Mazda is a well known Japanese Company that is usually known
for the manufacturing of Electric vehicles. Recently, the company made an
Electric Car whose function is similar to a gas car. The company launched its first
Electric car; MX-30 but due to the small battery range, the car received mixed
The new MX-30 contains 35.5kWh battery and this makes the
car capable of delivering a power of 105kh (142hp) and 264 Nm of torque. The
range of cars is quoted as 130 miles and the car takes a time of 9 seconds to accelerate
from 0 to 60 mph.
2. Due To Single
Charge Strategy Tesla has surpassed its competitors
Tesla has now become the most popular electric automobile
maker in the world. Due to its single charging strategy, Tesla has become a top
electric automobile company in the world. According to automobile experts,
Tesla has taken more risks in comparison with traditional automobile maker
because of the policy of making its batteries ever-denser and out of different
materials than competitors. Recently, Tesla said that its Electric Cars are 10
times safer in comparison to any gas or fuel driven cars. Approximately, the
all-electric vehicles of Tesla carry a 280-300 mile range. Presently, the
company focuses on the manufacture of Electric Vehicle.
3. In US, Every Home is
Ready For Electric Cars
Recently, the International Code Council (ICC) announced
that in the US, every home is ready for Electric cars. In every home, at least
one electric car is essential. The building standards organization gives
guidelines for new homes that every home is ready for Electric Vehicle.
According to ICC (International Code Council) in 2030, the
US wants 9.6 million electric charging ports. The organization said that at
least one full-size EV in a single-family garage overnight. Multi-family
buildings will need two spots, along with more that can be easily retrofitted,
a standard known as “EV capable.” Presently, the Electric Vehicle charging
ports exist in Atlanta, Denver, Seattle, and
4. Mahindra’s Main
Focus is on Manufacturing of Electric Vehicles
Recently, Mahindra has announced that the company’s focus is
on the manufacture of electric vehicle for eco-friendly environment. The
government of India also promotes electric vehicles and the government wants
that the personal and commercial vehicles to be converted into electric
vehicle. Goenka (MD of Mahinda and Mahindra Group) announced that the company is
planning to launch its first electric four-wheeler vehicle KUV100 as soon as
possible. The company had already launched a three-wheeler electric vehicle,
Treo last year. Tata and Hyundai India have already launched electric vehicles-Nexon
and Kona respectively. Mahindra announced that it has delivered 1,000 units of
5. Sony is the Surprise Brand Of Electric Cars
Sony company is the surprise brand of electric cars. Presently,
the company is looking to focus on electric cars and recently the company has launched
an electric car. The car contains both the middle display and the one in front
of the passenger seat are touch screens. It comes with climate control
settings. The car can go from 0 to 60 miles per hour in about 4.5 seconds, the
car contains two 200kW motors and the car’s top speed is 149 miles per hour.
The company wants to make more advanced electric vehicles.
6. In Maryland
Potomac Edision Launches Electric Vehicle Charging Station
Recently, Potomac Edison launched Electric Vehicle Station, providing
rebates for both residential and multifamily charger installations. Potomac
Edison will install 59 charging stations, which will be available for public
use throughout its Maryland service area. The program provides a $300 rebate
for qualified Level 2 Electric Vehicle charging stations for residential
customers and a 50 percent rebate for the cost of qualified Level 2 and DC Fast
Charging stations at multifamily properties, up to %5,000. The pilot is
intended to help Maryland utilities evaluate the benefits of Ev charging
deployment while remaining cost-effective for customers and the electric
vehicle offers a clean and eco-friendly environment.
7. In India,
Government Will Establish 2,636 Electric Vehicles Charging Station
For the encouragement of electric vehicles, the Indian government
will establish 2,636 electric vehicle charging station across India. These
charging ports are spread across the 24 states and Union Territories. According
to the government, the maximum EV charging station receives Maharashtra. The
government wants to establish maximum EV charging ports in 2030. According to the CEO of Niti Aayog, Amitabh
Kant- this charging station is available in a grid of 4km*4km in selected
cities. To promote the usage of electric vehicles, the government has cut down
customs duty on electric vehicles parts to 10-15 percent from 15-30 percent in
8. The World’s
Cheapest Cars are coming in India
Presently, big brands of automobiles makers have made a shift
towards manufacturing electric vehicles. China-Based Great Wall Motor are ready
to launch the cheapest electric car in the world in India. The car contains a
35kW motor which delivers the maximum cruising range of 351km. The car’s price
starts at Rs 6.2 lakhs to Rs 8 lakhs. The company is looking for the right
location for manufacturing of EV’s in India. Last year in November, the company
sold a total of 115,162 units. The Great Wall Motors came into being in 1984, and
the company hit the headlines in 2016 when they set the record of selling
1,074,471 cars worldwide.
9. Nissan New
Electric Car Feels Like a Sports Car
The Nissan New Electric Car e-40RCE is the latest Innovation.
The company claims that this electric car gives a driving experience of premium
sports cars. According to the company’s Vice President, the car contains
twin-motor all-wheel control technology which offers precise stability and
handling and this gives drivers great excitement and confidence.
