Maruti e-Survivor Concept
This is Maruti’s first ever electric concept car which is expected to hit Indian roads in 2020. The car – showcased first in Tokyo in 2017 – is powered by two electric motors. Apart from the e-Survivor, Maruti will also showcase its next generation hybrid vehicle.
Renault Zoe EV
Renault will exhibit its electric vehicle Zoe. Powered by a 41kWH battery, the car can be charged in over an hour and offers a range of 400 kilometres. There’s no official word about when the car will be launched in India
The Korean auto giant will showcase its international range of electric vehicle Ioniq. The car comes in three variants – electric, plug-in hybrid and hybrid and is available internationally. Hyundai is expected to launch the hybrid variant of the car sometime next year. Hyundai is also expected to showcase its electric SUV, the Kona at the auto show.
Tata Motors‘ electric cars
Tata Motors is one company which has been actively working on its electric cars. Recently, it delivered 250 units of its Tata Tigor EV to the state-run Energy Efficiency Services Limited. The Tigor EV will be on display at the Auto Expo. Tata’s small car Tiago’s electric variant will also be exhibited. Both cars are expected to launch in the country in 2018.
Mercedes Benz EQ Concept
The German car brand has confirmed that it will showcase the Mercedes-Benz EQ Concept. The car delivers a driving range of 500km on a single charge and has a power output of 400hp. Mercedes claims that the car can hit 0-100 kmph in less than five seconds.