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EVINDIABaja Chetak EV spy photos leaked: All you can expect-img
Baja Chetak EV spy photos leaked: All you can expect

Recent reports of the Chetak e-scooter test mule on Indian roads indicate that Bajaj is working on a cheaper version of the vehicle. The model's appearance and design were unaltered in the spy photos that quickly went viral online. But there was a noticeable difference at the back wheel. The electric motor of the spotted Chetak scooter was situated on the hub. The rear tyre rim was completely covered, in contrast to the Chetak that was previously in use. The latest model has a multi-spoke alloy wheel and a direct-drive electric motor. The forthcoming model could exclude the earlier single-sided unit given that the spotted Chetak has a double-sided swingarm. Here are some additional details regarding the updated e-scooter. According to the spy photos, the more economical Chetak variation would maintain the same design as the present one. According to rumours, the carmaker, in an effort to save costs, may make a few small changes to the bodywork by converting from the present metal to plastic. The new Chetak EV will be powered by a 2.9kWh battery that will be connected to a new hub-mounted motor. Another cost-cutting effort is being made with this measure. It is clear from all of these changes that the carmaker wants to release a cost-effective Chetak. The cost of the current model is Rs. 1.15 lakh (ex-showroom). The future edition may cost less than a lakh with cost-effective tweaks. Sooner or later, more precise information is anticipated to be made public.Bajaj just launched a brand-new model, the N150, to their 150cc motorcycle inventory. The motorcycle's 149.6cc single-cylinder engine produces 14.5bhp and 13.5Nm and costs Rs. 1.18 lakh (ex-showroom) in India. It has a headlamp that has an LED projector in the middle and two LED DRLs on either side of it. Additionally, it comes in three colour choices: Metallic Pearl White, Ebony Black, and Racing Red. The Suzuki Gixxer, Hero Xtreme 160R, and TVS Apache RTR 160 4V are the new motorcycle's main rivals in the market.

EVINDIASKODA expected to launch pocket-friendly EV in India: All you need to know-img
SKODA expected to launch pocket-friendly EV in India: All you need to know
A cost-effective electric vehicle (EV) with a starting price of between Rs. 12.5 lakh and Rs. 16.6 lakh (ex-showroom) is about to be released in India by the Czech carmaker SKODA. The business wants to compete with current models like the Tata Nexon.ev, Mahindra XUV400, and the future Citroen eC3 Aircross while riding the wave of EV popularity in the nation. SKODA Auto board member Martin Jahn discussed the company's goals during a gathering in Vietnam, where it recently started doing business.The business is looking at joint ventures and opportunities for regional production.SKODA is looking at a number of partnerships and localization techniques to produce an inexpensive EV for the Indian market. The MEB platform from Volkswagen might be modified for regional manufacturing; alternatively, a new electric platform could be developed in collaboration with a regional original equipment manufacturer (OEM). Given their prior partnerships on the MEB platform and powertrains, Mahindra may be a prospective partner for the carmaker.Electrifying current models is being consideredOne of SKODA's existing models may be converted into an entry-level EV for India. The top competitors are KUSHAQ and SLAVIA since they both rest on the MQB A0 IN platform. SKODA might save expenses associated with designing and constructing a new model from scratch and increase production effectiveness by electrifying these cars. For the desired pricing range, a single-motor front-wheel-drive setup with a battery capacity of 40 to 45 kWh would be appropriate.Future goals and anticipated launch date for SKODAIn 2025, SKODA's cheap EV is anticipated to arrive in North America. Prior to that, the business intends to release the ENYAQ EV in the premium segment. The automaker's development ambitions in the ASEAN area include a greater component aimed towards India. The facility at Chakan, India, is crucial in delivering automobiles to Vietnam and other emerging countries. The area will have the KODIAQ, KAROQ, KUSHAQ, SUPERB, SLAVIA, and OCTAVIA as well as the ENYAQ EV in the automaker's lineup.

