Most-affordable electric vehicle in India to be unveiled on September 28 by Tata, read for more details
Most-affordable electric vehicle in India to be unveiled on September 28 by Tata, read for more details

On September 28, Tata Motors will formally introduce what may very well be the most significant electric vehicle on Indian roads. When it is eventually released, the Tata Tiago EV (electric vehicle) will be the most cost-effective battery-powered choice on the market. It will be displayed to the nation and the world.

Tata Motors has been working on the Tiago EV for a while, but an official announcement just came on September 9 in honour of World EV Day. With Nexon EV dominating sales, the company holds a lion's share of the battery-powered electric car market. And although reviews of Tigor EV have been mainly favourable, Tiago EV's cost may make zero-emission automobiles more accessible to a wider audience than ever before.

Although nothing is known about the Tiago EV, Ziptron technology, which also powers Nexon EV and Tigor EV, is anticipated to be used in it. The battery options from the Tata XPres-T electric sedan that is available to fleet operators may be carried over. This entails a 21.5 kWh and 16.5 kWh high-energy-density battery. In the case of the XPres-T, the power output is 41 horsepower and 105 Nm of torque. However, the Tiago EV may possibly have the Tigor's 26kWh lithium-ion battery, which is comparably more powerful. This generates 75 horsepower and 170 Nm for the Tigor EV. Much would depend on the pricing that Tata Motors decides to set for its most recent electric product.

Expect the Tiago EV to have a design that is mostly similar to that of the non-battery variant, with a few small differences. The car will undoubtedly include the traditional blue accents and "EV" emblems, as well as the exclusive Tata EV body colours of Signature Teal Blue and Daytona Grey.

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