10 Tata Nexon EVs supplied to the Gujarat government

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Tata Motors 10 units have been delivered Tata Nexon EV To the government of Gujarat.The new Nexon electric vehicle fleet has served as Tata’s tender agreement And Energy Efficiency Services Limited (EESL). The Nexon electric car will be used by senior government officials associated with the Statue of Unity in Kaevadia, Gujarat. The handover ceremony was held on August 15.

  • Kaevadia in Gujarat will become India’s first pure electric vehicle city
  • Senior officials associated with the Statue of Unity will use Nexon electric cars
  • There are currently nearly 6,000 Nexon electric vehicles driving on Indian roads

Tata Electric Vehicles Issues Green Statement

Tata Motors has been very active in advocating the adoption of electric vehicles in the country. As part of the EESL tender won in 2017, the company has been supplying electric passenger vehicles to multiple government agencies and agencies to supply 10,000 electric vehicles.

Earlier last month, Tata also provided 14 units New Xpres-T Garden Reach Shipbuilders & Engineers in Kolkata. Tata Motors also cooperates with other companies of the Tata Group through the electric vehicle ecosystem called “Tata uniEVerse”, including Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Auto Parts, Tata Auto Finance and Croma, to promote electric Faster adoption of cars in India.

As for the Nexon EV itself, it is currently the best-selling electric passenger car in India, with a market share of nearly 70% in the fast-growing electric vehicle market. Currently, there are nearly 6000 Nexon electric vehicles driving on Indian roads.

Tata Nexon EV features

Nexon EV is equipped with a powerful and efficient 127 horsepower permanent magnet AC motor, powered by a large-capacity 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery. With high connectivity, it also provides 35 mobile application-based functions, from remote commands and vehicle tracking to driving behavior analysis, navigation and remote diagnosis.

The favorable factors for Nexon EV, in addition to its SUV appeal, are its orderly fundamentals and value-for-money price tag, which is more than 700,000 rupees lower than its nearest competitor. In the past year, Tata Motors has adjusted certain aspects of the vehicle after analyzing the driving behavior of several EV users, and has incorporated relevant customer feedback in its latest software update to enable Nexon EV The driving experience is smoother and the car is more user-friendly.

India’s upcoming Tata electric car

Tata will soon expand its electric passenger car product portfolio, launching Tata Tigor electric car in 2021 August 31, 2021. Supported by the company’s Ziptron technology, Tigor EV may be lower than Nexon EV’s price range of Rs 1,399-1685 lakh. This means that the upcoming Tigor EV will be the most affordable electric car that private buyers in India can buy.

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