While it is confirmed that 3 more Tata Nexon EV’s are going to join the line-up. You can know more about the 3 EV’s that are supposed to come.
Contents of this post-
- Tata Nexon EV Overview
- Tata Altroz EV showcased at 2019 Geneva Motor Show
- What’s next on the list
- 3 More Tata Nexon EV’s to Join the Line-Up
Tata Nexon EV Overview
Tata Motors have finally confirmed that they are supposed to bring an electric version of their famous compact SUV,’ Nexon. Other than that, the manufacturer is also supposed to bring three more cars in the next 18 months which means by 2020-21.
Not much is known about the specs of the Tata Nexon electric but it is likely to get a lithium-ion battery pack positioned under the seat. It is expected to launch early next year followed by the Altroz EV.
Tata Altroz EV showcased at 2019 Geneva Motor Show
Tata Altroz EV was first showcased at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The manufacturer also revealed that they’ll offer a range of 250-300 km on a full charge and can be charged 80% in just approximately one hour. Moreover the prices are likely to see an upward range of Rs 10 lakh.
What’s next on the list
Next on the list is the Tata Tigor EV with has an improved battery-package and offers more power and range. Currently, the compact sedan uses a 16.2 kWh battery which also offers 140 km and we expect with the updates on the battery pack, it will pack a range of at least 180 km. Currently, the car is used especially for by the commercial fleet and is not available to the private buyers. The prices for the same starts at Rs 9.99 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
The fourth EV from the lineup still remains as a mystery as not much is known the upcoming vehicle. So Tata Motors and Tata Powers are working towards the required EV infrastructure in India. To see the transformation of electric vehicles, we first need to see the demand for the same in the market.
3 More Tata Nexon EV’s to Join the Line-Up
Moreover, the Tata Nexon EV will not be the first compact SUV as Mahindra is expected to bring an eXUV300 by mid 2020. It will come in two battery pack which will pack more range and diversify their electric vehicles portfolio. Currently, the manufacturer offers two EVs
- e20 Plus.
Following the EV trend in the Indian market, the government has also brought down the GST rates from 12% to 5% and the GST on EV charging stations and chargers have also been dropped down from 18% to 5%.