Tata officially the new Tigor EV in the Indian market last week. Tata also started accepting the bookings for the new Tigor EV at a payment of Rs 21,000. However, the brand is yet to announce the launch date of the Tigor EV. Now, Tata has officially announced that it will launch the Tigor EV on 31st August.
The new Tigor EV price announcement will happen on the same date while Tata will also reveal the official range of the electric vehicle. Tata has already announced that the new Tigor EV will come powered with the Ziptron technology.
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The electric motor powering the new Tata Tigor EV gets a maximum power of 55 kW and a peak torque of 170 Nm. With the powerful motor, the Tigor EV can do 0-60 km/h in just 5.7 seconds.
Tata Motors also revealed that the battery pack is 26 kWh. The lithium-ion battery pack has the highest onboard energy in the segment but Tata Motors is yet to reveal the official range of the Tigor EV.
Other details include that the Tigor EV gets a very low centre of gravity that improves the driving dynamics and handling by a great measure. The suspension setup is for comfortable ride quality.
Tata Motors has tested the battery pack for thousands of kilometres and will provide an 8-year or 1.6 lakh km warranty on the motor and the battery. It is a weather-proof IP67-rated battery pack and even the motor gets the same ratings. The Tigor is based on the same Rear Crash compatible structure that also complies with ODB 64 test standard. The charging system is CCS2 protocol and it gets a fast-charging system along with a regular 15A charging capability for home-charging.
The cabin gets a 7.0-inch Harman touchscreen infotainment system with four speakers and four tweeters. The connected feature iRA gets more than 30 connected features. These features can be used to control various features in the vehicle.
The instrument cluster is also new and offers an all-digital view. Tata Motors claim that they have optimised the cabin to make it even more silent. The ORVM are electrically adjustable and it gets a height-adjustable driver seat as well.
Tata Motors will offer the spare wheel as an optional choice that will increase the boot space to 370 litres. Tata Motors will offer a puncture repair kit with the car for the customers. Safety-wise, the Tigor EV gets high rigidity platform and there is hill descent and hill ascent assist too.
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