Tata Harrier EV

Harrier EV

Harrier EV

Estimated Price : ₹ 25 Lakh - ₹ 30 Lakh

Expected Launch : April 2025

Key Specifications

Driving Range Upto 400 kms
Battery & Motor Type 50 kWh Battery Pack
BHP 143 bhp
Transmission Automatic
Fuel Electric
Seats 5
Mileage: Upto 400 kms
Engine: 50 kWh Battery Pack
BHP: 143 bhp
Transmission: Automatic
Fuel: Electric
Seats: 5

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 List of Cheapest Electric Cars in India 2024
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List of Cheapest Electric Cars in India 2024

Electric Vehicles are always associated as a premium product in the Indian market. Car buyers always prefer entry-level ICE vehicles as their first car; However, things have started to change. Several affordable electric vehicles are now on sale in the country. Not just hatchbacks, several low budget electric SUVs are also available for customers looking to drive home their first car. Seeing the growing demand for affordable EVs, more brands are now planning to enter the EV space. In this article, we bring you a list of cheapest electric cars available in India. List of Cheapest Electric Cars In India 2024 Model Name Price Range Range MG Comet EV Rs 6.99 lakh - 9.24 lakh 230 km Tata Tiago EV Rs 7.99 lakh - 11.89 lakh 250-315 km Citroen eC3 Rs 11.61 lakh - 13.35 lakh 320 km Tata Tigor EV Rs 12.49 lakh - 13.75 lakh 315 km Tata Punch EV Rs 10.99 lakh - 15.49 lakh 315 - 421 km Tata Nexon EV  Rs 14.74 lakh - 19.99 lakh           325 - 465 km                 Mahindra XUV400       Rs 15.49 lakh - 19.39 lakh 375 - 456 km MG Comet EV The MG Comet EV is the most affordable electric car on sale in our market. It is available in the price bracket of Rs 6.99 lakh to Rs 9.24 lakh (ex-showroom). The base model is this 2-door EV comes with many advantages & few disadvantages. Specs Comet EV Battery Pack 17.3kWh Electric Motor Permanent Synchronous Motor         Power 41.42 bhp Torque 110 Nm Range 230 Km Drivetrain FWD Charging Time (0-100%)               7.4 kW AC Charger - 3.5 hours 3.3 kW AC Charger - 7 hours Positives - A size smaller than 3 meters makes daily driving through busy city roads easy - The smaller proportions & a range of over 200km makes it a good car for city usage - Offers decent space for 4 adults - Premium & feature loaded interior - Big seats for front & rear occupants   Negatives - Hard to access second-row seats - No boot space with all-seats in position - Do not support fast charging capabilities - Highway run is not possible in this car Tata Tiago EV Tata Tiago EV is the most affordable 4-door electric car on sale in our market. The Tiago EV is available in the price range of Rs 7.99 lakh - Rs 11.89 lakh (ex-showroom). This electric hatchback comes as a good alternative to several entry-level ICE vehicles. Specs Tiago EV Battery Pack 19.2 kWh - 24 kWh Electric Motor Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Power 60.34 bhp - 73.75 bhp Torque 110 Nm - 114 Nm Range 250 Km - 315 Km Drivetrain FWD Charging Time         7.2 kW AC Charger - 3.6 hours  (10-100%) 25 kW DC Charger - 58 minutes (10-80%)            Positives - A good space to accommodate 5-adults - Higher variants offer good range to do short highway runs - Compact size helps in driving through busy Indian streets - Gets all the required features - Offers multiple drive modes, with sport mode offering fun to drive experience   Negatives - No alloy wheels on offer - The entry-level variants with smaller battery pack offers very low range - Could have offered more features like adjustable rear headrests & a better touchscreen Tata Tigor EV It is basically the compact sedan iteration of the Tata Tiago EV; however, it has a bigger battery pack and offers more range. Priced in the range of Rs 11.61 lakh - 13.35 lakh, the Tata Tigor EV is only available in a single battery pack option. Specs Tigor EV Battery Pack 26 kWh Electric Motor Permanent Magnet Synchronous Power 73.75 bhp Torque 170 Nm Range 315 Km Drivetrain FWD Charging Time               15 A Plug-Point - 9HR 24MIN  (10-100%) 25 kW DC Charger - 59 minutes (10-80%)                    Positives - Supports fast charging - 0-80% in 65 minutes - Offers a realistic range of over 200km in a single charge - Good suspension setup, offers good ride quality - Enough to accommodate 4 adults & 1 kid. Negatives - Low boot space - Misses out on several comfort & convenience features - Significantly expensive