@Driving SaintWell, they do have the infrastructure of a small car to convert into EV, recently the Tata Nexon came out in EV form but at approximately 15 lac INR.
Hyundai might bring about the Venue EV variant.
Currently, I am seeing a lot of e-veritos around the city, it looks like they are being offered under 10 lac INR.
Although I am very sceptical with the usage of electric vehicles as I do not believe they will bring down overall carbon emissions. Electric vehicles will help improve air quality within the cities but on an overall scale, I do not see an advantage as India's majority of electricity is coal-generated.
N range looks like a sporty car to zip around the city for sure.
Please find below the reliability of India currently on thermal power.
|MW||% of total production|
looking at these graphs going electric will only put more load on our energy generation and as we can infer from the graph that India is 62%+ dependent on thermal power, we would not be doing any environmental good in terms of reducing overall pollution.