque is 696 Nm. The car has an AWD system and a range of 480 km on a single charge.

Mahindra KUV100 Electric

When it comes to electric mobility, Mahindra tops the charts. The company confirmed to launch the electric equivalent of its KUV100 by 2019. The specifications are not revealed yet, but the car is expected to have a torque of 120 Nm. It might launch at a price of around Rs. 10 lakhs and promises to be the most affordable electric cars.

Hyundai Kona

This is one of the best and most versatile EVs in 2020. This electric car is affordable and has two distinct versions – 134bhp with a 39kWh battery and a 204bhp with a more powerful 64kWh battery. This car can travel up to 180 miles on a single charge. The most expensive model can leap at 279 miles. It is a very practical car to drive.

These are some of the best electric SUVs to look forward to.

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