The Tata Nexon EV has been announced to be launched in India by the first quarter of 2020 with an expected price ranging from INR 15 lakh to INR 17 lakh.
It has come to light that the Tata Nexon EV launch will take place in 2020. Once launched, the vehicle will be the first electric vehicle of the home-grown automaker to receive its power from the company’s Ziptron technology, which was disclosed last month. While not many details have been revealed about this EV, what we have known so far is that the targeted travel range of the vehicle is around 300 km and it expected prices are from INR 15 lakh to INR 17 lakh. While the impressive travelling range will help the resolve the range anxiety, the affordable price will make EVs more accessible to the Indian auto buyers.
The Tata Nexon EV will be a popular electric SUV with the Indian customers who love connected and thrilling drive experience.
The Tata Nexon EV will become a favourite electric SUV of the Indian buyers who have a passion for a connected and exciting drive experience. The vehicle is expected come with an extremely effective high voltage system, an impressive performance, quick charging abilities, 8-year warranty for battery and motor and compliance with the IP67, the highest dust and waterproof norms.
The peak charging capabilities and unequalled performance are brought about by the Chilled Liquid Cool Battery. The Zippon technology uses the Permanent Magnet AC Motor which is claimed to be greatly efficient. Thanks to the Instant Torque, the customers has an opportunity to experience an unparalleled electric performance. Moreover, the Ziptron technology also offers an integrated motor controller which helps decrease the weight and optimize the fuel mileage. The Water Cooled Power Electronics architecture provides constant and efficient operations along with long durability in numerous operating temperatures.
Thanks to the Ziptron technology, the Tata Nexon EV can offer unqualled durability and performance.
Preparing for the upcoming launch, the domestic auto manufacturer is going to organize the TheUltimateElectricDrive, in which the all-electric Tata Nexon will be driven from Manali to Leh over some extremely harsh conditions with a view to demonstrating the EV’s unmatched durability and performance, regardless of the restricted charging infrastructure and the extreme weather conditions. After the Nexon, the Altroz EV and the Tigo EV are the two next vehicles to come with the Ziptron tech. The Nexon EV will compete against the Mahindra XUV300 EV, which is scheduled to be launched by the middle of 2020.