There has been enough debate about E-Vehicles and the completely different experience that it is going to bring to the vehicle user. While there is a lot of stakeholder intervention (particularly the Government’s) required to make this a sustainable reality, another key question remains as to what may be the challenges that the consumer will have to gear up for.

Some key drivers of this pollution-free E-Vehicles are the fact that-transportation accounts for about 11 percent of India's carbon emissions and is a major source of air pollution. As per WHO 2018 report, 14 of the world’s top 20 most-polluted cities are in India. Given the incidence of winter in several parts of the country, this condition only worsens.

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