Take a look at the pricing wise of the Tiago EV variants –
|Difference||Battery||Charging option||Factory price|
|CAR||19.2 kWh||3.3 kw||Rs 8.49 lakhs|
|X||19.2 kWh||3.3 kw||Rs 9.09 lakhs|
|X||24 kWh||3.3 kw||Rs 9.99 lakhs|
|XZ +||24 kWh||3.3 kw||Rs 10.79 lakhs|
|XZ + Tech Lux||24 kWh||3.3 kw||11.29 Rs lakh|
|XZ +||24 kWh||7.2 kw||11.29 Rs lakh|
|XZ + Tech Lux||24 kWh||7.2 kw||11.79 Rs lakh|
Please note that this is an introductory price for the first 10,000 customers only.
Tata is offering the Tiago EV with two different battery packs. The smaller 19.2 kWh battery pack variants are offered with a 3.3 kW AC charger, while the larger 24 kWh battery pack variants have a 7.2 kW AC charger. The 19.2 kWh battery pack will give the car a range of 250 km on a full charge, while the larger battery pack is said to offer a range of 315 km. Tata claims that the car can sprint from 0 to 60 km/h in just 5.7 seconds!
The 7.2 kW charger can fully charge the battery in 3 hours and 36 minutes, while the DC fast charger can charge the battery from 10 to 80% in 57 minutes. In terms of features, the Tiago EV has a touchscreen infotainment system, electric ORVM, cruise control, push-button start/stop, faux leather seats, automatic headlights, etc.
Speaking of design changes compared to the standard Tiago, the Tiago EV features blue trim on the front grille, around the fog lamp housings, EV badging on the front fenders, as well as new alloy wheels to help improve performance. Blue accents can be seen on the inside around the AC vents.
Present, Tata Tiago EV There is no direct competitor in the Indian market. However, Citroen is getting ready to launch an all-electric C3 in the country tomorrow, which will be a competitor to the Tata EV.