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Tata Nexon EV price hiked by Rs 25,000, know what is the new price

Let us tell you that it is running at number one in sales and is getting large orders of Nexon EV from private customers as well as government and corporate. Recently the company delivered 101 electric vehicles to private customers under the Aurangabad Green Mobility Mission. The electric cars delivered by Tata Motors included 70 Nexon EVs. This is the first batch of 250 electric cars to be delivered by Tata Motors.

The company holds 87 percent share in the Indian electric car market and has sold more than 21,500 electric cars so far. In an effort to make electric vehicles more accessible to all, Tata Motors is working closely with Tata Group companies including Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Auto Components, Tata Motors Finance and Croma.

The Tata Nexon EV is the company’s first electric SUV. It gives an ARAI certified range of 312 kms on full charge. It uses a high performance permanent-magnet electric motor that generates power of 129 bhp. It is an AC motor, powered by a high capacity 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery.

Nexon EV with a market share of 86.67% (11 million, FY22), comes with the best dust and waterproof battery pack in the EV industry, which meets IP67 standards. In addition, it offers 35 mobile app based connected features ranging from remote commands, vehicle tracking to driving behavior analytics, navigation and remote diagnostics.

Tata is bringing new electric vehicle

The first phase of Tata’s EV strategy began long before the formation of TPEML with the Nexon EV. Instead of developing a revolutionary new EV, which could take years and customers might not be ready for it, Tata Motors took the quick and easy route of pure conversion of an IC engine car into an EV.

The Tata Nexon’s X1 platform was barely modified and the electric motor and battery pack were simply fitted with whatever space was available. The electrification of a familiar model was also a way for customers to assimilate and adjust to this new technology and come up with the value proposition of the EV. TPEML is also working on a larger, coupe version of the Tata Nexon EV based on the same X1 platform.

While an ICE to EV conversion reduces the time taken to develop and launch a battery electric model, on the other hand it comes with its drawbacks. Since the architecture is originally designed around a combustion engine, space must be made elsewhere in the cabin for the battery pack, without changing the rigid points of the vehicle’s structure.

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