Tata Presents Electric Variant of Tiago, Which on Full Charge Goes On 100 Kilometers

News Oct 05, 2017 No Comments

Tata Motors gave signs of electric variant of Tiago in July. Now, the company with its convincing technology has introduced the Tata concept model of Tata Tiago in the Law Carbon Vehicle (LCV) 2017 event organized in the UK. This small car has been prepared by Tata-Motors European Technical Center (TMTTC), owned by Tata. Apart from this, Tata has also developed an electric version of Indica Vista and Bolt. All these cars were introduced in the LCV event.

Tata Presents Electric Variant of Tiago, Which on Full Charge Goes On 100 Kilometers

Tata claims that the Tiago EV car captures speeds of 0 to 100 Kilometers per hour in just 11 Seconds in the sports mode. This electric variant of Tata Tiago is an equipped with an 85 Kilowatt motor, which generates a maximum torque of 200 nM. Front wheel drive has been given in this electric vehicle, which explains that electric vehicles have single speed gearbox.

The company claims that this new version of Tata Tiago is capable of covering a distance of 100 Kilometers on full electric charge. The car production has reached very close to the stage and it can be launched in India soon. This car weighs 40 Kilograms compared to the regular Tiago car. However, compared to petrol variant, this car weighs less than 20 Kilograms.

Earlier Tata had made Bolt’s electric variant that was unveiled in the UK. The company can also use this technique in Tiago. A low-cost valve platform has been used in Tiago. Tata Nano can also bring electric variants. Tata Tiago’s electric variant may come in India by the end of next year. Tata Tiago was launched in India in 2016 and it became very popular. In India, its both petrol and diesel variants are sold. In total, there are 17 variants in India and its base model starts at Rs 3.28 Lakh. While the top end model is available at Rs 5.8 Lakh.

The move from the India’s leading automaker will no doubt help to enhance the Indian Government’s plans to go green by 2030. However, this rapid adoption of electric movement is expected to create some great prospects for the Indian market in terms of foreign investment and manufacturing.

Tushar Imade