Launch of the Tata Tiago EV, the manufacturer’s most inexpensive electric vehicle, has been confirmed.

The Tata Tiago EV has been added to Tata Motors’ roster, and it will soon be available in India. In the latter part of this month, the Indian carmaker will release a new EV, increasing consumer access to greener vehicles. The Nexon and Tigor, which were both unveiled on World EV Day, are the company’s first two electric vehicles, and the Tiago EV would be its third. At this time, Xpres T serves the fleet sector, while Nexon EV and Tigor EV cater to the personal market. In the following five years, Tata Motors wants to release ten electrified automobiles.

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Shailesh Chandra, managing director of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles, stated, “Today is a monumental time for us as we announce the extension of our EV portfolio further with a new mainstream intervention from the stable of Tata Motors, the Tiago EV.”

The business had earlier this year outlined a three-phase strategy for creating an extensive EV portfolio, he added. Chandra said that the carmaker is dedicated to releasing 10 EVs in various product categories, body designs, and price ranges as it quickens its future trajectory.

As a market leader, we are currently leading the next stage of EV market development, which will make all the advantages of an exhilarating yet simple driving, a silent cabin, and cheap cost of ownership more approachable.

Chandra stated that the company is still dedicated to achieving the goal of making India the global centre for electric vehicles. He continued by mentioning the creation of Tata Passenger Electric Mobility (TPEM) alongside TPG Rise Climate to provide fresh mobility options.

According to Chandra, TPEM wants to join the green movement and help the government’s goal of 30% electric car penetration by 2030. Tata Motors presently holds a market share of almost 88 percent in India’s market for electric passenger vehicles, with Nexon EV dominating the sales charts.

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We have over 40,000 Tata EVs on the road, and as early entrants, we helped to define the industry and saw it expand with Nexon EV and Tigor EV, according to Chandra. In the upcoming weeks, the business intends to reveal the Tiago EV’s full range of features and price points.


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