The all new Tata Tigor EV marked its entrance with a bang by scoring a 4 star crash test safety rating by global ncap and becoming the first ever EV to be tested by GNCAP.
Following are the Trims and Price for all the models –
|Tigor EV Variant||Price ( INR )|
|XE||Rs 11.99 Lakh|
|XM||Rs 12.49 Lakh|
|XZ+||Rs 12.99 Lakh|
|XZ+ Dual Tone||Rs 13.14 Lakh|
Following are the main features of Tata Tigor EV
- Tata Motors’ proprietary high voltage EV architecture
- Ziptron Technology
- Fast charging with 0-80 percent charge in just 1 hour
- Built on 3 strong pillars – Technology, Comfort, and Safety
|Tata Tigor EV Specifications|
|Batter Capacity||26 kWh|
The Tata Tigor EV is set out for success since it is the cheapest EV available in India in the private market and has got no rival. The price tag is slightly higher than we expected and if it were priced at Rs 9.99 Lakh for the XE trim it would have done wonders because if you are paying Rs 11.99 Lakh for the Tata Tigor EV, extending your budget over Rs 2 lakh and getting the Tata Nexon EV makes more sense.
The Tata Tigor EV is based on the face lift of Tata Tigor which was launched last year ang gets a few cosmetic changes, most prominent being the electric blue hints all over the car along with the updated front grill. The interior too is similar to the traditional Tigor and gets blue accents here and there and the major difference you’ll see in the gear lever which has now been replaced with a rotating dial for driving mode selection similar to what we saw on the Tata Nexon EV.
With a range of 306 KM the The Tata Tigor EV can charge upto 80% within an hour with fast charging capabilities. Also Tata motors provide a warranty of 8 year/1,60,000km on the battery and motor.
Tata Tigor EV becomes the first Electric Vehicle ever to be tested by Global NCAP
and it didn’t disappoint us, it scored a safety rating of 12.00 points out of 17.00 for adult occupant protection and 37.24 points out of 49 for child occupant protection taking its overall score to 4 out of 5 stars. Nothing less is expected of Tata. More manufactures should learn from Tata Motors and progress towards better and safer cars for India.
Better to buy a Nexon than this
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