Top 10 Best Electric Cars Price

But which are the best electric cars you can buy today? Well, some are better at certain things than others, so we’ve organised the cars in this list to highlight exactly what they’re best at.

Electric cars have come a long way over the past few years and improvements across the board mean they're a more viable ownership option than ever before.

But which are the best electric cars you can buy today? Well, some are better at certain things than others, so we’ve organised the cars in this list to highlight exactly what they’re best at.

For a couple of years now, Autocar has conducted an annual test of the best-handling, most fun electric cars on sale, and the Cupra Born is the reigning champion, beating rivals such as the MG 4 XPower and Abarth 500e

The Born sits at a compelling nexus of size and usability, weight and power, real-world range and price.

Here is the list of some of the top electric cars in India and their respective costs in a tabular format.

Please note that these models are listed and not ranked.

S No.Car namePrice
1.Tata Nexon EVRs.14.74 - 19.99 Lakh
2.Mahindra XUV400 EVRs.15.49 - 19.39 Lakh
3.MG Comet EVRs.6.99 - 8.58 Lakh
4.Tata Tiago EVRs.8.69 - 12.09 Lakh
5.Tata Tigor EVRs.12.49 - 13.75 Lakh
6.Hyundai Kona ElectricRs.23.84 - 24.03 Lakh
7.MG ZS EVRs.18.98 - 25.08 Lakh
8.Citroen eC3Rs.11.61 - 13.35 Lakh
9.Tata Punch EVRs.10.99 - 15.49 Lakh
10.BYD E6Rs. 29.15 Lakh
11.Kia EV6Rs.60.95 - 65.95 Lakh
12.Hyundai IoniqRs. 45.95 Lakh 

It has enough power to keep you interested but doesn't seem excessive for the road or to compromise its efficiency in quicker motoring. It has an engaging, balanced, rear-driven chassis and some precision and purpose to its body control, but it also includes four usable seats and a decent boot.

The Cupra Born will also cover 220 real-world miles on a charge, which should be enough to get you to and from your favourite road, but it also has the personality and poise to make the trip worthwhile.

There’s a completeness to the Born as a package that makes it the ideal affordable EV for interested drivers to take their first steps into zero-emissions motoring. Perhaps not by chance, it feels more like a Volkswagen Golf GTI for the electric age than anything that Volkswagen itself is making right now.

The world is changing, and gradually petrol and diesel cars are being pushed out by electric vehicles. Sales of electric cars have overtaken diesel, and they now make up around one in five new vehicles registered in Britain. That’s impressive growth and comes from more choice in the EV market, as well as cheaper electric car options.

Why are more people opting to plug in? Well, there are more EVs on the market in 2024 than ever before – every day seems to bring news of the latest fresh model launch. There are also a myriad of new brands arriving, especially from China. In addition to falling costs, there are models of all shapes and sizes, from electric SUVs to sports cars and small, compact EVs too. 

MG Comet EV Key Features and Specifications:

  • Variants:Pace, Play, Plush
  • Colors: 2 dual-tone + 3 mono options
  • Battery:17.3kWh
  • Range: 230km
  • Power: 42PS, 110Nm
  • Charging: 7 hrs (3.3kW charger)
  • Features: 10.25-inch integrated screen
  • Safety:2 airbags, parking sensors

“The 500 is small, but if you don’t need space it could be your only car. That’s because it’ll go far enough on a charge to make motorway trips tenable. Whereas the Honda e or Mini electric would have to be second cars to anyone who ever drives beyond conurbations rather than just within them.

Electric cars are going mainstream. What began as a trickle of niche EVs just a few years ago has become the fastest-growing segment of the automotive industry. 

Over the last 15 years, I've evaluated and driven hundreds of cars, trucks and SUVs for review here at CNET. I've also driven just about every mass-market electric vehicle ever sold in the US, and even some that have yet to hit the road. In this list I've used that experience to help you understand what you should look for in a good electric car, how these battery-powered machines work and where the technology is heading in the future, near and far.   

The Standard Range battery is mated with a single-motor, rear-wheel-drive variant of Tesla's electric powertrain. Its 0 to 60 mph sprint of 5.8 seconds won't snap your neck, but it's more than quick enough for strong, silent merges and passing. Plus, it's available with all of the cutting-edge dashboard technology and driver aid tech offered on the automaker's more expensive models.


  • Excellent performance, the highest range for the price
  • Affordable price bolstered by federal tax incentives
  • Native access to Supercharger fast charging network


  • Dashboard tech moves too many basic features to touchscreen
  • Reputation of inconsistent build quality 
  • Expensive Autopilot and FSD driver aid tech upgrades

Additional Attributes

  • Range: 272 miles
  • Efficiency: 4 mi/kWh, 132 mpge
  • Max DCFC: 250 kW, 10 to 80% in 18 minutes
  • Features: Available FSD driver aid, connected 15.4-inch dashboard display
  • Starting price: $41,630

With the Biden-Harris administration's plans to build 500,000 EV chargers nationwidetough new EPA emissions standards and certain states eyeing new combustion car bans as early as 2030, automakers and consumers alike have turned more focus toward the adoption and growth of plug-in cars by the end of this decade. 

Best for: ride comfort

On-board comfort was a character facet of new cars overlooked for much of the late 20th century, but it's now making something of a resurgence with EVs.

A gentle, absorptive, quiet ride is a dynamic quality that you can enjoy on every journey, and while we just somehow expect EVs to have one because of their wider refinement advantages, we don’t always get it.

So if you want to prioritise a comfortable ride, the Mercedes EQS SUV is the big EV to go for. The high-rise seven-seater rides with almost no perceptible road noise at all and makes lumps and bumps seem to just disappear under its wheels. As far as comfort is concerned, it simply doesn't get much better than this.

For a great-riding EV of a different shape or price point, meanwhile, look to the Hyundai Ioniq 5 or the excellent BMW i7 limousine.