than the Tiago EV Citroen eC3 The French automaker, Citroen entered the EV space with the eC3 compact electric hatchback. Based on the C3 hatch, this electric hatchback offers space for 4 adults and a decent range. This Citroen eC3 EV can be bought online or at authorised Citroen dealerships and it costs Rs 12.49 lakh - 13.75 lakh (ex-showroom). Specs eC3 Battery Pack 29.2 kWh Electric Motor Permanent Magnet Synchronous Power 56.21 bhp Torque 143 Nm Range 320 Km Drivetrain FWD Charging Time                 15 A Socket - 10 HR 5 MIN  (10-100%)                   DC Charger - 57 minutes (10-80%) Positives - Spacious interiors - Engine is tuned in a way to offer easy driving experience for first time buyers - Offers a realistic range of over 200km   Negatives - Misses out on several key features including powered ORVMs - Performance could have been better - More options available in the same price bracket.  Tata Punch EV The Tata Punch EV is currently the most desirable electric vehicle on sale in our market. It attracts huge demand among first time cars buyers or people looking to buy their first EV. It is available in multiple variants with prices ranging from Rs 10.99 lakh to 15.49 lakh. Specs Punch EV Battery Pack 25 kWh - 35 kWh Electric Motor Permanent Magnet Synchronous Power 80.46 bhp & 120.6 bhp Torque 114 Nm & 190 Nm Range 315 Km & 421 Km Drivetrain FWD Charging Time           7.2 kW AC Charger - 5 Hr (10-100%) 50 kW DC Charger - 56 Min (10-80%)       Positives - Realistic range of over 250km - Feature-loaded cabin - twin 10.25-inch touchscreen - Looks better than competition - Feels quick & offers good ride quality   Negatives - Rear seat space is low compared to the ICE version - Higher variants are significantly pricier - Electronics are not very reliable - several issues Tata Nexon EV This Tata Nexon EV model plays an important role in Tata Motors huge success in the EV space. The EV is hugely popular among electric car buyers, as it offers decent range clubbed with aggressive pricing of Rs 14.74 lakh - 19.99 lakh. Specs Nexon EV Battery Pack 30 kWh - 40.5 kWh Electric Motor Permanent Synchronous Motor Power 127.39 bhp Torque 215 Km Range 325 Km Drivetrain FWD Charging Time              7.2 kW AC Charger -  4.20 Hours (10-100%)           50 kW DC Charger - 56 Min (10-80%) Positives - Offers several high-end features like V2L charging - Larger 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment & digital driver's display - Multiple battery packs & realistic range of over 250km in a single charge   Negatives - The range could have been better, a realistic range of over 300km should be on offer - The rear seats should be designed to offer better thigh support - Reliability issues with electronics  Mahindra XUV400 With XUV400, Mahindra re-enters the EV space. It is basically the EV version of the XUV300; however, the length is longer than the sub-4 meter SUV. This mid-sized Mahindra XUV400 EV SUV is priced in the range of Rs 15.49 lakh - 19.39 lakh (ex-showroom). Specs XUV400 EV Battery Pack 34.5 kWh - 39.5 kWh Electric Motor Permanent Synchronous Motor Power 147.51 bhp Torque 310 Nm Range 375 Km - 456 Km Drivetrain FWD Charging Time                     7.2 kW AC Charger -  6.30 Hours (0-100%)           50 kW DC Charger - 50 Min (10-80%) Positives - Spacious & feature-loaded cabin - Fun-to-drive experience - offers drive modes - Claimed 0-100kmph in just 8.3 seconds   Negatives - Realistic range could be better FAQ's Q1. Which is India's no. 1 EV? The Tata Nexon EV is currently the top-selling electric vehicle in the Indian market. This small SUV accounts for more than 50% of total Tata EVs sold in our market. In fact, it manages to outperform several affordable EVs on sale. Q2. Which is the Best Small Electric Car in India? Tata Punch EV is currently the best small electric car in India, as it offers a high range, segment-leading features and attractive styling along with aggressive pricing. However, customers can opt for the MG Comet EV or Tata Tiago EV for city drive. Q3. Is EV cheaper than petrol? The cost of buying an EV in India is definitely higher than the petrol version. However, the running cost of EVs are significantly lower compared to ICE vehicles.    Read Also: Top 11 Car Brands in India: Updated List 2024

 Top 11 Car Brands in India: Updated List 2024
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Top 11 Car Brands in India: Updated List 2024

