This is a very good question, I really really excited to answer this, a usually we all use ICE internal combustion cars but when comes EV this is quite a different concept, ICE vehicles use complicated technical like a spark plug, gears, transmission, water pump all these techniques are very complicated to understand also these are costly compared to EV part, E vehicles required fewer parts like battery, motor, charging port, instrument cluster, belt drive or chain drive or other parts. this is very less to ICE, it required maintenance, fewer parts replacement, better for the environment, and required less engineering.
ICE Vehicle is no future?
- ICE vehicles required high maintenance compared to the EV:
- ICE vehicle uses fuel type like diesel, petrol which are costly nowadays,
- ICE vehicles create more pollution than EVs.
- ICE vehicles required deep knowledge of mechanisms.
EV will be the future?
- EV required less maintenance.
- EV vehicles use battery, motor, charger
- EV is more suitable than ICE
- EV vehicles bring revolution in India as well as US/UK also
- it uses high semiconductor
Cons that I have found in the EV:
the cost of an electric car battery is so high, if we compare electric scooters, and usually it battery cost is around 45,000 which is so high almost all electric scooter/bike has a minimum 40k price range which is not suitable for the middle-class people,
What did you say about this?
In the end, I will if the battery cost will reduce then EVs will be the future and will bring a revolution in India.
Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ):
Why are electric cars not cheaper in India?
the cost of an electric car battery is so high, if we compare electric scooters, and usually it battery cost is around 45,000 which is so high almost all electric scooter/bike has a minimum 40k price range which is not suitable for the middle-class people.
Do you believe that the internal combustion engine will not be available in the future? When and why?
Three reasons why ICE will not be in the future that I personally experience, ICE vehicles required high maintenance, and costing and also create huge pollution which is not better for the Indian economy, and required more import/export parts compare to EVs.
cheapest electric car ever in India, MG AIR EV
Liuzhou Wuling Automobile Industry Co., Ltd. is a Chinese manufacturer of automobiles, officially established as a joint venture by Liuzhou Wuling Motors Co., Ltd. and Wuling Automobile Group Holdings Ltd.
Both MG and Wuling are SAIC-owned automotive brands.
Front Look of MG AIR EV
Front look highlights: Shorts
- MG offers AC chargers port At mid of Air EV.
- No DC charger is available in Indonesia.
- The front headlamp and rear backlight both have the same design language.
- Air has 12-inch tires with steel wheels.
- You get passive door entry.
Front look highlights: detail
When talking about the front look, Air has quite a cute look, mg uses funky elements in the headlight which is mounted on a long led strip that covered the entire front area, and one camera setup below the strip to navigate, personally, I like air instead of tata nano, it has four doors but in air, you get two doors with 4 passenger capacity with passive door entry but one con I found in air, mg offers only 12-inch of tires which is quite small for Indian roads, it might be 14 inches so that air can capture EV market m