The Electric Evolution of India's Popular Cars

Future Roads: Harrier, Creta, Kwid - India's Iconic Cars Go Electric. Stay informed on the latest in sustainable mobility.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Mahindra's EV Trio

Mahindra plans to electrify XUV700, Scorpio, and Thar in 2-3 years, featuring a 60 kWh battery and 450-500 km range using INGLO architecture.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Tata's Electric Showcase

Tata Motors showcases the Harrier EV, set to launch within 2 years, while Safari and Punch follow suit with a dual-motor setup and 500+ km range.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Hyundai's EV Ambitions

Hyundai tests Creta and Exter for EV conversion; Creta EV shares Kona powertrain, expected in 2025, while Exter aims for affordability.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Honda's Electrified Future

Honda commits to replacing Elevate's hybrid with an all-electric version in the next three years, with details forthcoming.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Maruti Suzuki's EV Revolution

Maruti Suzuki targets six new EVs by 2030, unveiling the eVX concept, including a WagonR EV for the mass market.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Renault EV Launch

Renault confirms Kwid EV's launch by late 2024 or early 2025, part of a strategy involving nine new models in 2-3 years, targeting affordability in competition with Tata Tiago EV.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)

Explore India's Auto Revolution

India's auto industry is electrifying iconic models, signaling a commitment to sustainability. Stay tuned for updates on the shift to electric power, shaping the future of mobility in the country.

by Mausam Kumar Mishra (MBA)