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    EVs launched in India in September 2023. Full list


    Last month, several electric vehicles were launched in India, including cars and two-wheelers. Tata Motors launched the 2023 Nexon EV facelift, which comes in two versions with prices ranging from Rs 14.74 lakh to Rs 19.94 lakh. BMW introduced the iX1, the costliest EV launched in September, with a driving range of 440 kilometers. Electric One unveiled two new electric scooters, the E1 Astro and E1 Astro Pro, priced at Rs 99,999 and Rs 1,24,999 respectively. mXmoto launched the mXv ECO scooters starting at INR 84,999, and the Aventose S110 was designed for fleets and delivery personnel.

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    Last month, several electric vehicles launched in India including cars and two-wheelers. Here's a recap.

    Tata Nexon EV facelift
    Tata Motors launched the 2023 Nexon EV earlier this month. The 2023 Nexon EV facelift is available in two versions: MR (mid range) and LR (long range), with prices starting at Rs 14.74 lakh and going up to Rs 19.94 lakh (ex-showroom). The new Nexon boasts a sleeker exterior design and an upgraded interior. Inspired by the Tata Curvv concept, the exterior transformation includes revamped DRLs, headlights, and front fascia. The Tata Motors product, in its upgrade, has a revised front bumper housing bi-functional LED headlamps along with a new wheel design. You can read more about it HERE.

    BMW iX1
    The BMW iX1 is the costliest EV to be launched in September. Ironically, at Rs 66,90,000, the BMW iX1 happens to be the cheapest SUV of BMW. The iX1 boasts a 440-kilometre driving range and top-of-the line features that you would expect from a luxury vehicle. Check out the BMW iX1's features in this article.

    Electric One
    Gujarat-based electric vehicle manufacturer Electric One has unveiled two new electric scooters, namely the E1 Astro and the E1 Astro Pro. These scooters come with competitive pricing, with the E1 Astro priced at an ex-showroom rate of Rs 99,999 and the E1 Astro Pro available at Rs 1,24,999. One of the standout features of these electric scooters is their powerful 2400-watt motor, allowing them to accelerate from 0 to 40 km/h in a mere 2.99 seconds. Read more about it here.

    mXmoto, an emerging player in clean mobility, has launched mXv ECO scooters for prices starting at INR 84,999 for the 80-100 KM/Charge variant and INR 94,999 (both ex-showroom) for the 105-120 KM/Charge variant. The scooter comes with a 3000 Watt BLDC Hub Motor, 580, rpm rim, 140Nm motor torque and 98% conversion efficiency. Read more about it here.

    Aventose S110
    The Aventose S110 is primarily meant for fleets and delivery personnel. With 200,000 km of service life, it has attractive features. As per the company, the electric scooter comes with an industry-first 200,000 km of service life "due to its patented robust chassis design, high-quality premium components, and world class manufacturing setup". Read more about it here.

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