Electric Vehicles

Tata Tigor EV Sedan with Ziptron technology now launched in Nepal

Written by AnantaSaranNayak

Tata Motors has launched the All-New Tigor EV sedan in Nepal. Under the partnership with Sipradi Trading, Nepal will get its first-ever electric sedan. Starting today, the deliveries of the Tigor EV will start in the country. Tata Motors has been increasingly expanding its presence in the hilly country. It has already launched the electric Nexon, which is witnessing a positive response.

Tata Tigor EV – Price

Prices for the Tigor EV in Nepal start from NPR 29.99 lakhs, which is for the Tigor EV XE trim. Second, on the list is the Tigor EV XM which gets a sticker price of NPR 31.49 lakhs and the most premium offering is the Tigor EV XZ+, which retails at NPR 32.99 lakhs. Tata Motors is playing a major role in expanding the EV segment in Nepal.

What Is The Tigor EV?

Tigor EV gets a certified ARAI range of 306 km, as per ideal testing standard. The figure is quite appreciable for normal Intracity usage. Powering the sedan is a 26-kWh liquid-cooled, high energy density battery pack. The power output reads as 55 kW and a peak torque of 170 Nm. To further add to the customer’s convenience, the sedan gets an eight-year and 1,60,000 km warranty. The equipped battery is an Impact-Resistant Battery Pack, and hence the Tigor EV complies with AIS – 048 standards for nail penetration at the cell level.

Furthermore, based on a proven platform with a rear crash suited structure, the car is compatible with globally acceptable CCS2 charging. And hence customers can enjoy fast charging as well as slow charging from any 15A socket. In addition to this, Tata Motors also claims superior driving dynamics and balanced suspension for sharper handling. Other key features include electrically adjustable and foldable ORVMs, a smart key with a push-button start, a portable charging cable, etc. Being an electric, one can expect a very silent cabin. In areas like interiors and seating, the sedan scores highly as well.

Also Read: Kerala State Electricity Board orders 60 Tigor EVs & 5 Nexon EVs from Tata Motors.