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6 EVs From Auto Expo 2023 Likely To Debut In India 

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Tata Sierra EVThe Tata Sierra will make a comeback in 2025. The all-electric Sierra was unveiled with a radical overhaul the last-gen model. While we don’t know the exact specs yet, expect it to carry the same battery pack as the Nexon Max, offering nearly 437km of range.  

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Tata Harrier EVAlongside the Sierra was one of Tata’s most popular SUVs in an all-electric form, the Harrier EV. Showcased as a near-production concept, the EV is expected to launch by 2024.  

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Hyundai Ioniq 5  Hyundai’s new electric flagship, the Ioniq 5, was launched at Rs 44.95 lakh (ex-showroom). The crossover features a “well-rounded” design, top-shelf features and ADAS, along with a range of 507km.

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MG 4 EV hatchback   The MG 4 EV is the most likely to make a debut in India out of all MG EVs. The 4 EV gets crossover-inspired design elements with either a 51kWh or a 64kWh battery pack and a range of up to 350km.  

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Hyundai Ioniq 6  The Ioniq 6 sedan gets the same internals as the Ioniq 5, with a dual-motor and AWD powertrain. Hyundai claims the 77.4kWh version of the sedan can offer the highest claimed range of nearly 614km!  

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BYD Seal  BYD’s answer to the Tesla problem, the Seal EV sedan was confirmed for a September 2023 launch at the Expo. Based on the company’s Blade battery tech, the Seal is offered in two battery packs - a 61.4kWh unit and an 82.5kWh unit, offering a range of 550km and 700km respectively.   

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