Cars, including electric cars, have become a major player in the Indian market, with more than 70 percent of cars sold in India being electric, according to the National Automobile Dealers Association (NADA).

With EVs gaining in popularity across the country, there are more and more cars that can be equipped with a range of various technology.

With so many cars on the road, the next logical step for a manufacturer would be to add a range-extender to their vehicle.

There are so many options out there and there is no shortage of different options that are made available to the consumer.

But one of the main problems is that the range extender is not made available in all of these vehicles, leaving consumers to purchase their own car accessories and find their own solution.

This article has been updated on December 6, 2017.