The pure electric version of the Tata H2X is confirmed. This new model is expected to get a range of 200-230 km per charge.
Following the introduction of the Tiago EV and Tigor EV, Tata has now confirmed that they will introduce the pure electric versions of the Altroz and the production-spec H2X (codenamed as X445).
Tata Motor is going to launch a pure electric version of the Tata H2X.
Guenter Butschek, CEO and Managing Director, Tata Motors, has told The Economic Times- "Our first two offerings on the Alpha architecture will have an EV option." Butschek also elaborates the company's EV plans. He tells that the company is working on electric powertrains to get a range of approximate 200-230-km-per-charge. Doing this will help them to acquire maximum output from their cars and offer a sufficient driving experience at an affordable price range. Moreover, he said that they will be pricing all their electric cars under Rs 15 lakh and he also unveiled the connected vehicle solution platform for all its upcoming electric cars. The H2X concept was showcased by the company at the Geneva Motor Show last month. The upcoming car will give birth to an A-segment SUV that is likely to make its debut at the Auto Expo 2020 in February next year. "70-80% of the design is ready to go into production", revealed Pratap Bose, Head of Design, Tata Motors, at the unveiling of the new vehicle.
Tata Motors also discloses that the H2X concept is all about exemplary performance, future-ready connectivity and outstanding interior room. The concept H2X SUV is 3,840 mm long, 1,822 mm wide, and 1,635 mm tall. It has a wheelbase of 2,450 mm. The car will derive power from a 1.2-litre naturally aspirated petrol engine that will also power the Altroz. After the Tata Altroz, the H2X will be the second model to be underpinned by the company's newly introduced ALFA (Agile Light Flexible Advanced) architecture. Watch this space for more updates on the upcoming Tata H2X SUV.