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Tata Tiago EV: The Most Affordable EV Car Launched in India, Check Range, Price & More

Tata Motors introduced the Tiago EV in the country tomorrow, with introductory prices starting at Rs 8.49 lakh (ex-showroom). The model is available in four variants, across five colors and two battery pack options.

Shruti Kandwal
Tata offers two different battery packs for the Tiago EV.
Tata offers two different battery packs for the Tiago EV.

Tata Motors has finally introduced the Tiago EV, their smallest electric vehicle, to the Indian market. Price ranges for the all-electric hatchback start at Rs. 8.49 lakh and go up to Rs. 11.79 lakh (both prices, ex-showroom). This makes it the cheapest electric vehicle in the Indian market.

Look at the Tiago EV's variations and their pricing:

 

Variant

 

Battery Pack

 

Charging Option

 

Ex-showroom Price

 

XE

 

19.2 kWh

 

 

3.3 kW

 

 

Rs 8.49 lakh

 

XT

 

19.2 kWh

 

 

3.3 kW

 

 

Rs 9.09 lakh

 

XT

 

24 kWh

 

 

3.3 kW

 

 

Rs 9.99 lakh

 

XZ+

 

24 kWh

 

 

3.3 kW

 

 

Rs 10.79 lakh

 

XZ+ Tech Lux

 

24 kWh

 

 

3.3 kW

 

 

Rs 11.29 lakh

 

XZ+

 

24 kWh

 

 

7.2 kW

 

 

Rs 11.29 lakh

 

XZ+ Tech Lux

 

24 kWh

 

 

7.2 kW

 

 

Rs 11.79 lakh

 

Keep in mind that these introductory rates only apply to the first 10,000 clients.

Tata offers two different battery packs for the Tiago EV. A 3.3 kW AC charger is provided with the 19.2 kWh battery pack variants, whereas a 7.2 kW AC charger is supplied with the 24 kWh battery pack variants. The larger battery is said to have a range of 315 km, whereas the 19.2 kWh battery would give the car a range of 250 km on a single full charge. According to Tata, the car can go from 0 to 60 kmph in under 5.7 seconds.

A DC fast charger can charge the battery from 10% to 80% in 57 minutes, while the 7.2 kW charger can charge it to 100% in 3 hours and 36 minutes. A touchscreen infotainment system, electric ORVMs, cruise control, push-button start/stop, leatherette seats, auto headlights, and many more features are included in the Tiago EV.

Speaking of differences in appearance from the ordinary Tiago, the Tiago EV gets new alloy wheels to help with efficiency along with a blue trim around the fog light housing, on the front grille, and around the EV badging on the front fenders. Inside, and around the AC vents, there are blue accents as well.

The Tata Tiago EV currently has no direct competitors in the Indian market. However, Citroen is prepared to introduce the C3's all-electric version in the country, competing with the Tata EV.

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