Tata Motors launches new Tigor.ev sedan with more tech features

Tata Motors launches new Tigor.ev sedan with more tech features

Tata Motors has launched the new Tigor.ev sedan with an extended range of 315 km ARAI certified. The updated version also adds new tech and features to the car. The Tigor.ev is now available in a new Magnetic Red color option. The new Tigor.ev range starts at a price of 12.49 lakh ex-showroom. Its additions include leatherette upholstery, leather-wrapped steering wheel, rain sensing wipers, auto headlamps and cruise control. It also offers more tech with smart enhancements like multi-mode regen, connected car technology - Zconnect, smartwatch connectivity, iTPMS and tyre puncture repair kit, which will be offered as standard across the range.

The software update for Tigor.ev Variants and Prices All prices ex-showroom Similar to the Nexon EV Prime, Tata Motors is extending a free of cost update pack for current Tigor.ev owners. Customers can get their vehicles upgraded with Multi-Mode Regeneration, iTPMS and Tyre Puncture Repair Kit. The existing XZ and XZ DT customers can also get a Smartwatch connectivity upgrade. This service can be availed from any Tata Motors authorized service center starting December 20th, 2022.

The Tigor.ev delivers a peak power output of 55 kW and a peak torque of 170 Nm. It is powered by a 26 kWh liquid-cooled, high energy density battery pack and an IP 67 rated battery pack and motor to make it weather proof.

Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director, Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd. and Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. The EV industry is witnessing tremendous growth and is gaining popularity in the Indian market. With 50,000 Tata EVs on the road and an 89% market share YTD, we at Tata Motors are solely driving the shift with our extensive portfolio. Chandra said that the Tiago.ev received a tremendous response as it garnered over 20 K bookings in just a month. He said that the new version of Tigor.ev has been updated with more tech and premium features. The customer driving pattern was determined by the 600 million kilometers covered on Indian roads, according to the company.