Tata Tigor EV receives 9km extended range in its new update
Tata Tigor EV receives 9km extended range in its new update Tata

Updated Tata Tigor EV gets launched at ₹12.49 lakh

The Tata Tigor EV now gets an update with more range and new features

Tata Motors has been doubling down on updating its EV offerings, thanks to their massive popularity. First was the Nexon EV, which got a long-range version in the form of the Nexon EV Max, and the standard Nexon EV also received an update in the form of the Prime variant, which received more kit. Now the Tigor EV follows in the footsteps of the latter, with an updated variant being launched. The prices start from ₹12.49 lakh going all the way up to ₹13.75 lakh (ex-showroom), and the Tigor EV now gets more range and tweaks to the styling.

Tata Tigor EV gets a new Magnetic Red colour option with contrasting black roof
Tata Tigor EV gets a new Magnetic Red colour option with contrasting black roof Tata

Tata Tigor EV powertrain

The biggest upgrade that the Tiago has received is the increased range which stands at an ARAI claimed 315km, which is 9km more than the before. The new four-level regenerative braking helps to harness the energy generated during braking to charge the batteries. The Tigor EV gets the same 26kWh liquid-cooled battery pack as before, and the motor continues to produce the same outputs as before, at 74bhp of power and 170Nm of torque. Like before, the battery is also capable of charging from 0-80 per cent in just 60 minutes using a fast charger

Tata Tigor EV gets new leatherette seats and leather wrapped steering wheel
Tata Tigor EV gets new leatherette seats and leather wrapped steering wheelTata

Tata Tigor EV design and interior:

On the design front, the Tata Tigor EV remains the same identical to the earlier model, but you now get a new colour option called Magnetic Red. The update also brings a contrasting black roof design with it. In terms of changes to the interior, the Tigor EV now gets leatherette upholstery and a leather-wrapped steering. Other new features include cruise control, a tyre pressure monitoring system and smartwatch-integrated connectivity features. Existing Tigor EV customers will also get a free-of-cost software update starting December 20 that will include features such as multi-mode regenerative braking and iTPMS along with a tyre puncture repair kit.

Tata Tigor EV variants:

The Tata Tigor EV prices start at  ₹12.19 lakh for the entry-level XE variant while the mid-spec XT variant is priced at  ₹12.99 lakh. The XZ+ variant is priced at ₹13.49 lakh while the new top-spec XZ+ LUX variant which sits above the earlier XZ+ is priced at  ₹13.75 lakh which is  ₹50,000 more than the outgoing top spec variant. (All Prices ex-showroom India)

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