Recently, a doctor from Kerala has utilized the sunrays to power his Tata Nexon EV. Sounds impossible but it is real. Read on to discover.
Launched in December 2019, the Tata Nexon EV has impressed us with its speed and safety. Despite the traditional motors, the EV can travel at a high speed without much noise and is, of course, totally environmentally-friendly.
Tata Motors must have heard the advice from many commenters that they should also stick solar panels onto the roof of the Nexon EV to make the car, besides an electric vehicle, also a self-powered car as well. While it sounds amazing, it seems to be impractical. However, this Kerala-based doctor has found a method to utilize the solar power to run his Tata Nexon EV free of charge. Let’s watch the video below to understand the process in which the power from the sun is used to power the Nexon EV by the doctor.
Tata Motors is currently the leading automaker in the EV segment with a market share of 74%. The Tata Nexon EV is the best-selling EV in the Indian auto market with over 2,000 units sold since its launch. . Considering the fact that the car still manages to maintain its popularity in the market, it is no wonder that its price has recently been increased. The price for the base XM variant has been kept unchanged at INR 13.99 lakh. Nevertheless, the XZ+ variant’s price has been increased from INR 14.99 lakh to INR 15.25 lakh while the XZ+ Lux variant’s price has hiked from INR 15.99 lakh to INR 16.25 lakh (all prices are ex-showroom), witnessing a hike of 26,000 INR for both of the two variants.