TATA is going all green with the release of TATA Tigor EV

The company launched its new EV in the market and here is everything we know.


EV vehicles are now booming in the market, everyone is leaning towards going green. With the hike in the price of fuel, it was a really great move by TATA to boost its EV’ lineup.TATA usually plans its EV around three major pillars: technology, comfort and safety.

TATA Tigor was released in the company’s signature teal blue colour, which looks gorgeous. This time TATA planned to build 5 strong pillars for their EV, which will be performance, Technology, reliability, Charging and Comfort. TATA ensured in the meeting that with its new Ziptron technology, all the myths related to owning an EV will be taken care of for the customers.


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TATA Tigor EV Specs:

TATA did no compromise in adding new features to its new EV. The heart of the car is the 26 kWh lithium-ion battery, which will run for a long time. If you are worried about the battery it comes with an IP 67 rating with the company providing 8 years and 160,000 KM of warranty on it. Talking about the motor, it produces 55kW of power and 170 Nm of peak torque. The Tigor EV does 0 to 60 in just 5.7 seconds. This is really impressive for an entry level car.

With great power comes great responsibility. TATA took care of this by building a rear crash compatible structure and complied Tigor with OBD 64 test standards. 

Tigor EV is technically sound as well with a globally acceptable CCS2 charging protocol. Meaning it accepts fast charging from any charging depo. Tigor can also be charged with a 15A wall socket. Tata Tigor EV is equipped with 30+ car connect features including remote command and remote diagnosis so the consumer can check on their car from their smartphone.

The New Tigor looks gorgeous and with these exciting features, it seems future ready. Right now you can book your TATA Tigor at a selective dealership by paying Rs 21,000. For more information on this topic stay connected with Motor Bridge. The car is expected to carry a price tag of just under Rs 11 lakhs in India (ex-showroom). 

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