Future of Electric Car in India






 “Change is the only constant thing in the World which will never Change”. Yes! the World is getting ready to feel a drastic change in the means of transport. Introduction of Electric Cars where you and I can just get in and get out, rest will be handled by the advanced technology.

The idea of making an electric car is not generated in this millennium, but its seeds grounded before 100 years. Abundant availability of Crude Oil by which petrol and diesel are generated in those days slowed down the idea of electric cars. As the world is facing the fear of scarcity of petrol and diesel, it automatically pulls towards the next generation Cars running with the help of electrically charged batteries.

India, a densely populated country is already in the virtue of producing electric Cars forecasting the future demand. Traces of Tata Nexon EV, TESLA’s electric trucks, and Cars are live examples. As electricity can be generated in many ways like solar, water, thermal, lignite, and most importantly it's a renewable source that pushes human brains to lock them for the future and it creates its necessity.

The advantages of electric cars are listed below:

  1. Undoubtedly, an electric car leads to a pollution-free environment and ensures Zero emissions.
  2. Advanced technologies of artificial intelligence, self-driven, accident-free logic will be possible out of electric cars.
  3. Usage of individual drivers will be solely reduced or even diminished because of the self-driving capacity of electric cars.
  4. Gearless and easy to handle frameworks will ensure safety and security which enables women, young adults to old hands to access electric cars with ease.
  5. A high-quality suspensions and shock absorbers facility eliminates vibration to zero levels.

Listing out some of the disadvantages of electric cars as follows:

  1. The advanced technology pieces of machinery and equipment must have the required manpower efficiency to rectify complicated repairs.
  2. The cost of the vehicle may be expensive
  3. Charging the battery is a time-consuming process as it takes at least 1 hour in the station and a minimum of 6 hours in our households.

But, time and necessity will overcome the pitfalls at a rapid speed. Even now in some foreign countries charging a battery is made possible while a car running on a separate lane of the roads which is ultimately a time-saving process.

Also, once the battery is charged, it can run up to 200 kilometers to 300 kilometers without refilling the charge which can be even better when it moves in plenty in the future.

In India, these types of cars will be used by a majority of the population in 30 to 40 years. Being a traffic-jammed, densely populated country, we will adapt to these electrical cars sooner than expected. It also curbs the menace of dust which is a challenging factor in the northern part of the country.

The introduction of these electric cars votes and advocates strongly for the quote, “Necessity is the mother of invention”. 

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