
Q. What will be the cost of replacement battery of Tata Nexon EV?
70K Views Follow Question Add Answer72 AnswersSakharam  2 years ago@ Jay  Nexon EV base model Rs. 13,99,000/ Nexon petrol base model Rs. 7,20,000/ (difference is 6,79,000/ + Around Rs. 1,50,000/ for petrol engine + fuel tank + gearbox + radiator + silencer etc etc of base model) So effective cost difference will be around Rs. 8,29,000/ for battery and motor. This is costing more above the base petrol model. And insurance premium will be double for EV. After 8 years, what will be the resell value of EV base model and Petrol base model ? Just justify your saving and spending. This stopped me to take decision to buy an EV. Nexon is just an example. If other companies will make the same mistakes of selling petrol and EV in a same model, same thing will happen. What I mean to say, EV models should be exclusive EV just as Tesla.
Exclusive EVs, it should not be a thing.I strongly condemn the fact that it exists. takes away the fun of saving. Buy a supercar if you want bloody exclusiveness.
Sakharam  2 years ago@ Jay  Nexon EV base model Rs. 13,99,000/ Nexon petrol base model Rs. 7,20,000/ (difference is 6,79,000/ + Around Rs. 1,50,000/ for petrol engine + fuel tank + gearbox + radiator + silencer etc etc of base model) So effective cost difference will be around Rs. 8,29,000/ for battery and motor. This is costing more above the base petrol model. And insurance premium will be double for EV. After 8 years, what will be the resell value of EV base model and Petrol base model ? Just justify your saving and spending. This stopped me to take decision to buy an EV. Nexon is just an example. If other companies will make the same mistakes of selling petrol and EV in a same model, same thing will happen. What I mean to say, EV models should be exclusive EV just as Tesla.
Exclusive EVs, it should not be a thing.I strongly condemn the fact that it exists. takes away the fun of saving. Buy a supercar if you want bloody exclusiveness.
Jay  2 years agoNexon EV base model Rs. 13,99,000/ Nexon petrol base model Rs. 7,20,000/ (difference is 6,79,000/ + Around Rs. 1,50,000/ for petrol engine + fuel tank + gearbox + radiator + silencer etc etc of base model) So effective cost difference will be around Rs. 8,29,000/ for battery and motor. This is costing more above the base petrol model. And insurance premium will be double for EV. After 8 years, what will be the resell value of EV base model and Petrol base model ? Just justify your saving and spending. This stopped me to take decision to buy an EV. Nexon is just an example. If other companies will make the same mistakes of selling petrol and EV in a same model, same thing will happen. What I mean to say, EV models should be exclusive EV just as Tesla.
Joshua  2 years ago@ Jay  Nexon EV base model Rs. 13,99,000/ Nexon petrol base model Rs. 7,20,000/ (difference is 6,79,000/ + Around Rs. 1,50,000/ for petrol engine + fuel tank + gearbox + radiator + silencer etc etc of base model) So effective cost difference will be around Rs. 8,29,000/ for battery and motor. This is costing more above the base petrol model. And insurance premium will be double for EV. After 8 years, what will be the resell value of EV base model and Petrol base model ? Just justify your saving and spending. This stopped me to take decision to buy an EV. Nexon is just an example. If other companies will make the same mistakes of selling petrol and EV in a same model, same thing will happen. What I mean to say, EV models should be exclusive EV just as Tesla.
Don't compare base models. Both have different power output and transmission. If you want similar torque (260 Nm ) and hp(108 bhp) you have to get nexon diesel. And yet ev has 270 Nm and 126 bhp. Then about the auto transmission in the ev . Hence you can only compare a diesel automatic with the base model ev. Ev cost 14 and and ICE costs close to 11. So only three lakh difference. Tax benefits extra. Fuel cost of ICE is 5 rupee per km and EV is only one rupee. So within 60km you already offset the price. Insurance maybe expensive but maintenance and service is cheaper.(while the 8 year warranty lasts) . Moreover you are saving the bloody planet. Bonus of instant torque, fastest in segment and no engine noise.
Joshua  2 years ago@ Jay  Nexon EV base model Rs. 13,99,000/ Nexon petrol base model Rs. 7,20,000/ (difference is 6,79,000/ + Around Rs. 1,50,000/ for petrol engine + fuel tank + gearbox + radiator + silencer etc etc of base model) So effective cost difference will be around Rs. 8,29,000/ for battery and motor. This is costing more above the base petrol model. And insurance premium will be double for EV. After 8 years, what will be the resell value of EV base model and Petrol base model ? Just justify your saving and spending. This stopped me to take decision to buy an EV. Nexon is just an example. If other companies will make the same mistakes of selling petrol and EV in a same model, same thing will happen. What I mean to say, EV models should be exclusive EV just as Tesla.
