The domestic automaker Tata Motors is ready to launch
the electric model of the Tata Tiago
in the coming months. The company has taken this decision to make its portfolio
of environmentally friendly vehicles stronger.
The Tiago EV will be the third car of the company in
the electric segment after the launch of the Tata Tigor and Nexon. The carmaker
announced to launch of both EVs on the occasion of World EV Day. Currently, the
Tata Nexon and Tigor EVs are serving
the personal industry. On the other hand, the Xpres T is working in the fleet
Furthermore, Tata Motors has claimed that it will
launch a total of ten electric vehicles. These cars will be from various price
ranges, body styles, and segments. Indian buyers will be able to see these cars
in the market within the next five years.
The Managing Director of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles, Shailesh Chandra, said that the
company is set to expand its EV portfolio. It will come up with new
interventions in the coming future to carry forward the green policies.
Earlier, the manufacturing firm also displayed its three-pronged approach to designing
a complete EV portfolio.
The carmaker has planned to provide all EV benefits to
its customers by making the technology more accessible. They are looking
forward to introducing the experience of a silent cabin and easy drive at a low
The main goal of the company is to make India a hub of
electric vehicles. Chandra mentioned that Tata Motors claims that its
establishment principles include TPG Rise Climate, which offers unique mobility
solutions. TPEM aims to support the green vision of the government to have a 30
percent penetration of electric vehicles in the automobile sector by 2030.
Currently, Tata Motors is dominating the Indian EV
market with a share of around 88 percent. It managed to shape the market with
the early entry of the theTataTigorEV
and the Nexon EV. Chandra stated that, as of now, 40,000 Tata electric vehicles
are traveling on Indian roads. The company is likely to reveal further
specifications and price details in the coming months.