Tata Motors is currently the best-selling electric brand in the country and is offering cars like the Tiago EV, Tigor EV and the Nexon EV in its EV portfolio
After launching the cars like the Tata Nexon EV in India, the Indian carmaker is now gearing up to launch as many as five new electric cars in the country to take on the other EV rivals. The brand will be launching five new electric cars in the next few years to further offer a more practical and VFM electric portfolio for the buyers.
1. Tata Punch EV
The Tata Punch is currently one of the most capable cars under Rs 10 lakh in the market and will be positioned above the Tiago EV. The Punch EV is also based on the Alpha platform and is likely to be offered with a more powerful powertrain. More details about the Punch EV are yet to be shared by Tata and we expect it to be offered as a capable, practical, and feature-rich offering in the country.
2. Tata Altroz EV
The upcoming Tata Altroz EV was first showcased at the Auto Expo 2020 and is likely to make its debut somewhere in 2023. The Altroz EV is expected to get Tata’s updated Ziptron powertrain and will get a claimed range of close to 400 km on a single charge. We might also see two powertrain options being offered with the Altroz EV. Tata will soon be sharing more details about this new electric premium hatchback.
3. Tata Curvv EV
The Tata Curvv EV was earlier showcased by Tata and will make its debut in India in 2024. The Curvv EV will be based on the same Tata X1 platform that underpins the Tata Nexon. The platform however will be modified to accommodate the new electric powertrains and will also offer a larger footprint.
The brand will soon be revealing the details about the new Curvv once the production-spec model enters its testing phase. The Curvv EV will be priced at around Rs 25-30 lakh (ex-showroom, Delhi).
4. Tata Avinya EV
The Tata Avinya EV concept was also showcased by the brand earlier and will be based on the brand’s new GEN 3 architecture. This new platform not only supports multiple body styles, but also offers a longer wheelbase and great flexibility to accommodate a large battery pack and electric motors. The production-spec version is likely to be introduced in the country somewhere in 2025 or early 2026.