The electric model on the Tigor compact sedan could make its method to Tata Motors showrooms when the car or truck generates plenty of enjoyment amongst potential buyers.
The Mumbai-based enterprise, who is readying to deliver the entirely electric powered sedan on the government-owned Strength Performance Providers (EESL), has hinted which the car may be introduced to the personal buyer too.
Speaking exclusively to Moneycontrol Information Guenter Butschek, Running Director, Tata Motors explained,
An electric powered model of your Tiago was showcased by Tata Motors in September during the UK. The hatchback has a range of 100kms and a top speed of 135 km/hour.
Technology used on one can be used on the other individuals, that’s the advantage of this powertrain solution,” added Butschek.
The company was also testing the electrical edition from the Nano using the same drivetrain, a few months ago. However, firm officials have remained non-committal on the model’s commercial launch.
To date Tata Motors has not introduced any electric powered cars and trucks unlike M&M who already have three electric powered cars and trucks on offer.
Tata Motors, however, believes the Rs 1,120 crore EESL order has turbocharged its plans giving it a much desired push. The enterprise is preparing for a much bigger play during the electric vehicle space starting with an ‘announcement’ very soon.
“The EESL tender has brought us very powerfully from the electric powered mobility space and has effectively paved the way for a broader game in electrical mobility. We are about to launch a broader product portfolio with electric powered powertrain solutions.
Indian authorities has envisaged a absolutely electrical mobility scenario by 2030 in a desperate effort to reduce pollution, cut dependence on fossil fuel imports and generate employment.
However, a limited number of components are procured locally by corporations even as batteries, the biggest and most crucial part, remain absolutely imported.
“We have to make sure we now have sufficient capacity reserved with the suppliers who are partly located outside India.