Don't compare base models. Both have different power output and transmission. If you want similar torque (260 Nm ) and hp(108 bhp) you have to get nexon diesel. And yet ev has 270 Nm and 126 bhp. Then about the auto transmission in the ev . Hence you can only compare a diesel automatic with the base model ev. Ev cost 14 and and ICE costs close to 11. So only three lakh difference. Tax benefits extra. Fuel cost of ICE is 5 rupee per km and EV is only one rupee. So within 60km you already offset the price. Insurance maybe expensive but maintenance and service is cheaper.(while the 8 year warranty lasts) . Moreover you are saving the bloody planet. Bonus of instant torque, fastest in segment and no engine noise.
Advent  3 years agoI have electric scooter....battery cost is around 30000rs with 2000 charging cycles....means per charge 15rs,..10rs per charge electricity cost....means 25 rs per 70 kilometer..,but it's 25rs per 50 km.....but 2 people can't sit at a time....that's why it's 50 rs per 50 km....but to gain it's full benefit of 50rs per 50km you have to charge it twice and run 100km every day... Because the battery warranty is only 3 years means 1000 days and the charging cycle is 2000....but in reality you can charge once in 2 days...therefore it is 200rs per 50 km...means a electric scooter is more costly than running a petrol car..
Abhinav  2 years agoPer Kw battery cost is around 100USD that is around Rs 7500/kw at 1USD to INR at 75 (Aug 2021 ) so cost of battery in Nexon EV will be around 30kw = 30* ₹7500/  around Rs 2.53lac .according to reports around 5 lacs is additional cost for manufacturing EV at 30kw as compared to same model of ICE . tata is selling EV at minimum profit of 1520% or less than that so the cost of nexon EV is lower as compared to other car makers.In terms of changing the complete battery pack after 8years warranty or 1.5lac km the total cost will be less than 3lacs as with time the cost of batteries are reducing and efficiency is increasing. Hope this helps
MILIND  3 years agoIf you calculate that your battery will go in scrap after 10 years and new battery will cost 4 lac rupees at today pricing then....then why are you not calculating that 4 lac rupees battery runs for another 10 years..... But now government is promoting production of lithium iron battery the price of battery will goes down by 25  30 % in next 10 years and so battery goes down to below 3 lacs....So 3 lacs for next 10 years is not a bad deal....On other hand petrol car will just goes in almost scrap in 20 years or use of 3 lac km like ev car.....So ev car is not at all bad deal if you are recently planing for 15 lac rupees car.....And in ev cars there is no maintenance at all of engine oil radiator and other parts like in petrol car....So the bottom line is if you are planing for car more the 5 years and your driving per month is more then 1000 km then month then you can definitely get backall your money back in 5 years....But the only negative point of ev is the range of cars.....
My  2 years ago@ Joshua  Don't compare base models. Both have different power output and transmission. If you want similar torque (260 Nm ) and hp(108 bhp) you have to get nexon diesel. And yet ev has 270 Nm and 126 bhp. Then about the auto transmission in the ev . Hence you can only compare a diesel automatic with the base model ev. Ev cost 14 and and ICE costs close to 11. So only three lakh difference. Tax benefits extra. Fuel cost of ICE is 5 rupee per km and EV is only one rupee. So within 60km you already offset the price. Insurance maybe expensive but maintenance and service is cheaper.(while the 8 year warranty lasts) . Moreover you are saving the bloody planet. Bonus of instant torque, fastest in segment and no engine noise.
Will like to comment on all the points raised but for starters you are not saving the planet with EVs infact currently you are helping it to dig its own grave. More than 80% electricity produced in India is through coal based Power plants which generate and higher lever of pollution than a petrol engine or diesel engine. We can happily compare present costing as petrol diesel are at an all time high and we are issuing subsidies for EVs but subsidies can only remain for a short period of time thill the consumer base is low. Still we do not have 100% household electricity in many parts of the country and EV charging will put that additional burden which acceding to me can increase electricity costs. I do feel that a misconception about charging station availability is not that big an issue as minimum range is around 200 and most of us don’t drive that much on a single day. Amazing tech but needs a lot of back end work so that it becomes feasible for majority
Sanket  2 years agoI would like to correct one point here. Many have mentioned that the life of the battery will be 1.5 lac km. But Tata is giving a warranty of 1.6 lac km. So as a general rule with a warranty, the battery will last much longer than that. Even if it lasts another 50k km, that will still be a good saving of a few more lacs. The battery will still have a lot of life left for other applications. It will be reused for power backup and other such applications before being scrapped. So you will definitely get some value even for battery exchange.
