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Tata Collabs With Lithium Urban Technologies To Bring Into Play 5k EVs

Every day, India makes progress toward its low-carbon emission and better-environment targets by shifting to a more sustainable method of transportation. Tata Motors has established a partnership with Lithium Urban Technologies in support of these future-preserving initiatives. Tata plans to deploy 5,000 Tata Electric XPRES-T EVs around the country, with employee commuting as a priority. The Expres-T will be supplied in stages, with the final 5,000 units due in 2023.

Tata Motors is the market leader in India for electric vehicles, with numerous carmakers waiting for the right time to enter the market. Tata currently sells the most electric cars in India, with an estimated market share of 87 percent in fiscal year 2022.

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Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director of Tata Motors said, “Targeted at mobility services, corporate and government fleet customers, the XPRES-T EV offers an optimal battery size, captive fast charging solution, which will ensure outstanding low cost of ownership in addition to safety and passenger comfort, making it a comprehensive and attractive proposition for fleet owners and operators.”

Also, the Founder & CEO of Lithium Urban Technologies said, “Our relationship with Tata Motors dates back to 2019 when we placed the first order for 500 vehicles. We are delighted that Tata Motors has brought to market a portfolio of vehicles that cater to the entire application spectrum of corporate and business travel needs.”

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In July 2021, the XPRES-T brand was created solely to serve the needs of fleet clients. The XPRES-T Electric Sedan is the brand’s debut vehicle, and it comes in two versions, with a driving range of 213 km and 165 km, respectively, according to ARAI certification under test conditions. The battery packs are 21.5 kWh and 16.5 kWh, respectively, with charging times of 110 minutes and 90 minutes (0-80%). In contrast to its fast charging, we can charge it easily with a 15A plug.

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