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List of Electric Vehicle Stocks

Here are the latest stock price details of India’s top Electric Vehicle stocks. For more detailed updates, check the latest Electric Vehicle sector results.

BSE prices: August 1, 2023 02:52:00 PM NSE prices: August 1, 2023 2:54:59 PM

Electric Vehicle Stocks Update

Within the Electric Vehicle sector, the top gainers were HBL POWER (up 5.8%) and EXIDE INDUSTRIES (up 5.5%). On the other hand, Hero MOTOCORP (down 3.2%) and UNO MINDA (down 1.9%) were among the top losers.

Meanwhile, the benchmark SP BSE SENSEX was at 66,502.3 (down 0.0%).

Before you go, here are the upcoming corporate actions for Electric Vehicle stocks.

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Which are the top electric vehicles companies in India?

Based on marketcap, these are the top electric vehicles companies in India:

And for a fundamental analysis of the above companies, check out Equitymaster’s Indian stock screener which has a separate screen for best electric vehicle companies in India.

What are the top gainers and top losers within the electric vehicles sector today?

Within the Electric Vehicle sector, the top gainers were HBL POWER (up 5.8%) and EXIDE INDUSTRIES (up 5.5%). On the other hand, Hero MOTOCORP (down 3.2%) and UNO MINDA (down 1.9%) were among the top losers.

For more, please visit the BSE auto index live chart and also check out our automobile sector report.

How should you value electric vehicles companies?

Investing in stocks requires careful analysis of financial data to find out a company’s true worth. However, an easier way to find out about a company’s performance is to look at its financial ratios.

Two commonly used financial ratios used in the valuation of stocks are.

Price to Earnings Ratio (P/E). It compares the company’s stock price with its earnings per share. The higher the P/E ratio, the more expensive the stock.

Price to Book Value Ratio (P/BV). It compares a firm’s market capitalization to its book value. A high P/BV indicates markets believe the company’s assets to be undervalued and vice versa.

To know more about the automobile sector’s past and ongoing performance, have a look at the performance of the NIFTY Auto Index and BSE Auto Index.

Which are some important indices one should track?

Well, it depends on what your goals are.

Having said that, the two key indices to track are the BSE Sensex which contains the list of BSE 30 stocks and the NSE Nifty which contains the list of NSE 50 stocks.

However, these two indices are considered to be too narrow by some, since they only track 30 and 50 stocks, respectively.

For broader tracking, you could use the BSE 200, BSE 500 or even the NSE 500 index.

Some popular market cap based indices include BSE Smallcap index and BSE Midcap index, among others.

Which important sectoral indices should one track?

It depends on one’s specific interests and investment goals.

Some popular sectoral indices to track in addition to the broader market indices are BSE IT index, BSE realty index, BSE manufacturing index and BSE auto index.

It’s important to research and understand the industries and companies included in each sectoral index to make informed investment decisions.

Today’s Market

Sensex Today Trades Higher | Hindalco Tech Mahindra Top Gainers | Cochin Shipyard Jumps 3%(10:30 am)

Asian share markets are trading higher following overnight gains in US stocks amid upbeat sentiment. Investors also looked ahead for key economic data releases in the region.


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Neues E-MTB von Porsche-Marke: Greyp Zaney setzt auf Porsche-Antrieb mit Boost Mode und Vollfederung

Der zu Porsche gehörende Hersteller Greyp hat mit dem Zaney ein neues E-Mountainbike vorgestellt, das unter anderem mit dem 60 Nm starken Fazua Drive 60, Vollfederung und einem auffälligen Design aufwartet.

Greyp war zuletzt in den Schlagzeilen, weil der kroatische Fahrradhersteller vom Autobauer Porsche, selbst mit eigenen E-Bikes am Markt aktiv, übernommen wurde. Nun kommt mit dem Greyp Zaney das erste E-Bike seit der Übernahme auf den Markt. Hierbei bedient man sich bei einem weiteren mittlerweile zu Porsche zählenden Zulieferer. Den Antrieb stellt Fazua.

Im neuen E-Mountainbike Greyp Zaney kommt das Fazua Ride 60 System zum Einsatz. Hierbei handelt es sich um einen 450 W und 60 Nm Drehmoment starken Motor, der eine ausgewogene Kombination aus Gewicht und Leistung bietet. Die Wahl der Unterstützungsstufen erfolgt über den Ring Control Hub oder die App. Eine Besonderheit des Antriebs ist der Boost Mode, der für zwölf Sekunden zusätzliche 550 Watt Leistung zur Verfügung stellt. Dass dies zu Lasten der Reichweite geht, muss wohl nicht extra erwähnt werden.

Der 430 Wh große Akku sitzt im Unterrohr des auffällig gestalteten Rahmens des Greyp Zaney. Das E-MTB ist vollgefedert und weist je nach Version Federwege zwischen 145 und 160 mm auf. Das Gewicht des auf 29 Zoll fahrenden E-Fullys beträgt 18 bis 19 kg, was für ein E-Mountainbike mit Vollfederung relativ wenig ist. Dazu verbaut der Hersteller unter anderem eine SRAM Eagles Schaltung, Formula Cura Scheibenbremsen sowie eine SP Connect Smartphonehalterung.

Der Vorverkauf des neuen Greyp Zaney startet laut Herstellerangaben im September. Im Handel soll das neue E-Mountainbike der Porsche-Marke ab November aufschlagen. Preise und einige weitere Details hat Greyp bisher noch nicht verraten und wird diese später nachliefern.


