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Pro's & Con's for Electric Vehicles In India

Pro's & Con's for Electric Vehicles In India

The first car to be manufactured in India was the Hindustan Ambassador, which was based on the
Morris Oxford from the UK, more than years 70 years ago. Although this was progress at the time, it
came with a bitter tone. The government has blamed more than half of air pollution on emissions from vehicles, and industrial operations. We can say our vehicles are killing us. But the country can`t live without transportation, the economy will most likely grind to a halt.

Electric vehicles in India seem to be the buzz but like the Hindustan ambassador’s fame, is their
bitter tune to the development of electric vehicles in India? Am sure you are probably going to say
NO, or YES, but whatever answer you give is correct and true. So walk with me lets explore the cons
and pros of electric vehicles in India, so we can best position ourselves for this new move of
development.

PROS OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN INDIA


1. Electric cars do not require gasoline.

Pro's & Con's for Electric Vehicles In India

2. Electric cars are very Eco friendly as they do not have emissions. This is one of the major reasons
why electric cars in India has gained popularity.

3. Electric cars require low maintenance as things like lubrication, regular engine checkups, and
engine overhauling are not required.

4. Electric cars curb noise pollution to a minimum, as they are much quieter compared to the noisy
gasoline engines.

Pro's & Con's for Electric Vehicles In India

5. Low ongoing cast, as you may not need to buy engine parts as time goes by.


CONS OF ELECTRIC VEHICLES IN INDIA


1. Electric vehicles in India are expensive making it hard for the middle class and lower class to buy.

Pro's & Con's for Electric Vehicles In India


2. Electric vehicles in India will increase the cost of power consumption.

3. Electric charging stations are still in early development stages, which reduces the efficiency of
electric vehicles in India.

4. Electric vehicles travel very short ranges, between 50-100 miles after which it needs to be
recharged.

5. Electric vehicles in India and around the world have very low driving speeds.

6. Electric vehicles take about 4-6 hours to fully recharge the battery as compared to a few minutes spent fueling your gasoline tank. Just imagine if there was an urgency.

7. Silence can be a disadvantage as it may increase accident rates.

Wrap-Up:


PROS and CONS help us to see the whole picture in the portrait. could electric vehicle in India be a
product of wishful thinking or pressure from international society? Going green has been a major
reason for the electric vehicle in India initiative, but are their no other means to cub or reduce our
carbon footprint, while we develop electric vehicles in India over time, instead of putting up a stop
date for gasoline vehicles.

On the subject of wishful thinking, the batteries that power electric vehicles are made up of nickel,
cobalt, aluminium, graphite, and lithium. The interesting part about this is materials is that they are
rare earth materials and their availability in the earth's crust is a lot smaller than that of coal and oil.
The batteries in electric vehicles have to be replaced after a time rand of eight to ten years, making the feasibility of electric vehicles in India questionable.

On the subject of going green, materials used for processing car parts also go through industrial
processes, which also increase our carbon footprint.
Even with these questions coming up, it is hard to neglect the fact that electric vehicles in India are the future, and even though the feasibility of more than two billion cars on the road by 2040 can be
questioned, an electric vehicle in India remains the future.
Share your opinion, join in the conversation, let us know your thoughts on Electric vehicles in India.

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