nature friendly is not easy, it comes at a cost. The new Tigor EV sedan from
Tata Motors is a pure electric vehicle and it costs Rs 11.99 lakh (ex showroom)
onward. Either you need to be the Indian government or a person with a deep
conscience if you were to buy one, because at the same price you can get a much
bigger and much trendier Mahindra XUV700!
Tata Tigor electric car comes with an ARAI-certified range of 306 kms (under
standard testing conditions) and will be available in three trim options – XE,
XM, XZ+ (XZ+ Dual Tone option available)
the footstep of its ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) sibling, the Tigor EV has
also been lauded by GNCAP with a 4 star rating for adult (12.00 points out of
17.00) and child (37.24 points out of 49.00) occupant protection. The Tigor EV
features Tata Motors’ proprietary high voltage EV architecture, Ziptron, and is
built on the three strong pillars of Technology, Comfort, and Safety.
chart (Ex-showroom – One nation, one price):
Tigor EV XE
Tigor EV XM
Tigor EV XZ+
12.99 lakh (Dual Tone option - 13.14 Lakhs)
Chandra, President, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors – “EVs are
fast gaining popularity on the back of rising comfort of customers, as the
barriers to adoption are being overcome and due to growing preference for
environmentally friendly solutions. This has been spearheaded by our very own
Nexon EV, which today is the most popular EV in the Indian market..”
Tigor EV delivers a peak power output of 55 kW and a peak torque of 170 Nm and
is powered by a 26-kWh liquid-cooled, high energy density battery pack and an
IP 67 rated battery pack and motor to make it weather and worry-proof.
Motors is offering the new Tigor EV in three variants: XE, XM, XZ+ (XZ+ Dual
Tone option available), which come with an 8 year and 160,000 KM battery and
motor warranty for the EV owners. Moreover, it also delivers superior driving
dynamics and balanced suspension for sharper handling. Other features include
electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs, smart key with push button start,
portable charging cable, etc.
impact-resistant battery pack casing of Tigor EV complies with AIS-048 standard
for nail penetration at cell Level. Based on a proven platform with rear crash suited
structure, the car is compatible with globally acceptable CCS2 charging
protocol and can be fast-charged as well as slow-charged from any 15 A plug
addition to a silent cabin, spacious interiors with ample headroom and legroom
for comfortable seating, the Tigor EV comes packed with technology across its
powertrain, infotainment, connectivity & charging, all while promising a
comfortable, and smooth drive. The car comes with 30+ connected car features
including remote commands and remote diagnostics.
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