Hemant  4 years ago@ Ashish  Looks like a nice denial to allow users about information. We see all over drive info and proposals about how good ev is, but basic economy of the vehicle is missing from picture
The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Being  2 years ago@ Jay  Nexon EV base model Rs. 13,99,000/ Nexon petrol base model Rs. 7,20,000/ (difference is 6,79,000/ + Around Rs. 1,50,000/ for petrol engine + fuel tank + gearbox + radiator + silencer etc etc of base model) So effective cost difference will be around Rs. 8,29,000/ for battery and motor. This is costing more above the base petrol model. And insurance premium will be double for EV. After 8 years, what will be the resell value of EV base model and Petrol base model ? Just justify your saving and spending. This stopped me to take decision to buy an EV. Nexon is just an example. If other companies will make the same mistakes of selling petrol and EV in a same model, same thing will happen. What I mean to say, EV models should be exclusive EV just as Tesla.
I think I can give you a justification or rite comparison of Nexon . Nexon ev xz+ is on road Chennai was 15.5l. rite comparison in diesel was zxa+ which was 12.5l. running cost for ev was 1rs per km where as for diesel was aprox 6rs per km. As diesel or petro ice have more complex mechanism and maintenance , periodic maintenance and is high and on the run tata will earn money in terms of service cost. But where as ev are maintanence free, tata will have a small premium on ev .In comparison ev are cost effective and eco friendly to earth For frequent mobility, daily fixed distance A to B , B to A travel ev will be hassle free. For long distance travel over the coming period in increasing ev infrastructure, that will also be hassle free.For low mile rider non frequent riders go for petrol it will save money in initial investment.That's simple!!!!
Sanket  2 years ago@ Uday  How long our phone and laptop liion batteries lasts? Same with EV
Phone or laptop batteries are not designed to last for over 1 yr at full capacity. EV batteries have to last long. Lot of cars do over 2 lac kms. Most cars see 1 lac kms. With phones or laptop, you will not get a warranty of over 1 yr on batteries unless those are long life batteries. Tata gives 1.6 lac kms/8 yrs warranty. Cant be compared. The batteries are not the same. Just for ref, CHevy Volt batteries have shown marginal degradation after almost 10 yrs of usage. So rest assured, you wont have to compare them with phone and laptops batteries.
Ashish  3 years agoAs Tata Nexon ev have 31Kwh liion battery which is very expensive now a days. 1Wh battery price can between Rs.1518. Hence 31Kwh should be Rs. 4.5 Lakh to 5.5 Rs.Lakh. Note: Above price is just an approximation according to current lithium ion/ lithium ion phosphate batteries.
Prajeesh  2 years agoEven if the battery life is 1.5 Lakh Kms and the battery cost is 400000 per kilometer cost will be Rs 2.6 plus electricity charge aproax 1.75 per kilometer so the total cost per kilometer will be Rs 4.35. The aproaximate mileage of a diesel car will be 15 Km per litter . The aproaximate cost of per km would be Rs 6.6 , still the electric vehicle is profitable. If you able ro use solar power then you can reduce the cost again.
Rajasekhar  3 years ago320km per charge is in general not valid  unless the road is highway/plain & one travel consistently at 40kmph speed, or even consider city road braking efficiency take 70% of 320km as nominal for calculations. 240/200 ~ Re. 1 or 1.2/km is meaningful. (With say ₹240 per charge and a 240200km range realization)
Sanket  2 years ago@ Jay  Nexon EV base model Rs. 13,99,000/ Nexon petrol base model Rs. 7,20,000/ (difference is 6,79,000/ + Around Rs. 1,50,000/ for petrol engine + fuel tank + gearbox + radiator + silencer etc etc of base model) So effective cost difference will be around Rs. 8,29,000/ for battery and motor. This is costing more above the base petrol model. And insurance premium will be double for EV. After 8 years, what will be the resell value of EV base model and Petrol base model ? Just justify your saving and spending. This stopped me to take decision to buy an EV. Nexon is just an example. If other companies will make the same mistakes of selling petrol and EV in a same model, same thing will happen. What I mean to say, EV models should be exclusive EV just as Tesla.