There has been a massive influx of car brands in India over the past few years. However, market leaders (in terms of sales volume) have largely remained the same with a few changing ranks. From hatchbacks to luxury off-roaders, the Indian automobile industry has it all.  Due to so many brands, it may become difficult for you to select the right one as every automaker has something different to offer. Understanding what drives these market leaders before purchasing a car is important. This blog will help you learn about these companies and what sets them apart from each other.  List of Top Car Brands by Sales Volume in 2023 Rank Brand Units Sold Market Share 1  Maruti Suzuki           17,07,068                       Over 10%                     2 Hyundai  6,02,111   3 Tata 5,50,871 4 Mahindra 4,32,876 5 Kia  2,55,000   5 - 10% 6 Toyota 2,21,356 7 Honda 84,286     Under 5% 8 MG 56,902 9 Skoda 48,755 10 Renault 48,321 11 Volkswagen 43,481 Top Car Brands in India Maruti Suzuki Since the launch of its 800 in 1983, Maruti Suzuki has gained a reputation for producing mass-market affordable cars. It does not stop there. With its Nexa line, Maruti Suzuki has carved a niche for itself by selling premium cars, including hatchbacks and SUVs.  Another area where Maruti shines is fuel-efficient engines that are further complimented by hybrid technology. The Japanese carmaker has ensured to price its cars while offering all of the above competitively.  Its bestsellers Include the Alto K10, Wagon R, Swift, DZire and Grand Vitara What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Affordable service cost Safety parameters After-sales value EV's addition to the lineup Pan India network of service centres     Improved engine performance        Reliability Diesel discontinued Fuel efficient engines No ADAS yet Hyundai One of the South Koreans on this list, Hyundai is a part of the over 10% market share club of carmakers and rivals Tata and Mahindra. Hyundai takes the mass-market category up a segment by offering premium cars that are tech-packed. This allows them to price their cars slightly above their competitors.  In recent times, Hyundai has showcased its commitment to safety with six airbags as standard across the lineup, while its Verna sedan scored 5 stars in GNCAP. There is an EV on offer as well.  Bestsellers from Hyundai’s camp are the Creta, Verna, Venue and i20. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Feature loaded Pricing of cars Turbo petrol engines                No hybrids Diesel available Driving dynamics N Line range of cars Entry-level hatchback missing       Tata Next up is India’s homegrown brand Tata which has been around even before Independence. What started as a locomotive brand has now become the manufacturer of the country’s safest vehicles. In fact, the Nexon holds the title of India’s first car to secure a 5-star rating in GNCAP testing.  It also boasts an impressive range of electric cars that have a long feature list. Because of the local assembly of parts, Tata can price its cars aggressively.  Tata brand is synonymous with the Safari, Harrier, Nexon and Punch EV. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved High on safety Reliability issues Dual CNG cylinder tech Service centre experience Powerful diesel engines     No hybrids on offer Impressive EVs Variant-wise nomenclature and segregation     Mahindra Another Indian on the list, Mahindra and Mahindra Group started as a steel manufacturing company and has been around for seven decades, with a current turnover of $21 billion. Mahindra is known for its SUVs, especially the diesel ones which are high in torque.  Apart from producing passenger cars, Mahindra has also made inroads in Formula E, military vehicles and tractor manufacturing. It has an upcoming line of Born Electric or ‘BE’ cars, including BE 05 and BE 09, that would change India’s EV landscape completely.  XUV 3XO, XUV700, XUV400 and Scorpio N are some of the SUVs from Mahindra’s product catalogue. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Reliability factor Quality issues Punchy diesel engines Limited EV portfolio                        Capable off-roaders Bolero outdated SUVs feature premium interiors         Kia Sister company of Hyundai, Kia success story in India is a case story in itself. Kia entered India in 2019 with the Seltos and changed the compact SUV segment completely. Over the past five years, India has become the fourth-largest global market for the Korean brand and its lineup has matured with the addition of luxury Carnival MPV (due for a facelift). Notably, none of the Kia cars have ever flopped.  What sets Kia apart from Hyundai are its aggressive styling design language and sharp driving dynamics. Because of its connection with India’s second-largest carmaker, parts sharing becomes easy and the cost of research and development is saved. Products from Kia’s garage include the Sonet, Seltos, Carens and EV6. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Styling SUV missing in the lineup Multiple trims to choose from Hybrid unavailable Advanced and loaded interior          Service centre network needs expansion         Value for money   Punchy diesel engines   Toyota Simply put, the Toyota brand is synonymous with reliability and that has been its USP. On this factor alone the Japanese carmaker has been selling some of its SUVs at a premium. Cars like the Fortuner can clock north of 300,000 kilometres and would still be working just fine. It is also one of the few companies making an off-road pickup truck, whose market is at a nascent stage.  