Tata Motors has spread the electric vehicle revolution further by introducing the new Tigor EV in Nepal. With the introduction of Tata Tigor EV in Nepal, the company can hope to increase the sales of EVs in the neighboring country of India. The Tata Tigor EV will be sold in three variants XE, XM, XZ+. While the XE trim is priced at 29.99 lakh Nepalese Rupees, the XM trim is priced at 31.49 lakh Nepalese Rupees. The top XZ+ trim costs 32.99 lakh Nepalese Rupees.
The Tata Tigor EV is launched in Nepal in partnership with Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd. The delivery and test drive of the Tata Tigor EV has already started across the country. The EV gets 8 years and 1,60,000 kms for the battery and motor.
The Tata Tigor EV is powered by a 26 kWh Li-ion battery pack and can be charged up to 80 per cent with a fast charger. However, for home charging Tata provides a 15A plug point. The 15A plug point will provide 0 per cent to 80 per cent power in 8.5 hours.
In terms of efficiency, the Tigor EV is expected to give around 300 km range on a full charge. The EV can hit 0-60 kmph in 5.7 seconds. The motor churns peak power of 55 kW and maximum torque of 170Nm.
The connectivity features of the EV include a 7-inch HARMAN touchscreen infotainment system along with 4 speakers. The Tigor also gets automatic climate control, height adjustable driver seats, auto foldable mirrors, smart key etc.
Some safety features included in the car include multiple airbags, corner stability control, hill ascent control, ABS system along with EBD etc. The Tata Tigor EV gets Global NCAP rating for adult and child occupant protection.
The boot space of the Tigor EV is 316 litres and can be expanded up to 375 litres if users remove spare wheel.
Tata Motors is all set to introduce another electric vehicle in India. The leading Indian car manufacturer has teased the upcoming launch through its official Twitter account. The latest post by Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Limited asks the audience to stay tuned to the unveiling of a stunning, dynamic, and electrifying car on 6 April, 2022.