PETROL V/S EV PRICE CALCULATOR

50 km

150 km

50km

Rs. 2

Rs. 15

Rs.2

Rs. 85

Rs. 150

Rs.85

1 kWh

50 kWh

4

50% savings on your fuel cost.

EV Running Cost Annual Petrol/Diesel Running Cost Annual EV Running cost per/km

Rs. 0

Rs. 0

Rs. 0

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118 charging stations


141 charging points available


60 battery swapping stations


175, Patparganj Industrial Area, Patparganj

No. of connectors 2

Timing 08:00:00 - 21:00:00


B-50/9, Haruan Basti, Kondli

No. of connectors 1

Timing 07:00:00 - 21:00:00


Plot No 2, Musddi Chowk, Sarai Kale Khan Hazrat Nizamuddin

No. of connectors 1

Timing 11:00:00 - 21:00:00


H.no. 16, Gali no 2, Jagat Puri

No. of connectors 1

Timing 12:00:00 - 21:00:00


60 charging stations



83 charging points available



68 battery swapping stations


M block Market Gearter Kailash 1

No. of connectors 1

Timing 11:00:00 - 21:00:00


237, New Seelampur Shahdara

No. of connectors 1

Timing 03:00:00 - 21:00:00


14 charging stations


14 charging points available


6 battery swapping stations


Main road brijpuri phase-1 near brijpuri puliya Sony medical Delhi 110094

No. of connectors 1

Timing 24 hours


Home no.98,O block fhase 4 shive vihar dehli karaval nagar 94 near shiv shakti school

No. of connectors 1

Timing 24 hours


157 charging stations


218 charging points available


5 battery swapping stations


A-1/1, Hardev Puri, 100 ft Road, Nathu Colony Chowk, Sahadara

No. of connectors 1

Timing 09:00:00 - 21:00:00


Plot no. 1-A, Shiv vihar, Nangloi

No. of connectors 10

Timing 10:00:00 - 21:00:00


79 charging stations


191 charging points available


24 battery swapping stations


H.no. F-45, New Seema Puri Dilshad Garden

No. of connectors 2

Timing 05:00:00 - 21:00:00


RZB-161 NIhal Vihar

No. of connectors 10

Timing 15:00:00 - 21:00:00


43 charging stations


49 charging points available


58 battery swapping stations


Shop No-48, NH-5, NIT, Faridabad

No. of connectors 1

Timing 12:00:00 - 21:00:00


Gali No 3, Haider Pur Shalimar Bagh

No. of connectors 1

Timing 08:00:00 - 21:00:00


48 charging stations


51 charging points available


12 battery swapping stations


C-39 MAIN MARKET, West Patel Nagar, New Delhi, Delhi 110008

No. of connectors 1

Timing 24 hours


NDMC Parking, Khan Market, New Delhi, 110003

No. of connectors 1

Timing 00:00:00 - 23:59:00


24 charging stations


24 charging points available


12 battery swapping stations


Kalindi kunj Road Jaitpur

No. of connectors 1

Timing 13:00:00 - 21:00:00


N118/R6, Wazirpur Village Ashok Vihar Phase 1

No. of connectors 1

Timing 14:00:00 - 21:00:00

WHY THE AUTOMATIVE FUTURE IS ELECTIRCAL

High fuel prices and an extensive list of components makes a combustion engine model more expensive to run compared to an EV which is easier to maintain and electricity is cheaper.


An electric motor has the benefit of immediate performance and no gears, offering a responsive and convenient driving experience in all sizes.


All EVs are inherently better suited to offer more technology than existing combustion engine models. This applies to features around safety, infotainment, comfort and a connected experience.


While some may argue the ‘zero emission’ tag applied to EVs, they are undeniably cleaner than combustion engines when it comes to tailpipe emissions and therefore more eco-friendly.


The fact that you can simply plug your EV in at your home or office and have it recharged for the day is definitely more convenient than having to drive to a fuel station every time.


In order to promote EV adoption, various levels of government are offering tax benefits to lower the cost of purchase and ownership compared to a similar combustion engine car.


EVs will not be limited to external charging as we know of. Fuel cell vehicles powered by hydrogen, another clean fuel with water as its only tailpipe emission, is projected to be the future source of power for EVs.



The Indian government intends to have EVs account for 30% of private cars by 2030 at an estimated tally of 8 crore cars, with an influx of new affordable EVs expected from 2025.