Another reason why Toyota does what it does is its service experience. The brand has been committed to providing their customers with optimal car service experience leaving a good impression on them. If resale value is a concern for you, nothing beats it like a Toyota. Toyota has a product range of 12 cars out of which 6 are SUVs, including the Fortuner, Hilux and Land Cruiser 300. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Extremely reliable Fortuner’s interior dated, sunroof missing Resale value Pricing should be reworked Diesel engines are high in torque      Luxury sedans overpriced Pick-up SUV available Sports division can be considered for India       SUVs feature premium interiors   Honda Of the three Japanese automobile companies in this list, Honda sits at the third spot when it comes to sales volume. Like Toyota, Honda banks heavily on its reliable engines. The same are also famous among enthusiasts for being free-revving, with some clocking upwards of 7,000 rpm.  Though major carmakers have downsized on cylinders while adding turbochargers, Honda continues to sell naturally aspirated blocks in this day and age. Then comes superb ride quality and spacious interiors appealing to the buyers. It also has a two-wheeler division as well where it rivals Hero and Bajaj.  Honda sells four cars in the country - Amaze, City, Elevate and City e:HEV. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Spacious interiors Product lineup limited to 4 cars Ride comfort Hatchback missing Free revving nature of engines       No pure EV on offer yet Resale value Diesel offering can be considered         MG MG sells its cars in India in collaboration with JSW, which acquired 35% of its operations. The positive growth in Kia’s sales has come because of SUVs and its EV range, catering to a diverse group of customers. When it comes to the latest technology, ride comfort and modern design, MG has been at the forefront.  Its Gloster SUV, in 2020, became the nation’s first car to feature Level 1 ADAS. Its service network has also grown at a tremendous rate in recent years.  Hector, Comet EV, Astor and ZS EV are popular products from MG. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved     Feature-packed interior Sedan missing Ride comfort Reliability issues Petrol and diesel engines on offer Transmission problems Gloster SUV gets twin-turbo (1st in segment)   Skoda Skoda has a really interesting story in India and is an example of how one can benefit from keeping up with the needs and expectations of the buyers. The Czech manufacturer went through an entire product overhaul and brought cars that are extremely safe, handle well and high on performance. This has also led to a shift in the perception of the brand from expensive to superb (no pun intended) value for money. To note, Volkswagen holds a 100% stake in Skoda Auto.  From Slavia to Kodiaq, there’s a Skoda for everyone. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Safety Addition of naturally aspirated engines    Driving dynamics No hybrid on offer Feature-packed interior     Service network expansion Exterior styling   Renault Renault has been around for about two decades and has garnered immense success in India. Its Duster was instrumental in popularising the SUV segment and paved the way for its future lineup. There are other factors like affordable pricing and fuel-efficient engines to complement the French automobile manufacturer.  Renault has time and again shown its serious commitment towards Indians by experimenting with the introduction of multiple vehicle types. According to reports, Renault is planning to launch four new cars in its joint venture with Nissan. Recently unveiled internationally, Renault aims to bring back the Duster in an all-new avatar in the domestic market.  From Renault’s stable, Kwid, Kiger and Triber are on sale. What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Value for money Turbo missing on Triber Fuel efficient engines AMT transmission jerky                    SUV-inspired styling of the Kwid         Safety aspect Triber MUV smart features Features on offer Volkswagen At the time of writing, Volkswagen is the world’s biggest car manufacturer by sales. VW’s success story is reminiscent of Skoda. When it comes to quality Volkswagen is a brand that never compromises. Be it the safety parameter or the tech-loaded interiors, VW has been consistently offering the best there is to buy.  With the launch of vehicles with its India 2.0 strategy, the German brand established itself as a premium brand that can also price its cars competitively while offering a lot. Credit goes to VW for taking its Indian customers seriously and bringing quality products What We Like Things That Can Be Improved Top-notch safety Naturally aspirated addition                    Driving dynamics DCT gearbox issues Upmarket exterior Expensive service costs Loaded interior Polo comeback Cylinder-deactivation tech for fuel efficiency       More EVs can be brought FAQs Q1. Which Company is Best For Cars? There are multiple factors to consider when it comes to the best car company in India. But as evident from this blog, Maruti Suzuki is the best car company in terms of sales, followed by Hyundai and Tata. Q2. What Are The Top 3 Car Brands? Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai and Tata are the top three car brands in India. Q.3 Which is The Safest Car in India? Tata Nexon scored 5 stars in the GNCAP test, making it one of the topmost cars that are high on safety Read Also: Petrol vs Diesel Car: Which One Is Better for You in India?

