TATA vs Tesla Electric vehicles

Arathi Nair
Arathi Nair June 5, 2022
Updated 2022/06/23 at 3:17 PM

Tesla is the largest EV automobile manufacturer in the world. The status quo is about to be challenged by one Indian automaker, and that company is Tata. Electric vehicles have long been thought to be inadequately powerful and incapable of replacing standard vehicles on the road; The emergence of stylish electric automobiles with high power and futuristic features like auto driving modes has changed the entire auto business.

Tata is revolutionising the Indian electric vehicle market. Tata will produce over 100 EVs each day, not only with low pricing, but also an outstanding charging station plan for the country, no gasoline dependence, cleaner and more eco-friendly option, and futuristic appearance. Though a price range anxiety still sets among the consumers the government expects one out of every three automobiles to be electric by 2040. Tesla has registered its establishment in Karnataka, signalling its arrival into India. However, the estimated price point in India is beyond 70 lakhs. It will be suitable for the high-end luxury car sector, which accounts for less than 2% of the Indian market. Musk has said that he wants to launch cars in India but the country’s import duties on EVs are “highest in the world by far” as it levies 100% tax on imported cars of price more than $40000.

electric vehicle Nexon EV vs Tesla Model 3

A comparison might be made between the Tesla Model 3 ($46,990) and the Tata Nexon EV Max (Rs.1,774,000), or slightly less than $22,800. The Tesla Model 3 can go 267 miles on a single charge, whereas the Tata Nexon EV Max is expected to travel 271 kilometres on a single charge, with uncompromised safety features and specifications such as Android Auto and Apple CarPlay support, smartwatch connectivity, and much more. The Tata Avinya EV, which is set to debut in 2025, will be able to go up to 500 kilometres on a single charge for a tenth of the price of a Tesla. It also has ambitions to add completely autonomous driving capabilities if there is enough necessity in the market.

Overall, both businesses’ electric car line-ups deliver outstanding results, but accessibility due to price range will be the primary distinguishing factor that makes electric vehicles affordable to the mass market.

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