Why should we own electric vehicles?

Electric vehicles offer you a better driving experience

Electric engines produce rapid torque, allowing electric cars to accelerate and decelerate smoothly and quickly. The low center of gravity of electric cars increases handling, reactivity, and ride comfort.

All electric vehicles (EVs) require a high voltage to power the motor. To generate enough electricity to drive the vehicle, here are the voltage levels of regular EV’s are-

Except for regular cars, higher voltage is required. In automotive electrical systems, expect greater voltages to become the standard.

EVs are inherently safer than their conventional counterparts. EVs are less prone to the common safety concerns of conventional vehicles due to fewer moving parts and the absence of flammable fuel.

Lithium-ion batteries, the power source for all electric vehicles, are flammable because they include power cells that, if broken, can short-circuit and cause fires. However, as compared to Petrol and diesel in internal combustion engine cars, lithium-ion batteries have a significantly lower danger of fire explosion. To avoid short-circuiting or external damage, electric car batteries are often encircled by a protective cooling shroud filled with coolant liquid. Furthermore, despite their external cooling, all electric cars are fitted in an array, rather than as a single large Li-ion battery pack, which limits the possibility of faulty harm.

For the most part, yes. Instead of a fuel-powered engine that emits various greenhouse gases as byproducts of combustion, EVs have electric motors that produce no emissions. At ElectriVa, our mission is to become the first net-zero emission EV Charge Point Operator of India by using renewable energy. For now, we produce 25% of the required electricity from renewable resources and aim to reach 50% in the near future and eventually 100% in the next 3 years.

Whenever you use an electronic appliance, you’ll pay for that energy on each month’s electric bill. As a result, you may be wondering about at-home charging’s effect on your utility bill. Many people opt to charge their EVs at home overnight. It can take three to 12 hours to fully charge your EV’s battery, depending on the car model and charging level. How much electricity does an EV use? It depends on the EV you buy, how often you drive it and your electricity costs. Electricity rates will vary, depending on where you live, but there does tend to be less fluctuation in the price of electricity than that of fuel.

To understand the cost of charging your EV, you will need to know your kWh rate. Your electric bill will show you how many kilowatt-hours you use per month, and the utility charges based on your usage.

Let’s assume your per unit cost is Rs.13 and your car can run 6 km in a unit which means you will spend Rs. 2.1 approx per Km when you charge your vehicle at home.
But, at ElectriVa’s charging station you can save upto 14% as we let you charge your EV at Rs. 1.8* per Km approx.

*Please note that price are subjected to change at any time without prior notice

The time to charge an electric automobile depends on a number of factors, including the battery size and charging capability. The effects of cold weather and other environmental factors on charging speed can be significant.

Electric cars have become more relevant in India than they have ever been, as seen by the addition of new EVs. Electric vehicle demand has increased dramatically, particularly in the two-wheeler market, which has developed at an almost exponential rate. The four-wheeler industry, on the other hand, is still in its infancy in the country, with only a few electric vehicles on the market. Some of the difficulties restricting the popularity of electric automobiles in the nation include the high cost of electric technology and the lack of a solid charging network. Despite this, it is safe to conclude that a shift from petrol and diesel-powered automobiles to electric vehicles has begun, albeit on a small scale. Of course, we can only make the switch to electric automobiles if we have affordable choices in the country. Here are three affordable electric vehicles available in India:

Tata Tigor EV

Tata Nexon EV

Mahindra e verito

Tata Nexon EV Max


Hyundai Kona

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