Why can't EV and petrol options not be offered in the same car? Sorry, but the argument didn't make sense to me. What did I miss? Plus there is saving with every kilometer, ease of driving, a different experience, and super low emissions. Other than that, the novelty factor of being an EV owner will still be there for a few years now.
Dani  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Dear hemant bro your calculations air wrong, somehow I explain belowTo 320km range be powered, expense is 248RsHow can be 1km expense that is1.29Rs,It must be less than 1Rs240/32075paiseOkkkkkk
Abdusalam  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Calcuation is wrong. Price Per kilometre is to be calcuated 248 / 320 = 0. 78 . Adding additional costs and efficiency of battery it may be higher. Battery replacement cost also should be taken to account.
Ashish  4 years ago@ Sakharam  Exclusive EVs, it should not be a thing.I strongly condemn the fact that it exists. takes away the fun of saving. Buy a supercar if you want bloody exclusiveness.
Looks like a nice denial to allow users about information. We see all over drive info and proposals about how good ev is, but basic economy of the vehicle is missing from picture
Sudhirkumar  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Also calculate that if you use solar panel to charge 30kw car what will be monthly units??also after installation of on greed solar panel what will be saving of electricity for car also
Being  2 years ago@ Advent  I have electric scooter....battery cost is around 30000rs with 2000 charging cycles....means per charge 15rs,..10rs per charge electricity cost....means 25 rs per 70 kilometer..,but it's 25rs per 50 km.....but 2 people can't sit at a time....that's why it's 50 rs per 50 km....but to gain it's full benefit of 50rs per 50km you have to charge it twice and run 100km every day... Because the battery warranty is only 3 years means 1000 days and the charging cycle is 2000....but in reality you can charge once in 2 days...therefore it is 200rs per 50 km...means a electric scooter is more costly than running a petrol car..
Very good calculation keep it up!!! Ev is mile munching machine .it's will be very effective when your requirement is driving more kms per day. If your need is above 100+km per day it will be effective.Also done relate battery cycle with its warranty period.
Advent  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Please tell me charging cycle for battery....and cost of battery....after that you can know petrol is more cheaper that electric vehicles....
Rohit  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Hello Hemant, your calculations is wrong for per km. It's more cheaper 248(cost of charging for 31Kwh at Rs 8 per unit) /320km (full charged) =Rs 0.78.
Sureshbabu  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Dear friend there's calculation mistake. If it runs 320kms for 248 Rs. The mileage will be 248/320 ie. 77.5 paise per km. Isn't it.
Pankaj  3 years ago@ Advent  I have electric scooter....battery cost is around 30000rs with 2000 charging cycles....means per charge 15rs,..10rs per charge electricity cost....means 25 rs per 70 kilometer..,but it's 25rs per 50 km.....but 2 people can't sit at a time....that's why it's 50 rs per 50 km....but to gain it's full benefit of 50rs per 50km you have to charge it twice and run 100km every day... Because the battery warranty is only 3 years means 1000 days and the charging cycle is 2000....but in reality you can charge once in 2 days...therefore it is 200rs per 50 km...means a electric scooter is more costly than running a petrol car..
Warranty is to cover manufacturing defects while running the equipment for sometimes, not to cover the product wear & tear after usage.
Javed  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
It will be ₹ 0.77 (77 paise) per kilometre not ₹ 1.29/km. Or in other words you can say 1.29 km/rupee.
Sumit  3 years ago@ Advent  I have electric scooter....battery cost is around 30000rs with 2000 charging cycles....means per charge 15rs,..10rs per charge electricity cost....means 25 rs per 70 kilometer..,but it's 25rs per 50 km.....but 2 people can't sit at a time....that's why it's 50 rs per 50 km....but to gain it's full benefit of 50rs per 50km you have to charge it twice and run 100km every day... Because the battery warranty is only 3 years means 1000 days and the charging cycle is 2000....but in reality you can charge once in 2 days...therefore it is 200rs per 50 km...means a electric scooter is more costly than running a petrol car..
As per your calculation .. battery of your scooter will not charge after 3 years because warranty period is over ... 🤔🤔🤔
Ss  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Sir it's commercial rate, it will more cheap if it's charge from donestic which cost 4.50/kw
Uday  2 years ago@ Joshua  Don't compare base models. Both have different power output and transmission. If you want similar torque (260 Nm ) and hp(108 bhp) you have to get nexon diesel. And yet ev has 270 Nm and 126 bhp. Then about the auto transmission in the ev . Hence you can only compare a diesel automatic with the base model ev. Ev cost 14 and and ICE costs close to 11. So only three lakh difference. Tax benefits extra. Fuel cost of ICE is 5 rupee per km and EV is only one rupee. So within 60km you already offset the price. Insurance maybe expensive but maintenance and service is cheaper.(while the 8 year warranty lasts) . Moreover you are saving the bloody planet. Bonus of instant torque, fastest in segment and no engine noise.
