Tata Tiago EV India launch confirmed, to be India's most affordable electric car- Details here
Tata Motors has confirmed that they will soon be expanding their electric vehicle line up with the launch of Tata Tiago EV, the company already sells EV versions of cars like Tata Nexon and Tigor.
- Tata Motors will introduce 10 EVs in next five years
- Tata Motors has one of the biggest EV line up in India
- TPEM aims to support the government's vision to have 30 per cent EV penetration by 2030
Tata Motors has announced that they will soon be bringing Tata Tiago EV into the Indian market, expanding their lineup. This new EV from the Indian automaker will be available later this month, making environmentally friendly vehicles more accessible to customers. The Tiago EV would be the company's third product in the electric space, following Nexon and Tigor, both of which were announced on World EV Day. Nexon EV and Tigor EV currently serve the personal market, while Xpres T serves the fleet market. Tata Motors has set a goal of introducing ten electric vehicles in the next five years.
"Today is a momentous occasion for us, as we announce the expansion of our EV portfolio further with a new mainstream intervention from the stable of Tata Motors, the Tiago EV," Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Managing Director Shailesh Chandra said.
Earlier this year, the company had unveiled a three-phase approach towards building a comprehensive EV portfolio, he said. As the automaker accelerates its future journey, it is committed to launching 10 EVs in different product segments, body styles, and affordability levels, Chandra noted.
"As a leader, we are now pioneering the next phase of the EV market expansion, which will bring all the EV benefits of an exciting yet easy drive, silent cabin, low cost of ownership to a more accessible level," he added.
Chandra noted that the automaker remains committed towards realising the vision of making India the EV hub of the world. He added that Tata Passenger Electric Mobility (TPEM) had been established with TPG Rise Climate to offer new mobility solutions.
TPEM aims to ride the green wave and support the government's vision to have 30 per cent electric vehicle penetration by 2030, Chandra said. Tata Motors currently leads the passenger vehicle EV market in India, with a market share of around 88 per cent, with Nexon EV leading the sales charts.
"As early entrants, we have shaped the market and seen it grow with Nexon EV and Tigor EV. We have over 40,000 Tata EVs plying on the road," Chandra said. The company plans to release detailed specifications and price ranges for the Tiago EV in the coming weeks.
With inputs from PTI