rushlane has his Report I have put forward the sales of electric cars in the month of April. It is said that Tata Motors has a monopoly in the sale of electric cars in the country. Of the electric cars sold in the country in April, 83.81 per cent were Tata Motors models. The company sold 1802 electric cars. In April last year, the company sold 429 units of electric cars. Accordingly, it has recorded an annual sales growth of 320.05 percent. Although the company sold 3,435 electric cars in March this year. In this way, in April 2022, it has seen a decline of 47.54 percent. The company is selling Nexon EV, Tigor EV and Nexon EV Max in the electric car segment and continues to hold a market share of 83.81 per cent.
Talking about number-2, MG Motor India is firm on that. The company sold 245 electric cars in April this year, which is 65.54 per cent higher than 148 electric cars sold in April last year. The company sold 95 electric cars in March. In this way, it has registered a growth of 157.89 percent. The company is betting on the market through the ZS EV and may launch an electric car in the Rs 10 lakh range this year.
Talking about Hyundai India’s electric cars, the company sold 23 electric cars in April this year, which is more than double the 10 EVs sold in April last year. The company sold 18 electric cars in March this year. Accordingly, it has seen growth in sales in April. Currently the company is offering Kona EV. By the end of this year, it can launch Ioniq 5 in India. At the same time, the sale of Mahindra reached 13 electric cars in April this year, which was up to 4 units in April last year. Although the company sold 18 electric cars in March, according to which it has faced a decline. The company currently offers the eVerito electric car and may launch two more models in the coming months.
Talking about luxury car companies, BMW sold 17 cars in April. It is offering the iX, which costs around Rs.1.25 crore. The company had sold 9 electric cars of this model in March, which means it has also registered sales growth in April. Mercedes Benz India sold 10 electric cars in April. It offers the EQC, which costs around Rs. 95 lakhs. Audi India sold 8 electric cars in April, but its sales growth has come down by 50 percent. The company has etron and etron GT models, whose prices start from Rs 1 crore.