Tata unveiled its popular compact SUV Nexon EV last year. As an electric vehicle, it does well in the Indian market.
The future is electric and looking at that car manufacturers are moving forward. Tata’s successful entry-level car Tigor will be available in a new electronic variant to continue the trend.
But this is not Tata’s first electric car. Nexon EV, Tata’s popular compact SUV, was released last year. As an electric vehicle, it does well in the Indian market. Nexon makes 7 out of every 10 electric vehicles sold in India (Source: Tata). That car’s Ziptron electric architecture has been adapted for usage in Tigor EV as well.
Lunch Date of Tata Tigor EV
Tigor EV launch is scheduled to take place on 31st August 2021 in India.
Variants of Tata Tigor EV
XM, XZ+, and XZ+ dual-tone are the three variations of the Tata Tigor EV facelift. The Tigor EV will be offered in two colors: Signature Teal and Daytona Grey, while the dual-tone model will have a black roof. The touch of that color is also evident in the interior. As a result, there will be no problem in distinguishing it from the other Tigors.
Starter pricing for the Tigor Ev is Rs 11,99,000 (all prices ex-showroom). The car comes in three different versions. The price for the XM version starts at Rs 12,49,000. The XZ+ is priced at Rs 12,99,000. In addition, the Tigor EV XZ+ is available in a two-tone color scheme for Rs 13.14 lakh.
Booking of Tata Tigor EV
The booking process has already started. There will be a Rs 21000 pre-booking fee for the Tata Tigor EV in certain showrooms in India.
Specification of Tata Tigor EV
Peak Output: 55 kW
Peak Power: 73.75 HP
Peak Torque: 170 Nm
0-60 Kmph: 5.7 seconds
Battery: 26 kWh lithium-ion battery pack IP67 rated
How to change the battery on Tata Tigor EV?
This is a common argument against electric vehicles. Tata has taken note of this. An 8-year, 160,000-kilometer battery and motor warranty is included with the Tigor EV.
Range and charging time of Tata Tigor EV
In the case of electric vehicles, this is crucial. The ARAI-certified range of the Tigor EV is 306 km (under standard testing conditions).
The Tigor EV’s battery pack supports CCS2 charging and using a 15A outlet, the battery pack of the Tigor EV can be charged in around 8.5 hours from 0 to 80 percent. It also supports fast charging, which takes a little under 60 minutes to charge from 0 to 80%.
A reworked fascia, projector headlamps, LED DRLs on the lower bumper portion, black ORVMs, a shark-fin antenna, and LED taillights are among the exterior changes. There are dual airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors, a rearview camera, seatbelt reminder, and a speed alert system included in this model’s safety features. 2021 Tigor EV has received a four-star safety rating in Global NCAP crash tests.
Tigor EV has a 4-star NCAP crash test rating with two airbags as standard. 4 stars are awarded for occupant protection for adults (12.00 out of 17.00) and children (37.24 out of 49.00).
The interior of the upcoming Tata Tigor will include a dual-tone beige and black theme, a flat-bottom steering wheel, a seven-inch Harman-sourced touchscreen infotainment system, automatic climate control, teal blue highlights for the AC vents, an engine start-stop button, and drive modes.