Tata Motors will be rolling out the Tigor EV Facelift soon in the Indian market. A test mule of the same has been photographed while it was being run on Indian roads. The model has drawn heavy inspiration from the Tigor facelift which was launched last year. The upcoming model will be launched in two different variants – Normal as well as Extended range.
If we talk about styling, the Tata Tigor EV will be decked up with blue highlights. There will be an enclosed grille and tri-arrow pattern. The charging socket will be kept safely in the grille. The cabin has been designed by taking cues from the standard Tigor.
The model will most probably be offered with two different battery packs – a 21.5 kWh and 16.2kWh. A 70V 3 phase induction motor will be part of the powertrain system. The engine will be able to churn up power worth 41bhp and 105Nm. The extended model will be receiving an ARAI certified range of 213km. And the standard model will offer a range of 165 km. This is about 22 km higher than the outgoing model of Tigor EV.
The extended range battery will be using a standard charger. It can be charged completely in about 11.5 hours. The battery can be charged up to 80% in two hours by using a fast charger. The battery of the standard model can be fully charged in about 8 hours with the help of a standard charger. It will be charged up to 80% in about 1.5 hours by using a fast charger.
The base variant will be receiving features like ABS, dual airbags, automatic climate control, rear parking sensors, a Harman sourced audio system paired with Bluetooth connectivity and 14-inch steel wheels. There will be two driving modes for the sedan – Sport and Eco. The XT variant will receive 14-inch alloy wheels. There will be powered ORVMs, body-colored door handles, and a remote locking system.