Tata Motors has officially launched the rebranded Tigor EV Xpres-T in the Xpres industry in India. Electric car prices start at rupees. 9.54 Rakı goes up to Rs. 106,400 rupees.
The first product launched under the brand is the re-badged Tiger EV called Xpres-TEV.
Tata Motors officially launched the first electric sedan, the Xpres-TEV, after announcing the Xpres brand in July this year. Only available to fleet customers. The Xpres-T is essentially a rebranded Tiger EV, priced from 9.54 larks to 10.64 larks (with FAME subsidies). Under this brand, Indian automakers sell vehicles for the taxi segment, including both internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles and electric vehicles (EV).
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The prices for each variant of Tata Xpres-TEV are as follows:
|Range option||variant||Net price with FAME subsidy|
|Xpres-T 165||XM||￡ 9.54 Rakı|
|Xpres-T 165||XZ||£ 10.04 Easy|
|Xpres-T 213||XZ +||£ 10.14 Rakı|
|Xpres-T 213||XZ +||£ 10.64 Rakı|
The electric vehicle is offered in four variations with two trims, the Xpres-T165 and the Xpres-T213. The company previously stated that all vehicles in the fleet segment will carry the new Xpres badge to distinguish them from privately sold passenger cars. Buyer. In addition, automakers are targeting mobility services, corporate and government fleet customers with electric sedans.
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The all-new Xpres-T comes with a revised front section with an updated grille along with new headlamps. It also has electric blue accents on the inside and outside to distinguish it from its ICE counterparts. Inside, the electric vehicle features a premium black-themed interior with premium fabric seats. The e-sedan is also equipped with a 2.5-inch driver information system, automatic climate control, ABS with EBD, dual airbags, rear parking sensor, automatic door locks, seatbelt reminders and more. The electric sedan provides 255 liters of trunk space.
Electric subcompact sedans are available in two range options, 213km and 165km (ARAI certified range under test conditions). The former comes with a 21.5kWh battery pack and the latter comes with a 16.5kWh battery. According to the car manufacturer, EVs can be charged from 0 to 80% in 90 and 110 minutes, respectively) using fast charging), or can usually be charged from any 15A plug point.
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The TataXpres-T electric sedan is now available for fleet customers. Prices start at rupees. 9.54 Rakı
Source link The TataXpres-T electric sedan is now available for fleet customers. Prices start at rupees. 9.54 Rakı