Tata Nano EV: Tata Nano is returning with a different avatar, these things came to the fore

Tata Nano EV: Tata Nano is returning with a different avatar, these things came to the fore

Tata Nano EV Car Launch Date in India: Tata’s Nano may return again in a different avatar. Its electric version can be brought.

Tata Nano EV Car Launch Date in India: With the BS6 emission norms coming into force in April 2020, Tata Motors has discontinued the Nano small car and the Safari Storme SUV in the country. Claimed to be the cheapest car in the world, the Sips failed to boost sales for the carmaker in the country. The car rolled off its production line in May 2018.

The small hatchback was offered with a 624cc twin-cylinder petrol engine that was good for 38bhp and 51Nm. Power was sent to the rear wheels through a 4-speed manual or AMT gearbox. According to a recent media report, the homegrown automaker may consider relaunching the Tata Nano with an electric drive. Significant changes can be seen in the underpinning, suspension setup and tires of the Tata Nano EV.

The report further states that the automaker may resume talks with the Tamil Nadu government to acquire Ford’s Maraimalainanagar plant if the Tata Nano EV plan reaches the production stage. It is to be noted that there is no official word on the Tata Nano electric car.

Tata Electric Cars

Currently, the company sells three electric cars in India – Tigor EV, Xpres-T and Nexon EV. Recently, Tata announced the prices of the Tiago EV which starts at Rs 8.49 lakh and goes up to Rs 11.79 lakh.

Deliveries of the electric hatchback will begin in January 2023. The Tata Tiago EV is offered with two lithium-ion batteries – 19.2 kWh and 24 kWh, which promise a range of 250 km and 315 km (MIDC).

The electric hatch features Tata Ziptron high-voltage technology, which includes a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor producing 61 PS/110 Nm with the smaller battery and 74 PS/114 Nm with the larger battery.

charging options

The Tiago EV comes with three charging options. 1st 50 kW DC fast charger (80 in 57 mins), 2nd 7.2 kW AC fast charger (2 hrs 35 mins – 19.2 kWh & 3 hrs 35 mins – 24 kWh) and 3rd 3.3 kW home charger (5 hrs 5 mins to 100 kWh) % – Battery 19.2 kWh/ 6 hours 20 minutes – Battery 24 kWh).

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