As many parts of the country grapple with air pollution, car manufacturers are rolling out a breath of fresh air in the form of vehicles equipped with built-in air purifiers. These car air purifiers play a crucial role in improving the air quality within the vehicle cabin, effectively filtering out particulate matter and reducing PM2.5 levels. However, experts emphasize that the purification efficiency also depends on factors like wind speed, traffic conditions, and pollution levels on the road.
How Car Air Purifiers Work:
Car air purifiers are designed to release negative ions that aid in eliminating toxic substances from the air. These devices play a significant role in enhancing the air quality within the vehicle.
Let’s take a look at some of the cars that come equipped with built-in air purifiers:
Hyundai i20 Asta:
Price: Rs 9.29 lakh (ex-showroom)
Engine: 1197 cc petrol engine
Power: 81.80 bhp at 6000rpm
Torque: 114.7 Nm at 4200rpm
Seating capacity: 5
Features: Multi-function steering, touch screen infotainment system, anti-lock braking system, alloy wheels, climate control, engine start-stop.
Tata Nexon Fearless:
Price: Rs 12.49 lakh (ex-showroom)
Transmission: Manual and automatic
Boot space: 382 litres
Ground clearance: 208 mm
Engine options: Including a turbo engine
Power (1.2-litre petrol engine): 120 PS
Torque (1.2-litre petrol engine): 170 Nm
Features: 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment, cruise control, six airbags.
These vehicles come equipped with built-in air purifiers:
- Kia Sonet HTX
- Hyundai Creta
- MG Gloster
- MG ZS EV
- Hyundai Venue
- Kia Carnival
These smart cars with air purifiers are becoming increasingly popular choices among consumers, providing an effective solution to combat the adverse effects of air pollution while on the road.