Still debating whether to make the transition to driving an electric vehicle? All of these hybrid vehicles are for you. They are the best option for commuters who can’t decide between IC engines and electric engines because they run on both electricity and gasoline or diesel. When you move to hybrid cars, your experience is wonderful since you can always switch to electric mode thanks to the innovative transmission options and the potent electric motor. Sounds amazing, doesn’t it? Here are India’s top hybrid vehicles.
Grand Vitara by Maruti Suzuki
The cost of this 5-seater SUV ranges between Rs 10 lakh and Rs 19 lakh. There are about 15 different models of this car, and the hybrid is one of them. When you decide to cease using fossil fuels, you have three different transmission options and a strong electric motor to choose from. Its electric range is 25 kilometres. Talking about other features, it has Panoramic sunroof, digital multi-information display, head-up display, 40+ connected car features, wireless charger (only in hybrid variant), cruise control, ventilated seats, paddle shifters (only in petrol AT variant), disc brakes for the rear wheels, six airbags, TPMS, ABS with EBD, hill assist, 360-degree camera, and hill descent control.
Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder
Toyota SUV, because of its styling and mileage, is preferred. There are 11 colour options for the automobile. This five-seater vehicle is offered with both gasoline and electricity as fuel options. For this car one has to pay between 10.48 and 18.99 lakhs. Battery range of this vehicle is 25 kilometres.
It has projector headlights with LED daytime running lights, LED taillights, 17-inch steel wheels with a wheel cover, a roof-end spoiler, electric folding wing mirrors, and more. Apart from that, it has 4.2-inch TFT display in the instrument cluster, all-black interior steering wheel that tilts and telescopes, a front sliding armrest, vehicle air conditioning AC vents in the back, reclining back seats, the use of keyless entry, Hill-hold control, dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, and vehicle stability control parking sensors on the back.
MG Hector Plus
In July 2020, MG introduced this SUV in India. It is adored by people for its comfort and styling. This vehicle is available in gasoline, diesel, and hybrid versions. The vehicle costs between 13.74 and 21.19 lakhs. It offers a range of 52 kilometres on battery.
In terms of features, it has dual airbags, four speakers, fabric seats, cupholders in the back armrest, a cooled glove box, and a storage area in the driver’s armrest. Roof rails, LED turn indicator built into ORVM, Rear AC vents, 60-40 split rear seats with ISOFIX, Rear Seat Recline with Flat Floor, 2 Fast Charging USB Ports.
In India, this extremely well-liked sedan debuted in January 2022. Customers love the Camry for its looks and performance. Seven colors—Attitude Black, Graphite Metallic, Red Mica, Medal Stream Metallic, Burning Black, Platinum White Pearl, and Silver Metallic—are offered for the vehicle in India. The vehicle has a 5 person maximum capacity and a 19.1 kilometres per gallon mileage. The vehicle price starts from Rs.45.25 lakh. The vehicle has a driving range of 958 kilometres.
Special features of this vehicle include a head-up display, nine airbags, a nine-inch infotainment system, reclining back seats, electronically adjustable front seats with cooling functions, parking assistance, and an electronically controlled rear window sunblind, among other things.
In July 2018, this car was introduced in India. Customers choose this car for its comfort and appearance. Six colors—Sonic Quartz, Graphite Black Glass Flake, Sonic Chrome, Sonic Titanium, Deep Blue Mica, and Sonic Iridium—are offered for the car. The vehicle has a maximum seating capacity of five passengers and is a genuine hybrid with gasoline and electric driving modes. The vehicle costs between Rs. 56.53 and Rs.65.60 lakhs. The car has a driving range of 1129 km.
Special features include a 12.3-inch screen with navigation, an LCD instrument cluster with an analogue tachometer, heated and adjustable semi-aniline seats, wireless charging, a 17-speaker Mark Levinson Pure Play audio system, and plenty of legroom.
Honda City Hybrid eHEV
In May 2022, India received the City eHEV Hybrid sedan from Honda. Both IC and electric engines are available for this car, and you get a lot of luxuries for your money. The car starts from Rs. 19.92 lakhs. The size of the engine is 1498 cc. With combined battery power, its efficiency becomes 26.5 kmpl.
A touch screen, automatic climate control, an engine start/stop button, an anti-lock brake system, alloy wheels, front fog lights, power windows both front and rear, and power windows are just a few of the special features available.
BMW 7 Series
The 7 series, the pinnacle of luxury from the BMW stable, is renowned for its performance and styling. This vehicle is available in 5 variations and 3 fuel types (petrol, diesel, and electric). The car costs between 1.23 and 2.46 crores in India. Seating capacity is 5, and the engine has a 3L 265 HP in-line six. With battery, the fuel economy becomes 39.5 km/l.
Glove Box Cooling, a Leather Steering/Gear Knob, Chrome In-Mirror Rear View Mirror, Side Pillar Air Vents, Rear Sunshade, Child Seat Mounting Provisions, Integrated Front Headrest, Collapsible Steering Column, Front Seatbelt Pretensioner, Warning Triangle, Adaptive Highbeam Assist, Rear Seat Belts, Park Distance Control, Adaptive Damping System (ADS), Airbags, Side (DSC).
In March 2022, this new Lexus SUV made its debut in India. There are 11 colours that can be chosen from: Sonic Titanium, Madder Red, Sonic Quartz, Graphite Black Glass Flake, White Nova Glass Flake, Terrane Khaki, Black, Blazing Carnelian Contrast Layering, Sonic Chrome, Celestial Blue Glass Flake, and Heat Blue Contrast Layering. 3 variants and 1 fuel option are available. The vehicle costs between 64.90lakhs and 71.60 lakhs.
Special features include a redesigned interior, a digital driver’s display, a 14-inch touchscreen infotainment system, new leather upholstery, a new steering wheel, an armrest with two cupholders, a 12V socket, and two USB Type-C ports, vents, power front seats with memory function for the driver, dual-zone climate control, a power tailgate, a panoramic sunroof, a 360-degree camera and blind-spot monitor, power-fold