auto news desk, Electric cars are gaining popularity in India but there are still many challenges that plague electric car owners. If you are about to buy an electric car, then you may have to face some problems in future. What will be these problems, let us tell about them.
limited charging infrastructure
One of the biggest challenges for electric car owners in India is the limited charging infrastructure. There are currently a limited number of charging stations in the country, making it difficult for electric car owners to charge their cars during long journeys.
Range anxiety is another common problem faced by electric car owners in India. Electric cars have limited range and planning long journeys without worrying about running out of charge is a challenge.
Battery performance degrades over time, affecting range and power. Replacing a battery can be expensive and may be required only a few years after the car is purchased.
high initial cost
Electric cars are generally more expensive than their petrol or diesel versions. For example, there is a difference of lakhs of rupees in the price of Tata Nexon EV and Tata Nexon Petrol. Although electric cars also have many advantages, but keeping an electric car in India right now means going through many challenges. Hopefully after some more time the infrastructure for electric vehicles will get better.