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these will be best in terms of technology......  as company claims to produce these cars with petrol engines. & as per advertisement toyota & VW claims that there cars will be able to run @ a speed of 100Km/h to 150Km/h respectively plus FE of about 50+ KMPL ..... i dont think these will be like reva... will post detail of this very soon

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the future of cars is hybrids,soon each of every 100 cars will be a hybrid one.it's future in india is golden.government should also apply some price cutting schmes for all kinds of hybrid vehicles in so that more and more people opt for a hybrid car to a normal one.in the next 4-6 years their would be plenty of options available for the indian buyers to buy a hybrid car.

lokking forward to the launch of new hybrid car in india 

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While the cost of the battery is a huge problem, Nissan has unveiled its LEAF EV and the concept goes like this - The company leases the battery and doesnt sell them along with the car. So this saves a lot of money and you only need to pay for the rent of the batteries. Replacement and disposal will be taken care by the company

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Have we thought of the electricity consumption? What would be our monthly electricity bill when we keep charging our cars every night for 8-9 hours?

I do not think the electricilty bill will be a big matter - far cheaper than fuel. However, the cost of batteries (whether bought or rented), availability of power (many parts of India have 12+ hours a day of outages), etc. will bebigger issues. I do not expect the nation to switch in a bang so the extra load may hopefully also be a non-issue.

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i read this topic online & found it very informative for all of us , so posting this here: hope all of you like this.

Electric Cars: A Definitive Guide

Question :What Is An Electric Car?

Answer: An electric car is powered by an electric motor instead of a gasoline engine. The electric motor gets energy from a controller, which regulates the amount of power

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Have we thought of the electricity consumption? What would be our monthly electricity bill when we keep charging our cars every night for 8-9 hours?

hello parmod..... Dear if u drive a car just 50 to 70 kms daily u have to burn the fuel ranging in between 5464 to 7650 respectively ( petrol price is taken  51Rs/L & FE is 14 to 15 KMPL)

But same if u use a hybrid car its cost will be not more than 4000 per month....

So which is good & which is bad u can understand.

 Secondly we all are considering that battery should need replacement..No doubt all batteries will need..... but in case of Pyrus & Bolt HV batteries will be used that according to my knowledge in standard conditions of drive & usage can go upto 8 to 10 yrs or minimum 1,50,000 to 2,00,000 KMS...

 

But we have to wait till companies provide official information regarding this issue..

 

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BYD Auto has launched a fully electric car which features a chemically generated Fe battery which can be recycled.

Below are the specifications:

Power consumption: Less than 18kwh/100km
Excellent safety performance
Power: 0 - 100km acceleration in 8 seconds (much faster than the Lienas/Hondas/Hyundais/Marutis)
Top speed of more than 160kmph
Charges Quick: 50% capacity in 10 mins!
Range: more than 400km (longest range of this kind in the world)

More information on www.byd.com

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There is no doubt about the future being very green

Greener cars, less pollution, lower running costs

The whole world can look forward to this

EXCEPT INDIA

 

Because unlike China, we have no serious plan for cars of the future

 

NONE  

 

 

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