People in many cities of India experience high levels of air pollution every year. Knowing that vehicular emission is one of the biggest reasons for pollution, the government has started pushing for faster adoption for the less and zero emission vehicles like hybrid and electric vehicles (EVs) and has set a target of having 30 percent of the vehicles on road to be electric by 2030. Aside from ecological considerations, the world around us is getting connected, enabling the integration of devices and making our life experiences seamless. Newer electric vehicles in the market often stand for these advancements in connectivity and technology.
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