This EV from Tata has fast charging capability and can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in just 60 minutes. Its electric motor generates 75hp power and 170Nm torque.
The recently launched Tata Tigor EV is the cheapest mass market electric car in India and has become even more affordable due to the incentives offered under the EV policy in Maharashtra. These incentives can reduce the price of the Tigor EV by around Rs. 2.30 lakh. As we saw strong demand for Nexon EVs in Maharashtra after the implementation of this EV policy, the new Tigor EV has also got over 100 bookings from Mumbai alone. The deliveries of the electric sedan are scheduled to start by mid-October 2021.
As per the new EV policy in Maharashtra, all electric four wheelers will get a basic incentive of Rs 5,000 per kWh for the battery capacity of the vehicle, with a maximum incentive of Rs 1.50 lakh. This means that the 26kWh battery pack of the Tigor EV will get an incentive of Rs 1.30 lakh. Also, in order to request buyers to switch to EVs, all cars registered before December 31, 2021 will also be eligible for the Early Bird Incentive, which offers a further discount of Rs 1 lakh on the price.
Total discount of 2.3 lakhs on all variants of Tigor EV
Tigor EV customers will get a total discount of Rs 2.3 lakh on all variants of the electric sedan till the end of the year. This will make it a much more attractive offering. It is also worth noting that the Xpres-T – the variant of the Tigor EV that is sold to fleet operators – will also get a discount of up to Rs 2.07 lakh (subsidy of Rs 82,500 – on the 16.5kWh model and Rs 1.07 lakh on the 21.5kWh model). But also a subsidy of Rs 1 lakh for the Early Bird Incentive).
Tata Tigor EV Ziptron is already Tata’s most affordable mass market EV, even undercutting the Nexon EV (Rs 13.99-16.85 lakh, ex-showroom). With these discounts, the Tigor EV only adds to that difference and further cements itself as the most affordable EV currently available in our market. However, it is worth noting that the petrol-operated Aquivalent is still much less expensive as the manual variant costs Rs 5.65 – 7.27 lakh and the automatic variant costs Rs 6.80 – 7.82 lakh (ex-showroom, India).
2021 Tata Tigor EV: Powertrain and Charging Details
Powering the new Tigor EV, Tata’s Ziptron high-voltage architecture uses a stable magnetic synchronous electric motor that generates 75hp power and 170Nm torque. It comes with a 26kWh lithium-ion unit battery pack, which is rated as per IP67 water and dustproofing standards along with an electric motor. The new Ziptron Tigor EV boasts of an ARAI range of 306 km.
The Tigor EV has fast charging capability and can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in just 60 minutes.
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