Production-Spec Tata Curvv Interior Spied
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Production-Spec Tata Curvv Interior Spied

The highly anticipated Tata Curvv has been spied several times on the Indian roads. Recently, the production-spec model of the upcoming Coupe SUV has been spotted, revealing its interior and range of tech features. Tata Curvv: What We Know? Based on the spy images, the production-spec Curvv has a similar dashboard as the Tata Nexon. It also features a similar layout with the free-floating touchscreen above the sleek central AC vents. The steering wheel has a 4-spoke unit with the illuminated Tata logo. Besides, the Curvv is expected to have the same drive mode selector and the automatic gear shifter offered in Nexon. However, it will have a different cabin theme. Other expected features include a 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system, a 10.25-inch digital driver's display, a panoramic sunroof, and ventilated front seats. Safety Features On the safety front, the upcoming Curvv is likely to offer 6 airbags, front & rear parking sensors, a 360-degree camera with blind spot monitoring, and electronic stability control. The car is also expected to get a full suite of ADAS comprising features like autonomous braking, adaptive cruise control, and lane keep assist. Powertrain Details Tata Curvv is expected to offer a new 1.2-litre T-GDi (Turbo-Petrol) engine while its 1.5-litre diesel unit will be borrowed from Nexon. The electric powertrain of the upcoming Curvv could also be on offer. Based on Tata's Gen2 platform, the Currv EV is likely to offer a range of up to 500 km. Launch and Price Tata is expected to launch the Curvv in our country in the latter half of 2024. As for the price, it is likely to hover around Rs 11 lakh (ex-showroom). Also Read: Mahindra XUV700 AX5 Select Variant Launched at Rs 16.89 Lakh

Tata Harrier Petrol, Harrier EV to Launch in 2025
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Tata Harrier Petrol, Harrier EV to Launch in 2025

Tata Motors is planning to bring petrol and electric versions of the Harrier SUV. Currently, the Tata Harrier is offered with a 2.0-litre turbo diesel engine. Now, the automaker aims to boost sales by introducing the Harrier petrol and Harrier EV in early 2025. Tata Harrier Petrol According to the sources, the petrol-powered Harrier will feature an all-new 1.5-litre turbo direct injection engine. This unit is likely to deliver the maximum power of 167 bhp and 280 Nm of torque. This same engine option might also be offered in the upcoming Tata Curvv, slated to launch for this festive season. Tata Harrier Electric The electric version of the Harrier SUV has been seen in its close-to-production form at the 2024 Bharat Mobility Show. Its production-ready model will be similar to the concept version. From the outside, it will feature a new blanked-off grille, a new LED light bar running across its width, a tweaked front bumper with angular creases, redesigned tail lamps, and black cladding. On the inside, it might receive a large touchscreen infotainment system, a touch panel for AC controls, a new twin-spoke steering wheel, and more. Like Punch.ev, Harrier.ev will also be based on the brand's new Acti.EV platform. This platform supports multiple battery packs and 3 drivetrain setups; FWD, RWD, and 4WD. It will also have the V2V (Vehicle-to-Vehicle) and V2L (Vehicle-to-Load) charging capabilities. Besides, the upcoming Harrier EV could get a 60 kWh battery pack with a range of approximately 500 km. Also Read: All-New Mahindra Bolero in the Works - New Platform

Tata Harrier EV FAQ

The upcoming Tata Harrier EV is expected to be priced between Rs 30 lakh to Rs 40 lakh (ex-showroom) in India.

The upcoming Tata Harrier EV is expected to go on sale by May 2024.

The yet to be launched Tata Harrier EV would bear a futuristic look. Its front profile highlights a LED strip that stretches right across providing the vehicle a unique and minimal look. A similar end-to-end LED strip would be seen on the bootlid. In addition, Tata has confirmed that the Harrier EV would be based on the Gen 2 architecture, and the model is likely to feature a two-motor setup. This means that the SUV can be expected to come with a Sport or Off-Road Mode.

The alternatives of the upcoming Tata Harrier EV would be the Isuzu MU-X, Jeep Meridian, and BYD Atto 3.

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