Tata Tigor EV: Will Tata buy this new electric car ?
One by one, various car manufacturers in the Indian market are bringing their own electric model cars. Many people are showing interest in electric vehicles these days, given the growing environmental pollution and the upcoming ban on the sale of fossil fuel-powered cars. Now the point is that if you buy an electric car from a company, you can benefit from features and other things along with reading. Many who are skeptical about this have to be nervous about making the right decision. Or there are instances of being misled by the officials of an organization that is too busy to prioritize its own profit. So if you know the details of the car model of your choice in advance, it is quite an advantage. Today in this report we will tell you the pros and cons of Tata Tigor EV.
The car has recently been launched in the Indian market. There has already been a mixed reaction to the Tata Tiger EV. Tigor EV is based on the 2020 Tigor facelift version. The car is available in three variants – XE, XM and XZ +. The car can be booked from Tata’s official website or any authorized showroom for Rs 21,000. The advantages and disadvantages of the car are discussed in detail below –
Advantages of Tata Tigor EV
1) Tata Tiger EV car has a brilliant design. Notable among its smart features are projector headlights, new fog lamps, LED day runtime lamps or DRLs, 14-inch wheels and new LED taillamps.
2) The cabin of the car packed with sophisticated features has a digital instrument cluster, an 8-inch infotainment system with Apple CarPlay and Android Auto technology-enriched, advanced iRA system. There are also many more features available in this car
3) The updated Tiger EV will be matched with Tata Motors’ Ziptron EV technology, which will give a range of 306 km on a single charge with improved performance.
4) The electric sedan car comes with a 26 kWh lithium ion battery. It also has a maximum power of 63 bhp and a maximum torque of 160 Nm. It only takes 5.6 seconds to accelerate from 0 to 100 km per hour.
5) Global NCAP has given the car a four star rating for the protection of adults and children. It has other safety features like technology like ISOFIX mounts dual airbags, ABS and EVD.
Disadvantages of Tata Tigor EV
1) Where the company claimed that the range of the Tata Tiger EV car on a single charge is 306 km, in reality it has been seen that if the car is driven in continuous sport mode then the range is 210 km.
2) Its steering is quite light, which can cause inconvenience to the driver.
3) In terms of safety, it gets four stars, but it has a lap belt for the middle passengers only. It also lacks the Electronic Stability Control (ESC) feature.
4) While using the public DC fast charger, the battery of this Tata electric car can be charged from 0 to 60 percent in just 1 hour, while the battery takes more than 8.5 hours to charge the home AC charger.
5) Since the infrastructure of electric charging stations in India is not yet so advanced, due to its short range, you have to plan ahead to travel to a distant destination.