Tata Tiago EV Gets New Features, But No Price Hike!

Abhay Singh
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Tata Tiago EV

According to media reports, two new features have been introduced in the electric hatchback car Tiago EV offered by Tata Motors. Has there been any change in the price of this Tata electric vehicle after the update? In which variant will these features be provided, and will customers benefit from getting these features? We are giving you this information in this news.

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New Features Added To Tata Tiago EV

According to reports, Tata Motors has added two new features to the hatchback car Tiago EV. These are the two new features brought by the company in this electric car. They include an auto-dimming IRVM and a front USB Type C charging port. Both these features have been offered in long-range variants.

In Which Trim Will The Features Be Available?

Front USB Type C charging port with fast charging has been provided in the long-range XZ Plus and XZ Plus Tech Lux trims of Tata’s Tiago EV. At the same time, the long-range XZ Plus Tech Lux trim will be provided with auto-dimming IRVM.

What Is The Range

In the long-range variant of the Tata Tiago electric car, the company provides a battery with a capacity of 24kWh. Its motor provides 55 kilowatts of power and 114 Newton meters of torque. Due to this, the car can be driven from zero to 60 kilometres per hour in 5.7 seconds.

How Much Is The Price

The company has introduced two new features to its electric hatchback car, but there has been no change in its price. The ex-showroom price of Tiago EV starts from Rs 7.99 lakh. The ex-showroom price of its top variant is Rs 11.89 lakh.

Who Are You Competing With?

Tata Motors’ Tiago electric hatchback car competes directly with Citroen’s EC3 and MG’s Comet EV in the Indian market.

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