The length of the XUV400 EV could exceed four meters and more space can be given inside it, which will be better than the petrol or diesel version of this car. When the length of electric cars is less than four meters tax I do not get the benefit of exemption. In comparison, Tata Nexon EV and MG ZS EV are present in the market. The ex-showroom price of the new car can be around Rs 14.80 lakh. Its teaser is indicating the front design. The usual grille is not required in electric vehicles and due to this a different type of grille has been given in the XUV400. There are LED headlights and daytime lights on it, which have been taken from the XUV300.
It could get features like auto climate control, auto headlights, rain sensing wipers and drive modes. Apart from this, the company can also provide a better touchscreen infotainment system and digital instrument console. Measures are being taken to promote electric vehicles in many states. Recently, the Rajasthan government has implemented a new electric vehicle policy giving grants to EV buyers. Under this the state government EV A contribution of Rs 40 crore has been approved for the purchase of Rs.
The objective of this policy is to increase the number of electric vehicles in the state. Rajasthan Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot had announced this policy in the state budget. The state government has issued a notification to implement the Rajasthan Electric Vehicle Policy (REVP). The draft of this policy was approved a few months ago. To encourage the purchase of EV, the state government will give exemption in State Goods and Services Tax (SGST). Incentives are also being given by the Central Government for electric vehicles. Some foreign automobile companies are also launching their EV models in this market.