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6 Upcoming Electric Cars to Watch Out for in 2021-2022

6 Upcoming Electric Cars

Electric cars are starting to become the norm these days. After all, almost every mainstream manufacturer either has one in its product line-up or in the pipeline. This is mostly due to the fact that almost every manufacturer wants to contribute towards making this world a better place by reducing their carbon footprint. And what better way to do this other than making an electric vehicle?

6 Upcoming Electric Cars to Watch Out for in 2021-2022

So, therefore, we can expect a lot of electric vehicles to hit the Indian market down the road. Having said that, we do have a list of cars that are potentially in the pipeline for making their way to the Indian market by 2021 or 2022. So, here goes.

1.      Volvo XC40 Recharge

The Volvo XC40 Recharge is, as the name rightly suggests, based on the standard Volvo XC40, but it does get a handful of changes to separate itself from its petrol-powered sibling. It now gets an all-new grille and a new infotainment system on the inside. But the biggest change lies under the hood, as the car now comes powered by a set of electric motors mounted on each axle, with a combined output of 402bhp and 660Nm of torque.

A 78kWh battery is placed under the floor, which, according to the carmaker can be charged up to 80 per cent in about 40 minutes thanks to fast-charging support. It is expected to make its way to the Indian market by 2021.

2.      Maruti Suzuki WagonR EV

As the name gives away, the Maruti Suzuki WagonR EV will be heavily based on the ICE-powered WagonR. It will still carry the boxy shape and silhouette of the car. However, as we’ve previously seen from the spy shots, Maruti Suzuki might make a few aesthetic upgrades to make it a bit more distinctive. Expect the interiors to be similarly upgraded as well, although the equipment list shall remain the same. We expect it to hit the Indian market early next year.

3.      Mahindra eKUV100

The Mahindra eKUV100, too, takes most of its inspiration from the standard hatchback. Again, to make it a bit more special and distinctive, Mahindra is expected to make a few over the top changes to the eKUV100. As per the manufacturer, the eKUV100 should have a range of about 140 kilometres on a single charge, which seems rather less for an electric car. Expect it to make its way to the Mahindra cars dealerships early next year.

4.      Audi E-Tron

I would be wrong if I said the Audi E-Tron isn’t the most anticipated vehicle in the country, especially considering it would be the maker’s first electric vehicle to enter the Indian market. We’ve already driven the E-Tron in Dubai last year and we came back completely impressed with what Audi has done with this car. However, do note that this would be a rather expensive piece of machinery if Audi brings the full-blown tech-laden version of the E-Tron to India, which we experienced in Dubai. It is also expected to hit showrooms sometime next year.

5.      Nissan Leaf EV

Nissan is all set to make its comeback as a worthy carmaker in the Indian market very soon with the launch of its first compact SUV, the Magnite. However shabby Nissan’s product line-up may be in the Indian market, it does have a lot of grasp and exciting products internationally. As a product, the Leaf EV is quite popular in the international market. Nissan hopes to establish itself as a green carmaker with the introduction of the Leaf EV, expected to hit the market by the end of next year.

6.      Tata E-Vision Concept

Tata Motors already has the most exciting product line-up of EVs in the Indian market consisting of the Tigor EV and Nexon EV. It is soon expected to release an electric vehicle in the form of a mid-size sedan, which is currently in its concept form and known as the E-Vision Concept.

It was first unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show and has a sleek exterior along with a futuristic interior. And, going by the recent crop of Tata cars, it would be exciting to see how this one turns out. Of course, we’ll have to wait till late-2020 to lay our eyes on the production version of Tata’s fully-electric sedan.

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Home Improvement

Get Ready For Fall Say Roofing Companies In Massachusetts

Fall is a season when the trees and plants shed their leaves which can become a problem because there will be leaves lying everywhere and this causes disturbances for everyone as explained by Roofing Companies In Massachusetts.

Why Fall Is Considered The Right Season?

But they also say that this is the right season for repairing or maintenance of the roof and other associated structures. The weather and temperature are moderate for all kinds of roofing services.

Reasons For Preparation By Roofing Companies In Massachusetts

 Roofing Companies In Massachusetts

When you contact any roofing contractor they will suggest you hire their services during the fall season that is autumn. Many clients insist on doing the work during other seasons but the management gives the following reasons for providing the services in fall.

It’s The Perfect Time

As the coming months after fall seasons are cold and doing work in that weather will become cold and working conditions can become hazardous. The mild weather in autumn is perfect for working on the roof.

Safe Working Conditions

The staff of Roofing Companies In Massachusetts is working under dangerous conditions in the summer because of the extremely hot weather; so the companies prefer to work in autumn. This provides safe working conditions for the workers.

Repairing Damages Done During Summer

The summer season is not all sunshine; it brings rain and hail as well which can damage the roof. So the damages done during the summer can be repaired to avoid further damage.

Preparing The Roof For Winter

Another extreme season that can cause problems to the house structure and especially the roof in winter. Maintenance and repairs in the fall by companies including Melo’s Construction will make sure that the roof is protected in winters.

Financial Savings Are More

Regular maintenance throughout the year and especially in the fall means that you will save a big amount of money on repairing big and severe damages. You can spend small amounts on maintenance and save more on roof repair costs.

Getting Ready For Fall Season

An important question that rise here is how to prepare the roof for the fall? The roofing businesses suggest the following points be given importance when getting ready for the fall season.

Unclogging The Roof Gutters

The gutter is installed all around the roof so that the water on the roof is not gathered there and goes down the drain. But as the fall season starts leaves fall and can block the gutter. Make sure that you keep it clean.

Keep Check On The Weather

The weather in falls is very unpredictable as it can be sunny in the morning and by evening dark rain clouds can appear. So keep a constant check on the weather to avoid any problems.

Upkeep The Chimney

Dust and other debris can be stuck in the chimney and leaves can add to its intensity. So keeping the chimney clean is also important.

Inspection Of Shingles And Other Roofing

The singles on the roof can come loose because of the extreme weather conditions. So inspect for any damaged ones and immediately repair them.

Appoint Expert Roof Maintenance Services

Various Roofing Companies In Massachusetts provide different services. You have to appoint the right one for the best results.

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