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Modular, individual and with improved wiring

While the modular system gives riders the freedom to use their eMTB with or without a Kiox 300 display, smaller modular connectors make it easier for bike manufacturers to integrate the Smart System into their bikes, ensuring easier cable routing and a cleaner overall look. With the old Kiox display, the chunky data cable that connects the remote with the display winds around the handlebar like a wild vine. On our test bike, the data cable is routed through the handlebars – neat! Despite the additional headlight, the cockpit of our Centurion test bike looks extremely tidy. Not as tidy is the black plastic cover that conceals a slot in the top tube of our test bike. On the other hand, this suggests that Bosch have even more exciting features in the pipeline. Coincidentally, that’s exactly where the MasterMind display is integrated on many Specialized eMTBs. Could the German tech giant be working on a similar system?

The eBike Flow app – Customizable support levels and improved connectivity

We’ve had the exclusive opportunity to test the beta version of the new eBike Flow app even before its official release. Both pairing and re-establishing the connection between the smartphone and the eMTB is super fast and intuitive. Particularly exciting is how the speed sensor interacts with the GPS data of the smartphone, allowing the eBike Flow app to detect whether you’re riding your bike or covering a section of your route by car or train and then resume (or pause) tracking accordingly.

Unfortunately, we haven’t been able to test the most exciting feature yet, which allows you to adjust the support levels of the new Smart System motor individually. In a nutshell, the feature lets you adapt the modulation, maximum torque, support level and speed of the modes with a fixed support factor, like Eco and Turbo – of course within the framework of the legal regulations. The dynamic progressive eMTB and Tour modes can’t be customized.

Alongside countless route-stats, the eBike Flow app provides all the crucial information about service intervals and software updates, which can be uploaded from your smartphone directly to the Bosch motor system over-the-air. The eBike Flow app will be available for iOS and Android from autumn 2021 and is only compatible with the latest Smart System. When paired with the optional ConnectModule, which can be retrofitted to many eMTBs with the Smart System, the eBike Flow app also offers anti-theft protection and a bike-tracking feature, which are made possible by a chip integrated deep inside the motor system.

New Bosch Performance Line CX Smart System – Our first ride review

We’ve had the exclusive opportunity to test the new Bosch Performance Line CX Smart System over several weeks before its official launch. First things first: the riding behavior and riding dynamics of the “new” Bosch motor haven’t changed at all. The overall riding experience and usability, on the other hand, have changed significantly – and definitely for the better!

Using the factory settings and without customising the support levels from the eBike Flow app, the new Smart System offers pretty much the same characteristics and almost identical ride feeling as the previous Performance CX motor, which provides 340% assistance – and delivered an impressive performance in our motor group test, especially when negotiating technical climbs in the progressive eMTB mode. Unfortunately, the latest Smart System doesn’t allow this mode to be customized. Bosch throw in one more dynamic progressive mode, which is called Tour and adapts its support between Eco and Turbo depending on the riding situation. The support is significantly weaker and less abrupt than in the eMTB mode, allowing light riders to negotiate technical climbs without the rear wheel spinning out of control and everyone else to save battery on long rides. The Tour mode has already been available as a software update from July 2021 for the previous Performance Line CX motor. Unfortunately, the new Smart System motor has inherited the distinctive clunking noise from its predecessor, proudly announcing its presence every time the chain exerts force on the chainring, for example when the suspension compresses on rough descents with roots carpets and brake bumps. What a pity! On the other hand, the new Bosch LED Remote and Kiox 300 display make it extremely easy to operate the new motor. In terms of legibility, ergonomics, ease of use, logic and menu navigation, Bosch literally knocked it out of the park with the new Smart System and also managed to integrate the new eBike Flow app seamlessly into the motor system. Finally, the Bosch team caught up with some of their fiercest competitors and are able to offer a well-thought-out modular system that lets you choose to configure your cockpit with or without a display – very cool! At least that’s the case with future bike models because the displays and remotes of the Smart System as well as all its exciting software features, like the adjustable support levels, aren’t compatible with the current Bosch system. This is due to the new system architecture, which relies on smaller modular connectors to hook up the motor to the battery, display and remote. On the other hand, the new standard enables a whole new range of exciting features. In our opinion, however, it would make a lot more sense if the current (and excellent!) Nyon navigation display were compatible with the new Smart System, especially for touring and trekking bikes. Sporty riders who attach great importance to nimble handling will miss the lighter 625 Wh battery. That being said, we’re sure that Bosch are planning to release more exciting components and software updates in the near future.

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The new PowerTube 750 could put an end to the “range anxiety” which seems to be spreading amongst eMTBers. Although a 20% increase in battery capacity doesn’t necessarily bump up the range by 20%, the new 750 Wh battery should allow for longer rides than its smaller 625 Wh counterpart. Whether and to what extent the weight and size of the battery affect the handling of the latest eMTBs with the new Smart System depends on how bike manufacturers integrate the battery into their bikes. We’re excited to see what solutions bike brands will come up with in the future.

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Bikes with the new Bosch Performance CX motor

While the riding performance of the Bosch Performance Line CX Smart System motor hasn’t changed, the whole new ecosystem around it has taken usability and ergonomics to a whole new level! With the modular system built around the remote, display and app, Bosch knocked it out of the park by managing to ensure intuitive operation while allowing end-users to customise the support levels of the motor to suit their needs and preferences. Regrettably, the annoying clunking noise is still clearly audible while the owners of ebikes with the current Bosch motor won’t be able to benefit from any of the exciting new features. Nevertheless, we’re curious to see how bike manufacturers will integrate the big battery into their frame designs and what updates and innovations Bosch have in the works.

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