Electric Vehicles


The future is electric

Mahesh Babu, CEO, Mahindra Electric, on MESMA 48, leveraging India’s IT talent pool, and the future of things.

Mahesh Babu, CEO, Mahindra Electric, tells TURN OF SPEED about its own battery technology, its powertrains, the EV revolution in India being led by two and three wheelers, and how it beli...

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Altroz electric to further boost TaMo’s position in EV space

Tata Motors plans to launch the electric variant of Altroz hatchback in December this year, in order to further cement its positioning in the EV segment.

Riding on the success of Nexon EV, Tata Motors will soon launch the electric variant of its premium small car, Altroz, in December this year. The move is expected to further enhance the company&rsq...

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We want to make ‘Made in India’ Lithium-ion batteries and Solar panels: Pankaj Dubey

Pankaj Dubey shares Power.Global’s mission and describes what it means to the Indian EV space and the country’s solar-run vehicles.

Headquartered in the US, one and half year-old energy management services start-up – Power.Global is gearing up to set up base in India. The company has appointed ex-Polaris India head, Panka...

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Going into Detel

A new attractively priced EV has arrived which not only spares you the hassle of registration but also doesn't require you to have a driving license.

Detel, the company whose claim to fame has been the launch of affordable and pocket friendly products in the past such as the world’s most economical feature phone at INR 299 and the world&rs...

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Delhi Govt plugs in: Launches EV policy

The Delhi government expects 25% of the new vehicles registered by 2024 to be EVs as opposed to the 0.2% currently.

Delhi government on August 7th, 2020, announced its electric vehicle (EV) policy with the aim to boost economy, create new jobs, and control pollution in the national capital.  The Delhi ...

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