The new Tata Tigor EV is said to have a range of 315 kilometers per charge, which is more than the previous model. Additional new features include multi-mode regenerative braking, leatherette upholstery, cruise control, and more in the Tigor EV. Tata Motors will also offer some of these features to customers who already own automobiles starting in December 2022. Follow Unmotivated World for the most recent news.
The cost and accessibility of the refreshed Goodbye Tigor EV car are currently accessible in India. (It starts at Rs 12.49 lakh (ex-showroom). Another first-in-class XZ+ Lux version of its entry-level electric vehicle, the e2o, is being added by Goodbye.
In addition, a brand-new color known as “Magnetic Red” is now included in Tata’s two color options, “Signature Teal Blue” and “Daytona Grey.”The battery and motor are still covered by Tata’s warranty, which is for 8 years and 160,000 kilometers.
The specifications of the new Tata Tigor EV
The new model has a range of 315 kilometers, which is 9 kilometers more than the previous model. The same electric motor and 26-kWh battery pack that generates 170 Nm of peak torque and 74 BHP of peak power make this possible. India’s cheapest EVs.
The new Tata EV has a four-level regenerative braking system, just like the twin Nexon EVs and the brand-new Tiago EV.iTPMS, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlights, cruise control, leatherette upholstery, a leather-wrapped steering wheel, Connect, connectivity for smartwatches, and a tire puncture kit are also included in the update. The cruise control is one of the other new features.
Tata will also combine some of the new features with existing ones. Beginning on December 20, 2022, all Tata Tigor owners will be eligible for a free upgrade that includes multi-mode regen, iTPMS, and a tire puncture kit. The higher-spec XZ+ and XZ+ dual-tone will both receive an upgrade to the smartwatch connection.