Nissan is using latest technology breaking from the front
and rear motors to minimize vehicle pitch and dive. The same system makes for a
smoother ride on rough road surfaces and for “less jostling” to occur
in heavy city traffic. The company continues to add more features and
10. Pawan Goenka says
that EESL Electric Vehicle Is Not For Personal Use
Recently, Mahindra and Mahindra Managing Director announced
that his EESL electric vehicle is not for personal use. EV’s supplied to
government are made by both Mahindra and Tata Motors. Both the companies supply
their 10,000 units for the use of government officers but due to poor
performance and low range, the officers refused to use the car, so the company
closed the order at 3,000 units.
Then, Mahindra supplied its sedan e-Verito and Tata Motors
sold its sedan Tigor to EESL. The company claimed that when a car is fully
charged they give a range of 130 km. Both the cars
(Mahindra and Tata Motors) comes with a battery pack of 18
11. In 2021, Mahindra
to Launch Electric Vehicle XUV 300
Mahinda is now developing an electric version of XUV300. XUV300
Electric Vehicle will be launched in 2021 and the electric XUV300 will be a
high-range vehicle aimed towards a personal use segment as compared to other
products from the automaker’s electric vehicle division that are geared towards
shared mobility. The company also said that it will be the first product with
battery cells developed exclusively for Indian applications that have been
collaborating with Mahindra in the field of advanced lithium-ion battery
12. Great Demand of Electric
Vehicles in the UK
New car registrations in the U.K. fell by 2.4% in 2019, new
figures from the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) show, with
demand for new cars at a six-year low, according to the organization’s chief
executive. In addition to the 144% growth in battery electric vehicles, hybrid
electric vehicle registrations increased by 17.2% to 97,850 units.
Electric vehicles are becoming the car of choice for an
increasing number of drivers, but they do face challenges. According to the
survey, petrol had a market share of 64.8%, while diesel’s share was 25.2%.
13. Amply makes Electric
Vehicle Charging Super Simple
Electric vehicles need carefully scheduled charging to
ensure that they have sufficient charge for their duties. Running afoul of
electric rates produces embarrassing outcomes that undermine the arguments for
vehicle electrification. New startup Amply Power wants to resolve these
complexities so fleet operators don’t have to.
The rate of charging equipment will fall as the industry
scales up. In the meantime, Amply helps customers track down grants and
subsidies for zero-emission transportation, which bring down the out-of-pocket
expense. To capitalize on an early start, Amply now has to prove it can execute
on its initial contracts, while keeping costs low enough to be
14. Partnership of
ABB Power Products and Ashok Leyland to Develop Electric Buses
ABB Power Products and Ashok Leyland announced a
partnership for public electric mobility space with plans to develop electric
buses. The companies aim to make a pilot electric bus which is based on
flash-charge technology, TOSA, which tops up the battery in just a few seconds
while passengers get on and off the bus.
The aim is to provide zero local emission mass public
transportation bus system with high passenger capacity. The company is joining
hands with ABB to use their world-renowned TOSA technology on e-buses to take
forward the vision of expanding in the EV space.
15. Volkswagen will Hit
1m Electric Cars at The End Of 2023
Volkswagen has now become the world’s largest automobile
maker and presently they have also shifted towards manufacturing of Electric
Vehicles. The company’s manufacturer said that- the company will reach the
target of 1 m electric cars by the end of 2023 and 1.5 m by the end of 2025.
Last year, the company produced more than 70,000
electric cars. Volkswagen will further try to increase the number of electric
vehicles. The Volkswagen group released eight electric and hybrid models in
2020 through their brands such as as-Audi, Skoda and Seat and the company’s
main market is the EU.
16. Why Kia Motors Isn’t
Bringing Electric Vehicles to India
Manohar Bhatt, the Vice President of Kia Motors India said
that Electric Vehicle is not an attractive proposition for customers today. And
they also said that the company is ready for the manufacturing of electric
vehicles but they only manufacture according to customers need.
KIA has sold nearly 45,000 units of the Seltos in just four
months of its launch. And the KIA Carnival MPV will be launched in February
17. In 6 Years, BMW
Sells Over 165,000 Units Of Electric Cars
BMW’s first Electric Vehicle was launched in 2013 and the
car’s name was BMW i3, the car was specially made for the young and urban generation.
According to the sales report of 2019, the company sold 165,000 units
The latest and greatest upgrade came in the form of a BMW i3
120Ah with 153 miles (246 km). The car is made thought carbon fiber reinforced
18. In 2019, only
1,309 Electric Cars sold in India
The sales figures of Electric cars in the India market is
not good because in 2019, only 1,309 electric cars were sold in India.
According to automobile industry data, the e-cars sales number doesn’t match
the hype, as only 1,309 units have sold in April to November of 2019.
Presently, In India only three automobiles companies
involved in the manufacturing of electric cars, which are Tata Tigor EV,
Hyundai Kona EV, and Mahindra e-Verito.
In the last eight months, Tata sold 491 units of electric
vehicles, on the other hand, Mahindra e-Verito has sold 513 units during
April-November of 2019. In the last eight months, the Mahindra sold only 25
units of electric vehicles.