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Tata Motors Launches First Electric Hatch Tiago.ev

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Tata Motors Launches First Electric Hatch Tiago.ev

Tata Motors is currently spearheading the transition to electric mobility in India. Its latest EV launch is the Tata Tiago.ev, a stunning car with best-in-class features and fresh designs to wow the Indian EV market. Tata received over 10,000 bookings in a single day and will start delivering from January next year. The prices begin from Rs. 8.49 lakhs exclusively for the first 10,000 customers. The booking charge is Rs. 21,000 and bookings are made through any registered Tata dealership or online.

The Tiago.ev is fully automatic, seats 5, charges in 2.6 hours, has a 19.2 kWh battery capacity, and a range of 250 km and 315 km, depending on which battery the buyer selects. The most attractive features are a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment unit, rain-sensitive wipers, projector headlamps, automatic climate control, cruise control, a Harman sound system, and regenerative braking. Tata hasn’t forgotten to include the safety measures like brake control, rear-view camera, dual front airbags, and even TPMS (Tyre Pressure Monitoring System). It comes in 7 variants to give customers an exciting range of options.

Mr. Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd., described its functioning and said, “It comes with two options of battery packs and four different charging solutions, enabling customers to choose the combination that best serves their mobility needs. With its thrilling yet easy-to-drive experience amidst a luxurious ambiance, the Tiago.ev is likely to become the favorite car of every family member.”

The Tiago.ev uses Tata’s Ziptron technology which is known for its effectiveness in the Indian climate conditions. An electric hatchback with highly functional features, luxurious interior layout, and ‘Made in India,’ Tata Tiago.ev provides the ultimate driving experience suited for India’s diverse terrains.

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