He said that the company has many orders pending with the customers and efforts are being made to deliver them to the customers as soon as possible. The company is sourcing semiconductors and other critical equipment from different vendors to ramp up production. It is expected that by 2030, the demand for electric cars from Tata Motors will cross 30 per cent.
Experts believe that due to rising fuel prices, car customers are buying electric cars even at higher prices. Electric cars are expensive initially, but the cost of running them is much less than that of a petrol car. As a result, electric cars effectively reduce operating costs in the long run.
Tata Motors currently has three electric cars in its lineup which includes the Tata Nexon EV, Tigor EV and Tigor Express-T. The company recently revealed its new concept electric SUV, the Tata Curve, which is planned to be launched within the next two years.
The Tata Curve is a coupe-designed electric SUV with a sporty and aggressive design. The company will first launch it in the electric model, later it will also be launched in the petrol model. The company has expressed the possibility of launching Tata Curvv in the Indian market by the year 2024. With this electric SUV concept, the Indian car will introduce customers to a unique and sporty coupe body style, which is currently only seen in high-end luxury segment cars.
According to the information, Tata Curve can be driven up to 500 km on a full charge of one time. The front air back design of this car has been made very attractive. The LED headlights have been given in the front of the car in the triangle shape. There is a long chrome line on the bumper which connects both the ends. The taillamp of the car is also very different. It covers the entire boot door and has the Tata Motors branding in the middle. At present, the company has shared limited information about this electric SUV.
Tata Motors is currently the leading manufacturer in the electric car market with a share of 87 per cent in the EV segment. The company has so far taken more than 21,500 electric vehicles on the road. Tata Motors, along with other Tata group companies such as Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Auto Components, Tata Motors Finance and Croma, are working together to accelerate the penetration and adoption of electric vehicles in India through the Tata Universe ecosystem. Huh.
The Tata Nexon EV is the best selling electric model based on the company’s Ziptron technology. It uses a 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery pack, which is of IP67 standard and comes with waterproof feature. This SUV gives a drive range of 312 km on a full charge. The SUV is powered by a permanent magnet electric motor producing 129 bhp. This car can achieve 0-100 kmph in just 9.58 seconds.