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Luxury Electric Cars Available In India: Drive Green, Drive Luxurious In 2024

Luxury Electric Cars in India: Ditch the petrol! Explore the top 5 luxury electric cars available in India for 2024. From sporty coupes to spacious SUVs, find your perfect blend of power, comfort, and eco-friendly driving.

Edited By : Auto Desk | Updated: Mar 16, 2024 16:51 IST
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Luxury Electric Cars

Luxury Electric Cars in India: The electric car segment is witnessing a boom in India and the manufacturers of luxury cars are not behind in the race. Offering a luxurious driving experience, the electric marvels combine environmental consciousness and top-notch features. Have you made up your mind to ditch the petrol beasts? Are you looking for an eco-friendly option and budget isn’t a concern? Well, we have compiled a list of 5 of the best luxury electric cars available in India for 2024:

BMW i4

A sleek and sporty Gran Coupe, the BMW i4 offers a perfect blend of luxury and performance. You get a thrilling driving experience, thanks to its powerful electric motor. It offers a driving range of up to 590 km, according to BMW. Inside, you will find luxurious comfort with the driver-centric interior featuring a clutter-free cabin, top-quality materials and a focused digital display. It comes with a starting price of Rs 72.50 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Key specs:

  • Battery capacity: 83.9 kWh
  • Max speed: 250 Kmph
  • Charging time: 1 hour 23 minutes
  • Range: Up to 590 km

Hyundai Ioniq 5

Hyundai Ioniq 5 was officially launched in India at Auto Expo 2023. Hyundai’s second electric offering in the country after the Kona Electric, also happens to be the brand’s new flagship SUV. It boasts a blend of modern and retro styling. The list of features is long and includes a clamshell bonnet, parametric pixel LED taillights, active aero alloy wheels, Parametric Pixel LED headlamps, a 12.3-inch digital cluster, ventilated seats and more. It comes at a price tag of Rs 46.05 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Also Read: Best Affordable Electric Cars In India 2024

Key specs:

  • Battery capacity: 72.6 kWh
  • Max speed: 185 kmph
  • Range: 631 Km
  • Charging time: 6.90 hours

BYD Seal

The BYD Seal is a new entrant in the Indian market and has created quite a buzz with its competitive pricing and impressive features. The interior of the car is spacious and well-designed, boasting key features like a panoramic sunroof, large touchscreen infotainment system and premium materials. Available in three electric variants, it gets an automatic transmission. It is available at a starting price of Rs 41 lakh, which goes up to Rs 53 lakhs (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Key specs:

  • Battery capacity: 61.44 – 82.56 kWh
  • Max speed: 180 Kmph
  • Range: 510-650 km
  • Charging time: 26 minutes

Audi e-Tron GT

Audi e-tron GT is a dream car for those who prioritise performance and exclusivity. This stunning EV is offered in two electric variants and gets an automatic transmission. In the Indian market, this five-seat model is included in the Sedan segment. However, this one is an expensive coupe with prices ranging between Rs 1.8 crore – Rs 2.05 crore (ex-showroom, Delhi).

Key specs:

  • Battery capacity: 93.4kWh
  • Max speed: 245 kmph
  • Range: 379.0
  • Charging time: 5.15 hours

BMW i7

The electric version of the popular BMW 7 Series sedan, the BMW i7 offers a blend of luxury, comfort, and technology. It is available in two electric variants and comes with an automatic transmission. The spacious cabin features a panoramic sunroof, high-quality materials and more. In the luxury car segment, the BMW i7 comes at a price ranging between Rs 1.95 crore and Rs 2.5 crore.

Key specs:

  • Battery capacity: 101.7kWh
  • Max speed: 250 Kmph
  • Range: 590-625 km
  • Charging time: 5.5 Hrs

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First published on: Mar 16, 2024 04:51 PM IST

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