The brand-new Tiago EV was unexpectedly unveiled by Tata Motors on World Electric Vehicle (EV) Day 2022. Tata Motors intends to increase its presence in the electric mobility market, which it now dominates with a sizable share of 88 percent, with the introduction of the new Tiago EV. The new Tata Tiago EV will also surpass the Tigor EV and Nexon EV in terms of price, making Tata Motors’ lineup of electric vehicles more accessible.
The new Tata Tiago EV will likewise be based on its IC engine variant in terms of design, similar to the Nexon EV and Tigor EV. The Tiago EV is anticipated to maintain the outward design of the gasoline-powered Tiago while adding EV-specific features like a closed grille up front and blue accents all over like it did with the Tigor EV. The front fascia, boot lid garnish, wheel caps, and alloy wheels are expected to have blue accents.
The interior of the new Tata Tiago EV is anticipated to maintain the Tigor petrol’s dual-tone black and grey design. The instrument console and center console, which will both be shared with the Tigor EV, may also have blue accents in this area. Additionally, it will probably have the same transmission knob in the lower center console as the Tigor EV.
Powertrain still awaited
Although Tata Motors has not provided any information regarding its powertrain, the Tiago EV is most likely to receive the same setup as the Tigor EV, which has a front-mounted electric motor and battery. The Tigor EV currently uses a front-mounted electric motor that can generate 75 PS of power and 170 Nm of torque; the Tiago EV is anticipated to make similar performance claims. The 26 kWh lithium-ion battery pack from the Tigor EV may also be shared by the Tiago EV in addition to the motor.
Given that the Tiago EV is expected to be Tata’s most affordable electric vehicle for India and that Tata is aiming to attain 30% electric vehicle adoption by 2030, it would be fascinating to see how much range this battery pack will deliver in this EV.
The Nexon EV Max, an electric vehicle with a more potent motor and a larger battery pack, was just added to the Indian automaker’s EV lineup. Additionally, it debuted a new, top-of-the-line Prime variation of the standard Nexon EV that added several capabilities to the Nexon EV Max.
The Tata Tiago EV will enable the company to market to a wider range of consumers. Currently, the Tata Tigor EV, which costs Rs 12.24 lakhs, is the cheapest EV in India.
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