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Tata Tiago EV Launched in India

Tata Tiago EV Launch in India. Tata Tiago EV is the country’s smallest and most affordable mass market EV. The Tata Tiago EV is offer in XE, XT, XZ+, and XZ+ Tech Lux variants.

The base variant can be opt with the smaller battery pack only, while rest of the variants do get both the options.

As Tata Motors is gearing up to drive in a range of models across multiple price points as it expects the portfolio to account for more than 30% of its overall sales by the end of this decade.

The home-grown auto major also aims to keep investing on new models with conventional (petrol, diesel) and CNG powertrains as it expects the demand to remain robust even after 2030.

Price in India

Price3.3kW AC7.2kW AC
XE 19.2kWhRs 8.49 lakh
XT 19.2kWhRs 9.09 lakh
XT 24kWhRs 9.99 lakh
XZ+ 24kWhRs 10.79 lakhRs 11.29 lakh
XZ+ Tech Lux 24kWhRs 11.29 lakhRs 11.79 lakh

The Tiago EV comes in five colour shades, out of which two are new.

  • Teal Blue (New)
  • Tropical Mist (New)
  • Pristine White
  • Daytona Grey
  • Midnight Plum

The prices are introductory and will be available only for the first 10,000 customers.

Bookings for the EV will be open from 10th October 2022 and the deliveries will commence from January 2023.

For Tata Tiago EV XT variant, the premium is around Rs 90,000.

If you want the 7.2kW AC charger with your Tiago EV, you’ll have to shell out Rs 50,000 more.

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Compare to the regular top-spec Tiago AMT, the base-spec Tiago EV demands Rs 68,000 more. 

Mechanical Specifications

The Tiago EV does get some EV-specific visual elements like the close off grille, blue inserts, new design for the wheels, new colours, and the ‘EV’ badging.

Tata Tiago EV doesn’t carry any differences compare to the ICE-power Tiago. 

The Tata Tiago EV dashboard has the blue inserts and you also get the ‘Tri-arrow’ elements on the new leatherette seats.

The cabin looks identical to the regular Tiago. 

The Tiago EV gains automatic headlamps, cruise control, connected car technology with limited remote operation, rain-sensing wipers, and regenerative braking over its ICE-powered version.

Tata Tiago EV Z-Connect tech gets remote geo-fencing, smartwatch connectivity, diagnostic reports, and on phone/watch range and battery details. 

The Tata Tiago EV continues with features such as a seven-inch touchscreen system, Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, an eight-speaker sound system, automatic AC, push-button start-stop, cooled glove box and a digital instrument cluster. 

Tata Tiago EV comes with dual airbags, rear parking sensors, i-TPMS and cornering stability control.

Like the Tigor EV, the electric Tiago gets four stars in the global NCAP crash test. 

Battery (capacity)24kWh19.2kWh
Claimed Range315 Kms (MIDC estimated)250 Kms (MIDC estimated)
Electric Motor Power75PS61PS

The Tiago EV uses two battery packs, one for your long distance drives and one for the short runabouts.

The 24kWh battery pack is smaller than the Tigor EV’s 26kWH battery, but offers a slightly better range at 315km, compare to the latter’s 306 km. 

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You can choose between ‘City’ and ‘Sport’ modes and the EV (24kWh variants) can sprint from 0-60kmph in 5.7 seconds.

With adjustable (four-level) regenerative braking, the driving range can further be improved. 

Charging Time24kWh19.2kWh
DC fast charging57 minutes57 minutes
7.2kW fast AC charger3.6 hours2.6 hours
3.3kW AC charger6.4 hours5.1 hours
15A socket8.7 hours6.9 hours

You can charge the Tiago EV from 10% to 80% in just 57 minutes with a DC fast charger.

This applies to both battery packs.

With an AC 7.2kW fast charger, the 24kWh battery can be fully charge up in three hours and 36 minutes, and the smaller battery takes 2.6 hours for the same. 

Both battery can also be charge using a 3.3kW AC charger and a 15A socket.

The battery pack and motor get a warranty of eight years/1.6 lakh km, whichever is earlier. 

With the launch of Tiago EV, Tata Motors is scaling up its electric sales network in the country to 165 cities from 90 locations currently to cater to expect increase in demand.

Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Managing Director Shailesh Chandra said the auto major is deploying a three-pronged architecture approach for electric vehicles to come up with a portfolio of ten products in five years.

Tata will have products based out of its existing nameplates as well as all new ground-up models to cater to changing requirements of customers, Shailesh Chandra added.

Shailesh Chandra Said :

“We will have a portfolio of products starting from Tiago EV and also go beyond Nexon, so we will have these ten products at different price points,”.

There might be an electric product between Tiago and Nexon as well, Shailesh Chandra hint.

“Everything will come in a space of say one to two products every year,”.

“Having pioneered the EV market in India, we now believe that it is the right time to fast forward the ongoing revolution towards the future of mobility by introducing vehicles which will encourage rapid adoption of EVs,”.

Currently, Nexon EV sales stand at 3,000-3,500 units per month while Tigor EV dispatches are in the range of 1,000-13,00 units, roughly accounting for 20-25% of the overall sales across both brands.

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Tata may also look at separate service network for the electric models going ahead.

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