After success of the Nexon EV, which today commands a nearly 70% share in the Indian EV market as claimed by Tata Motors, they have today unveiled the EV avatar of its Electric Sedan, Tata Tigor EV in the signature Teal Blue colour. This new EV is powered by state–of-the-art high voltage electric architecture – Ziptron. It also comes packed with technology across its powertrain, infotainment, connectivity & charging. Starting today, Tata Motors will commence bookings for the new Tigor EV at select dealerships at INR 21000.
Ziptron is at the heart of Tata Motors’ revolutionary electric vehicles According to Tata Motors, the Tigor EV delivers a peak power output of 55 kW and a peak torque of 170 Nm. It does 0 to 60 kmph in 5.7 seconds for a zippy and exciting drive. It can negotiate steepest of gradients without any compromise. It comes with 26 kWh Lithium-ion battery pack which is efficiently packaged, providing highest on-board energy in the segment. It offers a superior driving dynamics and handling aided by lower Centre of Gravity and balanced suspension setup offering a comfortable ride.
The Tigor EV has got an IP 67 rated battery pack and motor to make it weather and worry-proof and comes with a 8 year and 160,000 KM battery and motor warranty. It is based on a proven platform with Rear Crash compatible structure and also complies with ODB 64 test standard. The Impact Resistant Battery Pack casing of Tigor EV complies with AIS – 048 standard for nail penetration at Cell Level. The new Tigor EV is compatible with globally acceptable CCS2 charging protocol and can be fast charged as well as slow charged from any 15 A plug point.
Besides a silent cabin, spacious interiors with ample headroom and legroom for comfortable seating, the Tigor EV also offers 30+ connected car features including remote commands and remote diagnostics, so customers can be in touch with their EV through their phones as further stated by the company.
Commenting upon the unveiling, Vivek Srivatsa, Head-Marketing, Passenger and Electric Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors said, “The last few years belonged to the early adopters of EV in India but now it is the time of early majority to move to EV. With an immensely successful experience with the Nexon EV, we can confidently state that EVs are rapidly becoming mainstream. The EV market has reached an inflection point and we need to cater to diverse customer needs and democratize the EV market further with another accessible and contemporary EV product. We are ecstatic to unveil our second electric car in the personal segment. With the all-new Tigor EV we want to lead this evolution to mainstream EVs in India with a message to all automotive enthusiasts to Evolve to Electric.”