EVINDIAEv sales in India expected to reach 20 million by 2030-img
Ev sales in India expected to reach 20 million by 2030
By 2030, India's annual sales of electric vehicles are projected to be close to 20 million units, with the majority of those sales coming from electric two- and three-wheelers.According to Kaushik Madhavan, Global Head and Vice President, of the  Consulting, Automotive and Transportation, MarketsandMarkets Research, "Growth in EV volumes will be driven by increased model availability, positive customer sentiments, and push from governments."By then, electric two- and three-wheelers are anticipated to contribute more than 90% of the yearly volumes. From 0.6 million in 2022 to 0.8 million in 2023, 1.1 million in 2024, and 14.4 million in 2030, sales of electric two-wheelers are predicted to increase. He predicted that mass, individual, and shared transit will all play a significant role in India's electrification in the years to come."While the most recent FAME subsidy reduction has had an impact on the sales of electric two-wheelers, I think it just has a passing effect. I'm hopeful that things will get better and that the volume will go up. Electric two-wheeler OEMs are now focusing on affordable electric two-wheelers for the Indian market after the FAME II subsidy was lowered, he said.According to Madhavan, new business models are beginning to emerge in India's electric mobility sector, and localised aggregate development for EVs is reducing dependency on imports and developing domestic competencies and skills.The creation of Centres of Excellence for e-mobility solutions is one of the crucial models. In R&D for EV aggregates for local and international markets, EV OEMs from all categories are spending. Additionally, collaborations are being established for data analytics/predictive maintenance products with academic institutions and technological start-ups.The best course of action, according to him, is to concentrate on developing in India the skill and expertise necessary to provide cost-effective solutions exclusively for Indian clients.Other methods include prioritising motor technology and segment clusters, collaborations with microfinance & NBFCs to help the purchase of electric two and three-wheelers in Tier 2 & 3 locations, and fleet electrification through institutional captive sales.The circular economy will also play a major role in the development of e-mobility. According to Madhavan, one of the main elements influencing future investment in India would be the circularity of the whole value chain.

EVINDIABMW's new launch iX1 E-SUV sold out within few hours of launch-img
BMW's new launch iX1 E-SUV sold out within few hours of launch
The recently introduced BMW iX1 electric SUV was completely sold out in India for the remainder of the year just a few hours after reservations began, according to the German carmaker. The iX1 would be offered in India as a fully built unit (CBU), according to a statement made by BMW. The precise quantity of iX1 SUVs that went on sale on Thursday, however, has not yet been disclosed by the firm. The iX1 electric SUV was made available by BMW in India for 66.90 lakh rupees (ex-showroom). BMW India President Vikram Pawah stated in a statement on the 'amazing response' the iX1 SUV had, "It is thrilling to have such an incredible response for the first completely electric BMW iX1. Being totally sold out on the opening day is a fantastic start for the iX1 in India. As is its nature, it has pushed forward and outperformed. And this is only the start! We are sure that this high-end electric SAV will dominate the luxury electric vehicle market. Our forward-thinking customers will further accelerate the development of sustainable transportation with cutting-edge electric options from BMW Group India.”Features of BMW iX1: The BMW iX1 comes equipped with the company's xDrive all-wheel-drive system and has a range of up to 440 km on a single charge. The iX1 has quick acceleration thanks to the automaker's fifth-generation eDrive technology, reaching 0-100 kmph in under 5.6 seconds. A 66.4 kWh battery pack, two electric motors—one on each axle—and an AWD technology that distributes power to all four wheels propel this electric vehicle. The electric luxury SUV has a top speed of 180 kmph, a maximum torque of 494 Nm, and a peak power of 308 horsepower.The new BMW iX1 is outfitted with quick charging technology, which brings up the subject of range. The battery pack can be charged from 10% to 80% using a 130 kW DC fast charger in approximately 20 minutes. According to BMW, a rapid charger charge may provide a vehicle with a 120-kilometer range in just 10 minutes. The battery pack may also be fully recharged using an 11 kW AC charger in around 6.3 hours.
New ArticleEVINDIA4 EVs Not to Miss on Flipkart Big Billion Days

