Motors has launched an all-new Ace EV, the electric version of the -popular
Ace, exactly 17 years after redefining India’s freight movement. The new Ace
EV, India’s most advanced, zero-emission, four-wheel small commercial vehicle
(SCV), is a green and smart transport solution ready to serve a wide variety of
Motors also announced signing of strategic Memorandum of Understanding with
leading e-commerce companies and logistics service providers – Amazon, Big
Basket, City Link, DOT, Flipkart, Lets Transport, MoEVing and Yelo EV. This
includes delivering 39,000 units of the Ace EV; setting up dedicated Electric
Vehicle Support Centres for maximum fleet uptime; deployment of Tata Fleet Edge
– the next-gen optimal fleet management solution; and support of Tata
UniEVerse, the proven enabling eco-system of relevant Tata Group companies.
Ace EV is the first product featuring Tata Motors’ Evogen powertrain that
offers an unparalleled certified range of 154 kilometres. It delivers a safe,
all-weather operation with an advanced battery cooling system and regenerative
braking system to boost the driving range. The vehicle allows regular and fast
charging capabilities for high uptime .It is powered by a 27kW (36hp) motor
with 130Nm of peak torque, to ensure highest cargo volume of 208 cubic ft and
grade-ability of 22% allowing easy ascend in fully loaded conditions. The Ace
EV’s container is made of light-weight, durable materials that perfectly suit
the requirements of e-commerce logistics.
Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons and Tata Motors, said, “E-mobility is an
idea whose time has come. At Tata Motors, we are moving with speed and scale to
lead this change – in passenger cars, commercial vehicles and Jaguar Land
Rover. I am delighted today that with the launch of the Ace EV, we are entering
a new era of e-cargo mobility. Tata Ace is India’s most successful commercial
vehicle ever. It has revolutionised transportation and created millions of
successful entrepreneurs over the years. It will further build on this legacy
by providing a technologically-advanced, clean and smart mobility solution. I
am excited about the electrification of commercial vehicles.”
Wagh, Executive Director, Tata Motors, said, “The introduction of the Ace EV
marks a major milestone in our journey to deliver zero-emission cargo mobility
in India. Building on our experience and success with electric buses, we have
designed use-case specific EV solutions for intra-city distribution. These
solutions effectively cater to the application needs and deliver a superior
value proposition to all stakeholders. We are much encouraged with the support
and response received from our e-commerce customers, with whom we begin this
journey of zero-emission cargo mobility.”
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