All 3 petrol diesel and electric torque are given by TATA, so there is no logic to compare the torques.
Amit  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Wrong math, it would be 248/320 and that would come less than a rupee/km.
Appaloeleven  2 years ago@ Advent  I have electric scooter....battery cost is around 30000rs with 2000 charging cycles....means per charge 15rs,..10rs per charge electricity cost....means 25 rs per 70 kilometer..,but it's 25rs per 50 km.....but 2 people can't sit at a time....that's why it's 50 rs per 50 km....but to gain it's full benefit of 50rs per 50km you have to charge it twice and run 100km every day... Because the battery warranty is only 3 years means 1000 days and the charging cycle is 2000....but in reality you can charge once in 2 days...therefore it is 200rs per 50 km...means a electric scooter is more costly than running a petrol car..
You have forgot to add oil service costs in a petrol or diesel car. then the labour charges .
Parth  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Wrong calculation it's should be 248/320=0.775 / km. Check your maths again bro.
A  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Waoo, what a answer without seeing what is the question...
Vinaykumar  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Sir I believe the cost per km will be 248/320. i.e. 77.5paise/km
Rakshit  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Wrong divide should be 248/320...So it is around 70 to 75paise per km😂
Pankaj  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Sir uski battry change karwani padegi usko cost bhi add hogi jo cng me nahi hoti
Vijay  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
It's 248/320 my dear mathematician. You will take a year to realize this.
Binaya  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Cost seems 77 praise per km and not as you calculated.
Ganesh  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Wrong.maths. Mileage = cost/kms = 248/320 = 0.775 /km.
Sun  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Dude it's 248/320=0.77, that means 77 paisa per KM
Uday  2 years ago@ Sanket  I would like to correct one point here. Many have mentioned that the life of the battery will be 1.5 lac km. But Tata is giving a warranty of 1.6 lac km. So as a general rule with a warranty, the battery will last much longer than that. Even if it lasts another 50k km, that will still be a good saving of a few more lacs. The battery will still have a lot of life left for other applications. It will be reused for power backup and other such applications before being scrapped. So you will definitely get some value even for battery exchange.
How long our phone and laptop liion batteries lasts? Same with EV
Ajay  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
@Hemant it is cost /KM or Rs 248//320 =Rs 0.775
Swapnil  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
What about replacement after 5years
Prateek  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
248/320 = ~77 paisa per km. Not INR 1.29 :)
 3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
The mileage will be 248/320 = Rs. 0.77 /
Uday  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Its 248/320 ... and < Re 1
Sunil  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
But battery Price very expensive
Siddhartha  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
248/320=Rs. 0.775/KM
Rohith  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Its actually 248/320=0.77
SACHIN  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
It is 1.29km/rupee
SACHIN  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
It is 1.29km/rupee
 3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
Mileage*
Patel  3 years ago@ Hemant  The battery of this car is 30 kwh. If the unit price of electricity in your area is 8 Rs/unit, it would take approx. 31 units to charge the battery fully. Meaning 31 x 8 = Rs. 248 for fully charging the battery. With driving range around 320340 kms at full battery. The mileage comes at around 320/248= Rs 1.29/km.Pretty cheap i would say, even cheaper than CNG vehicle, also the maintenance cost in an EV vehicle is far less than Petrol and Diesel vehicle.
248/320=.77 pisa
Krishnan  2 years ago@ My  Will like to comment on all the points raised but for starters you are not saving the planet with EVs infact currently you are helping it to dig its own grave. More than 80% electricity produced in India is through coal based Power plants which generate and higher lever of pollution than a petrol engine or diesel engine. We can happily compare present costing as petrol diesel are at an all time high and we are issuing subsidies for EVs but subsidies can only remain for a short period of time thill the consumer base is low. Still we do not have 100% household electricity in many parts of the country and EV charging will put that additional burden which acceding to me can increase electricity costs. I do feel that a misconception about charging station availability is not that big an issue as minimum range is around 200 and most of us don’t drive that much on a single day. Amazing tech but needs a lot of back end work so that it becomes feasible for majority
Started producing electricity through solar energy  nothing to worry.
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