Tata Motors is busy working on several new models, which are set to hit the roads by the end of this year. Besides, the company has planned a range of new SUVs and electric vehicles that will help it boost its market. Speaking of electric vehicles, the Tata Nexon EV has been generating scale for the domestic automaker since its launch. The compact compact SUV will soon receive a mid-life update with a larger battery, improved range and design. The automaker will also introduce the long-range version of the Tata Tiago EV in the coming months. The recent appearance of the Tata Altroz EV also indicates that the model is ready for launch. Here are the main details of the upcoming three Tata electric cars.
The Tata Nexon EV has been updated
India’s best selling electric car – Tata Nixon EV It is scheduled to receive its first midlife update in the coming weeks. Its official release date, however, has not yet been announced. This time around, the model will come with a larger 40kWh battery pack that offers a range of over 400km on a single charge. It will also continue to display the current 30.3 kWh battery pack. You might also get selectable refresh modes along with cruise control, electronic stability control, parking mode, ventilated seats and parking mode. Some noticeable changes will be made from the outside as well.
Tata Tigor EV has been updated
Tata has been testing the Tigor EV for a while. If the reports are to be believed, the electric car will likely come with a larger package offering longer range. In order to fit the larger battery, the automaker may make some changes to its floor sump. Its suspension setup may also be updated which is expected to increase ground clearance and overall weight. Powertrain details from New 2022 Tata Tigor EV Not yet disclosed.
TATA Altros EV
Reports indicate that TATA Altros EV Soon there will be a version in India. While the electric hatchback’s technical specs are still under the covers, the model is likely to share its powertrain with the Nexon EV. The carmaker may introduce the Altroz EV with updated Ziptron electric technology that will debut on the long-range Nexon EV. Most of its styling parts will likely be similar to the concept that broke the lid at the 2020 Auto Show.