Tata Motors Tigor EV sales: Tigor EV Price, Tata Motors Tigor EV Price: Tata Motors has launched new Tigor EV bookings at select dealerships at Rs 21,000, with deliveries starting from August 31.
Tata Motors on Wednesday unveiled the Tigor EV, the second electric model in the personal mobility space after the Nexan EV. Auto Major has achieved success with the Nexan EV, which currently has a 70 percent market share in the domestic electric vehicle segment. Tigor EV is powered by the company’s high voltage electric architecture – Ziptron and is based on the three pillars of technology, comfort, and safety.
Tata Motors has started bookings at selected dealerships for the new Tigor EV at Rs 21,000, with deliveries expected to start from August 31.
“The past few years have been the early adopters of EVs in India, but now is the pre-majority time to move to EVs. With the amazingly successful experience with the Nexan EV, we can confidently say that EVs are rapidly becoming mainstream.” Tata Motors Head-Marketing (Passenger and Electric Vehicle Business Unit) Vivek Srivastava said at the launch of the Tigor EV.
The electric vehicle market in the country has reached a breaking point and the company needs to cater to the needs of diverse customers and further democratize the EV market with available and contemporary production.
“We are excited to launch our second electric car in the personal segment. With the latest Tigor EV we want to drive this evolution to the mainstream EVs in India with the message that all automotive enthusiasts should grow electrically,” Srivastava said.
Tata Motors Passenger Vehicle Business (Vice President, Product Line, Electric Vehicle and Alpha Architecture) Anand Kulkarni stated that the Tigor EV is built on five pillars of performance, technology, reliability, charging, and comfort.
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“Ziptron technology has enabled Tata Motors to dispel a large number of popular myths surrounding the EVs regarding power, monsoon usage, reliability, long-distance driving, frequency of charging, etc.,” he added.
With the growing demand for EVs, it is imperative to provide consumers with a choice of EV options who want to switch to electric, Kulkarni said.
“We are pleased to expand our high voltage Ziptron EV architecture to our second offering in the personal EV segment – Tigor EV,” he said.
The Tigor EV delivers a maximum power output of 55 kW and a maximum torque of 170 Nm. It can accelerate from 0 to 60 km / h in 5.7 seconds. It comes with a 26 kWh lithium-ion battery pack with an eight-year and 1,60,000 KM battery and motor warranty. The new Tigor EV is compatible with the globally acceptable CCS2 charging protocol and can charge fast from any 15 A plug point as well as slow. In addition to the silent cabin and comfortable seating, the model also offers 30-plus connected car features, including remote commands and remote diagnostics, so customers can stay in touch with their EV through their phones.