The Indian car industry is unpredictable and 2019 has been especially troublesome, with deals plunging and the business weaving through a lot of changes in policies and regulations. Furthermore, there were no solid strategies or steps taken on electrification in the car business also. India is far from getting used to electric autos and the sales data from April 2019 to October 2019 show that. As indicated by a report, just 1,071 units of electric vehicles were sold in India between April-October 2019. It simply framed a small portion of 0.067 per cent of the all-out vehicle deals in India during a similar time.
|Rank||Model||April-October 2019||Monthly average|
|1||Mahindra Verito EV||434||62|
|3||Hyundai Kona (June ’19 onwards)||227||45|
The Mahindra Verito EV is the best selling electric vehicle in India with 434 units sold in April-October 2019, with month to month sales of 62 units. The next step has been given to the Tata Tigor EV, which sold 389 units, with 56 units being sold every month. The huge shock here has been the Hyundai Kona, of which 227 units have been sold since June 2019, with normal month to month offers of 45 units. The Mahindra E20 has sold only 21 units in the said seven months.
2020 however, holds a ton of guarantee the extent that electric vehicles are concerned. Stable regulations or not, the new year will see plenty of EV launches, with the greatest ones being the Tata Nexon EV, MG ZS electric SUV and the Audi E-Tron. We expect the Tata Nexon EV and the MG ZS EV to be launched in January 2020. Other huge electric vehicle launched incorporate Maruti WagonR EV and Mahindra eKUV100 also. India will likewise observe an excellent electric vehicle being propelled in 2020 such as Jaguar I-Pace and the Porsche Taycan, which could in all likelihood be India’s first completely electric sports car.