Tata tigor EV launched with updates in range and features, know price

Tata has launched the updated Tigor EV starting at Rs 12.49 lakh and up to Rs 13.75 lakh. This update brings additional features, a longer range, and the introduction of two new variants.

Updated Tata Tigor EV prices

  • XE Rs 12.49 lakh
  • XT Rs 12.99 lakh
  • XZ+ Rs 13.49 lakh
  • XZ+ Lux Rs 13.75 lakh

The updated Tigor EV brings features from the Nexon EV

The Tigor’s biggest update is its range of 315km, which is 9km more than the outgoing model. Tata has also brought new features to the Tigor that were previously only available on the Nexon EV Max and Nexon EV Prime. Chief among these additional features is the multi-mode regeneration function with automatic brake lamp activation, which switches the brake lights during regeneration.

Like the Nexon EV Prime and Max, the Tigor EV has level 0 blocking regeneration and level 3 the strongest level 4 regenerative braking. This helps to recharge the battery while on the move, especially in traffic or downhill, thus increasing effective driving range. Other new features of the Tigor EV include cruise control, an indirect tire pressure monitoring system via a smartphone app, and integrated smartwatch connectivity.

Previously, Tata Motors rolled out these new software-based features for free to Nexon EV owners. Tata is doing the same for existing Tigor EV customers.

The updated Tata Tigor EV gets new variants and more gear

The Tigor EV XT model replaces the Tigor EV XM and offers additional features such as a 7.0-inch touchscreen and steering-mounted controls. The XT model is priced at Rs 12.99 lakh. The Tigor EV XZ+ now features cruise control, rain sensing wipers and automatic headlamps and costs Rs 13.49 lakh. Tata also added a new top-spec XZ+ Lux model that comes with a contrast black roof, leatherette upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering wheel. The price of this variant is Rs 13.75 lakh.

Updated Tata Tigor EV: Battery and Powertrain Details

The updated Tigor EV continues with the same powertrain introduced last year. It uses Tata’s advanced Ziptron high-voltage architecture with a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor producing 75hp and 170Nm. This allows the Tigor EV to sprint from 0 to 60 kph in 5.7 seconds (claimed).

The Tigor EV’s battery pack is a 26 kWh lithium-ion unit, rated for IP67 water and dust protection standards along with an electric motor. The Tigor EV is fast-charging capable and can go from 0% to 80% in just 60 minutes. In terms of warranty, Tata also offers an 8-year/1,60,000km warranty on the battery and motor.

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