Reva was claimed to be India's first zero-polluting, battery-driven car with a running cost of just Rs 0. It was priced at about Rs 0. Reva generated a lot of excitement in the Indian automobile industry since it offered many significant advantages over conventional cars. Its low running cost, gearless driving, dent proof body material and other state-of-the-art technologies made it an alternative package. Reva was soon being compared with India's largest selling car Maruti
Electric Car Reva
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It is always better to have an electric vehicle than the petrol and diesel vehicles. The electric vehicle is important to reduce pollution such as noise pollution, air pollution and it runs at the very low cost such as 0. As of now, there are very less electric vehicles available in India and those which are available has many restrictions such as less battery range, electricity problems, etc. India government has given a statement that by the year of , all vehicles in India will be electric vehicles.
Electric Cars Future - India as a Case Study
Later the price of the vehicle has been increased, but the disruption brought a significant change in the Indian automobile industry. Now the automobile industry in India is so competitive that every automobile manufacturers are coming with ultra-luxury vehicles with premium features. Does this mean that the Indian automobile industry is ready for the next big revolution — Electric Vehicles? I feel it is, but the big question here is, Indian consumers willing? In a recent study by WHO, out of 20 global cities that have more air pollution, 13 are in India.
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