2021 Tata Tigor Ziptron technology-based EV spotted at the dealership without camouflage and showcases moreover 350Km range in a single charge.
- 2021 Tata Tigor EV spotted at dealership ahead of its launch
- Tigor EV likely to have over 350km range in a single charge
- Tata Tigor EV comes with 300 V permanent motor pack coupled with 26 KWh lithium-ion battery pack
Tata Motors India is all set to launch its new electric vehicle powered by a Ziptron technology after Nexon EV. Ahead of its official launch on 31st August 2021, Tigor EV has been spotted at a dealership without camouflage showcasing its design and most importantly the images show here partially revealed that the Sedan could get over 350 Km plus range in a single charge. As it is shown in leaked image of cluster showcased 59% remaining battery and driving range of 204 Km.
Apart from the leaked images, it features a blue accent on a front grille, bumper, and alloy wheels. The front grille which works as an air dam for IC-powered engines is closed and it gets the EV badging on front and rear profiles. Although, the rest of the exterior highlights remains the same as ongoing models. The dealerships spy spots also revealed some part of the interior, which is the same as the regular model with few subtle changes like blue accent on AC vents center console and gear is replaced by Single dial automatic gearbox system.
As for under the hood specification Tata Tigor EV comes powered with a 300 V permanent magnet electric motor which comes coupled with a 26 KWh lithium-ion battery pack, which is good enough to generate 74.78 PS of maximum power and 170 Nm of peak torque respectively. The electric motor and battery pack are IP67 waterproof and comes with 8 years or 1,60,000 Km warranty on them. As for the charging time period, the regular AC charger takes up to 8.5 hours for a full charge and via fast charger, it takes only 60 minutes to full charge.