Tata Tigor EV is going to receive a facelift in the near future. Recently, the facelift version was spotted during road test without camouflage.
The electric vehicle segment is seeing a significant increase in popularity in the global automotive industry. The electrification movement has started catching up in India. Various car manufacturers in the domestic market are channelling their attention toward the EV space. One of the pioneers in the EV segment is Tata Motors. The homegrown car manufacturer has introduced the electric version of the Tigor. Recently, the Tata Tigor EV facelift was spotted without camouflage.
Tata Tigor EV facelift is spied doing road test without camouflage
Even though the car does not have an “EV” sticker on it, it can be easily identified through the exterior design that reflects the updates on the conventional 2020 Tigor facelift. In the beginning, Tata Tigor EV was limited to usage among fleet operators. At the moment, the Tata Tigor EV and the Mahindra eVerito are the only two electric fleet vehicle options.
Later on, Tata Motors has added a new variant to the range of the Tigor EV. This variant is available for regular customers. While the fleet version derives power from a 16.2 kWh battery pack that can offer a range of 142 km per charge, the newly-added variant is available with a 21.5 kWh battery and offers a range of 213 km. This electric motor is capable of making a top power of 41 PS and 105 Nm. It is likely that Tata will introduce updates for the electric powertrain. Possibly, we can see an improvement in driving range.
Tata Tigor EV facelift’s design will be similar to the facelift Tigor
Currently, Tata Tigor EV is available in three variants including XE+, XM+ and XT+. The base trim XE+ is available at the price of Rs 13.09 lakh, the mid-range XM+ and top-spec XT+ are priced at Rs 13.26 lakh and Rs 13.41 lakh, respectively. Apparently, along with the launch of the facelift version, the price of the Tigor EV is expected to slightly increase. More details about the upcoming Tata Tigor EV will be revealed later.
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