Tata Tigor: In the recent 2018 Auto Expo, Indian automotive maker firm, Tata Motors debuted their latest model known as the Tigor EV electric sedan and also the Tiago EV concept. The presented Tigor EV was developed in the prime specification, XZ trim concept. Recently, IAB has received a grip of a certification record that exposes the trim range of the Tigor compact sedan’s electric modification. It is really an exciting news for all Tata Motor’s fans who were probably waiting for the specs of the presented concepts. So, without wasting much time, let’s have an overlook of the leaked information.
The company has developed the Tata Tigor EV in three trim levels variants which include XE, XM, and XT. When we come to the front innovations, the Tigor EV is expected to receive chrome strip on the grille present on the front, coupled-tone cabin, split LED tail lamps and LED stop lamp mounted for the rear windshield. The car has an amazing layout which will attract a huge range of customers. The company has used special technologies to develop the models.
The prime-spec trim of the car version is packed with mindblowing features which includes projector headlamps, 15-inch alloy wheels, electrically flexible ORVMs including LED turn indicators, automatic climate control, and touchscreen infotainment system. The company has used immense safety features for the latest model such as double front airbags, ABS along with EBD, parking sensors, and an efficient parking camera. There are many other features which will be revealed after the launch.
The Tata Tigor EV is packed with an electric motor which is capable of producing 40bhp of the peak power. The car’s electric engine is produced by Electra EV that extracts power via a powerful 216Ah battery. The battery will produce a speed limit of 130km including the highest speed of 100km/h. The batter of the car gets fully charged in less than six hours while using a standard charger. If charged with a fast charger, then it will get 80% of charge in about 90 minutes.
The company has previously originated the production of the Tigor EV to ESSL, although they have not revealed about the official release date of the electric sedan. Beforehand, the MD of the company, Guenter Butschekclaimed that the Tigor EVcan come early if there is huge buyer demand in the event. In order to decrease the level of pollution in India, the companies will shortly roll out the electric vehicles in the country. Currently, the company is busy with the production of Tigor and Tiago which were debuted in 2018 Auto Expo. The Tigor EV is expected to come in this year or maybe next year.