4 EVs Not to Miss on Flipkart Big Billion Days

28-Sep-23 05:48:47 pm IST
The adoption of electric vehicles has been skyrocketing and this year’s Flipkart Big Billion Days Sale will have EVs on sale. So here are some product you really might want to check
New ArticleEVINDIACDIL unravels its new packaging units for EV semiconductors in India

CDIL unravels its new packaging units for EV semiconductors in India

28-Sep-23 04:12:02 pm IST
To gain expertise and aid in the transition to EVs, CDIL invested R&D resources in discrete Silicon Carbide technology.
New ArticleEVINDIAOorja Energy raises $1.5 million towards clean mobility

Oorja Energy raises $1.5 million towards clean mobility

28-Sep-23 04:09:07 pm IST
The business intends to use the money to expand its product and enter the European and North American markets. Oorja is a cloud-based platform that does predictive modelling using physics principles and machine learning computing methods.
New ArticleEVINDIAEV charger demand expected to grow at 65%: CAGR

EV charger demand expected to grow at 65%: CAGR

27-Sep-23 02:26:19 pm IST
Due to tenders announced by PSUs like CESL, NTPC, IOCL, and KSEB, which are anticipated to add roughly 6,000 charging stations by 2023, the demand for EV chargers in India increased in 2022.
New ArticleEVINDIAAhead of Tokoyo Motor Show Lexus teases audience with its long-range EV

Ahead of Tokoyo Motor Show Lexus teases audience with its long-range EV

27-Sep-23 02:16:05 pm IST
Toyota's new lithium-ion battery technology, which it plans to share with Lexus, delivers more effective battery chemistry that enables thinner battery packs and promises a range of about 800 km on a single charge.
EVINDIATriton EV is all set to unveil its electric truck in India and Middle East

Triton EV is all set to unveil its electric truck in India and Middle East

26-Sep-23 02:35:40 pm IST
Electric trucks are renowned for their advantages to the environment because they have no exhaust emissions. Particularly in metropolitan settings, this can aid in lowering air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions.
EVINDIATamil Nadu firms record 40% contribution in India’s 1mn EV sales

Tamil Nadu firms record 40% contribution in India’s 1mn EV sales

26-Sep-23 02:32:28 pm IST
As of Monday, there have been 1,063,812 electric vehicle sales. Ola Electric, TVS Motor, Ather Energy, and Ampere Vehicles are leading original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) with EV manufacturing plants in the state.
EVINDIAHero launches campaign “Make Way” for EV brand  VIDA

Hero launches campaign “Make Way” for EV brand VIDA

25-Sep-23 02:57:38 pm IST
The campaign, according to the firm, consists of a theme brand video, product films, print, and numerous on-ground activations.
EVINDIAAI will detect EV battery fires: Honeywell in research

AI will detect EV battery fires: Honeywell in research

25-Sep-23 02:53:46 pm IST
According to the SMEV, India sold 8.47 lakh electric two-wheelers in FY-23 despite the rash of EV fires in 2022. The number of sales is 2.5 times the 3.28 lakh electric scooters that were sold in the preceding fiscal.
EVINDIAAther faces loss of 150%: Operating revenue gallops 337%

Ather faces loss of 150%: Operating revenue gallops 337%

23-Sep-23 01:46:43 pm IST
Ather sold 92,005 electric scooters in FY23 as opposed to 23,441 units the year before. The firm opened a second greenfield factory to assemble and test vehicles in the same logistics park as the current plant in Krishnagiri.
EVINDIATesla in talks with India to set up storage factory unit: Report

Tesla in talks with India to set up storage factory unit: Report

23-Sep-23 01:39:19 pm IST
Tesla and the Indian government have been negotiating to establish a new EV plant to produce vehicles costing about $24,000. The company also intends to include the Powerwall idea.
EVINDIATalk in the air: StrideOne is likely to acquire MoEVing

Talk in the air: StrideOne is likely to acquire MoEVing

21-Sep-23 03:19:18 pm IST
MOEVing has so far raised $10 million over the course of two fundraising rounds. StrideOne is one of its current investors. In 2021, it had raised $5 million (or about 40 crores) from a number of angel investors.