The Tata Tigor EV is set to get a facelift soon and another name. The refreshed electric vehicle is set to get styling changes in accordance with the facelifted Tigor. Which was launched a year ago and be rebadged as the Tata X Pres-T EV. The X Pres T EV will be offered in normal and extended range spec – the last with a greater battery – with costs of Rs 12.90 lakh (ex-showroom).
Tata X Pres-T EV Design
As referenced over, the X Pres-T EV will get similar corrective changes as the facelifted Tigor compact sedan. The EV, however, will get extraordinary touches, for example, the blue highlights and an encased grille with the tri-arrow design. Also, the charging attachment is presently situated in the grille as on some other EV’s in the country.
The X Pres-T EV’s cabin will likewise be aligned with the standard Tigor. With eminent contrasts being the blue highlights and the charge meter instead of the conventional rpm measure.
Tata X Pres-T EV: Engine and Battery
The X Pres-T EV will be accessible with two battery packs – a 16.2kWh pack in the normal and 21.5kWh in the all-inclusive reach model. The batteries power a 70V 3 phase induction motor putting 30kW (41hp) and 105Nm of force – alike from the pre-facelifted Tigor EV. Tata motors guarantee an indistinguishable 213km range (ARAI) for the revived extended-range model. The standard EV presently offers a guaranteed 165km range– up from 143km on the active Tigor EV. And the top speed is restricted to 80kph.
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Concerning charging, the all-inclusive reach model can be charged from 0-100% in 11.5 hours from a standard charger, however, a quick charger can renew the battery from 0-80 percent in 2 hours. The standard model requires 8 hours and 1.5 hours, individually.
Tata X Pres-T EV Variants And Prices
The X Pres-T EV will be accessible in two variations with every battery pack. XM and XT on the standard and XM+ and XT+ on the all-encompassing range version, with the ‘+’ signifying the bigger battery. The X Pres-T EV XM+ is priced at Rs 12.90 lakh, while the XT+ costs Rs 13.05 lakh.
The XM variations pack in dual airbags, ABS, rear parking sensors, LED tail lights, 14-inch steel wheels, Eco and Sport drive modes, auto environment control, power windows, and a Harman-sourced sound framework with Bluetooth availability.
The higher XT variations include 14-inch alloy wheels, controlled wing mirrors, remote locking, and body-colored door handles and wing mirrors.
The previously accessible entry-level XE trim has been dropped from the line-up. The facelifted Tigor EV will have no direct compition.