With the launch of the Ziptron-powered Tigor EV in India tomorrow, Tata Motors will expand its electric offering even further. The Tigor EV will get a new set of aesthetic features in addition to a revised engine. Buyers have been encouraged to choose electric powertrains due to rising fuel prices and growing environmental concerns. The Tata Nexon EV has seen a significant increase in sales recently, according to the firm. The country's increasing enthusiasm for electric vehicles is expected to rub off on the upcoming Tigor EV.
Recently, the upcoming Ziptron-powered Tigor EV was spotted at a dealership. The production-ready model was spotted in teal blue body colour with a blue insert above the grille. The car also has a signature tri-arrow design on both ends, as well as LED DRLs on both ends. The vehicle's sides include a blue EV logo on the fender, black ORVMs with turn indicators, and a blue accent in the dual-tone alloy wheels. A Ziptron logo is placed on the boot lid to highlight the vehicle's electric engine.
Mechanically, the electric motor is powered by an IP67 rated 26kWh lithium-ion battery pack that generates 74bhp and 170Nm of peak torque. The vehicle will be capable of sprinting from a standstill to 100kmph in just 5.7 seconds. The updated Tigor EV will support CCS2 charging and is capable of drawing power from a 15A plug point to attain zero to 80 percent charge in approximately 8.5 hours. Additionally, the vehicle supports fast charging and it takes just under 60 minutes to charge from zero to 80 percent.