As the electric car market is starting to boom, it is important to keep in mind that there are two types of car buyers in India: first, those who want a pure electric car for personal use, and second, those with a second car in their home.
In this article, we are going to look at the second category of car buying.
The first category of people to buy electric cars are those who are the first generation buyers of electric cars, those born in the late 1990s or early 2000s.
The first electric car, the Nissan Leaf, was launched in India in 2008.
It was an eco-friendly, zero-emission vehicle that was priced at Rs. 20,000 (US$25,000).
Since then, the market has grown rapidly, with the first electric cars going on sale in India’s three major cities, Mumbai, Bangalore and Delhi.
Since electric cars were not on the top of the list for the first two years after launch, the industry started to shift towards hybrids.
However, the electric vehicle market in India is still relatively small.
There are over 1.3 million electric cars in the country, with nearly 50% of these cars being hybrids, according to a report by the IHS Automotive Research India.
The second category to purchase electric cars is the second generation.
In India, the second-generation cars have started to come out in the last few years.
They are cheaper than the first-generation electric cars and come in different colors and trim levels.
The biggest difference between these two categories is that the second model has the most range.
There is no need to worry about getting stuck in traffic or getting stuck at a red light because the electric cars will be able to run for over 1,200 kilometres (1,500 miles).
There are two key factors that differentiate these two groups of buyers: First, they are in the early stage of their car buying journey.
Second, the price of these vehicles are cheaper.
The average price of an electric car in India today is Rs. 9,800 (US $11,600).
In India, you can choose from the following options when buying an electric vehicle:The Nissan Leaf electric car is priced at $26,500 (US) with the optional two-year battery.
The most expensive model in India, with an MSRP of Rs. 35,000 ($42,600) is the Tesla Model S. The second-most expensive car in the market is the Hyundai Elantra.
The Elantras range starts at Rs 24,500 ($37,000), which is a very good deal.
The cheapest model is the Renault Zoe.
The price of the Zoe is Rs 5,500 and the price is around Rs 4,000.
The Nissan LEAF is priced around Rs 23,000, with a 2-year rechargeable battery.
This model can run for 1,250 kilometres (900 miles).
The most economical model, with 3-year Li-ion battery, is the Volkswagen Passat.
The Passats range starts around Rs 24.50 ($40,000) with a 3-month rechargeable, 4-wheel drive battery.
The Mercedes E-Class E-100, the most expensive electric car on the market in the world, starts at a whopping Rs 43,500.
This car has a range of around 1,500 kilometres (800 miles).
The Mercedes C-Class is a hatchback, priced at around Rs 40,000 with a 4-year, Li-air battery.
You can get around 3,000 kilometres (2,400 miles) on the C-class with this battery.
A similar price is offered by the Audi Q5, a 4.3-litre petrol-electric hybrid.
The range of the Q5 starts at around 3.3 kilometres ( 1,400 feet).
The Audi Q7 and Audi Q8 are both electric cars.
The Audi A4, the luxury brand, has a 4,600-kilometre range.
The Mercedes S Class has a 5-kilometer (2.5-mile) range.
The best value for electric car buyers is the BMW E-Drive, which starts at an incredible Rs 65,000 for the range of 4,800 kilometres (4,200 miles).
You can even get around 1.7 kilometres (0.9 miles) of range in the E-drive with this one.
The best option for a second vehicle is the Porsche Cayenne S, which is priced from around Rs 45,000-Rs 65,500 for the 4,700-kilogram range.
However the Cayenne is priced to around Rs 38,000 and the Cayennes range starts from Rs 40.
The BMW S-Class has a maximum range of 2,200km and the range is around 4,400