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New Tata Tiago EV- Most Affordable Electric Car In India That Runs 300KM On Single Charge

Shailesh Chandra, MD, Tata Passenger Electric Mobility: “The Tata Tiago EV has the potential to become the default car for every member of the family. Offers super-low cost of ownership & monthly savings of ₹ 6,500 over a petrol-engine car.0-60kph in 5.7sec & plenty of features.”The Tiago EV operates on two battery packs - one for long-distance and one for short drives. The 24kWh battery pack is trimmer than the Tigor EV’s 26kWH battery, but delivers a slightly better range at 315km, compared to the latter’s 306 km. One can select between ‘City’ and ‘Sport’ modes and the electric car (24kWh variants) can sprint from 0-60kmph in 5.7 seconds. The Tiago EV can be charged from 10 to 80 percent in just 57 minutes with a DC fast charger. This applies to both battery packs. With an AC 7.2kW fast charger, the 24kWh battery can be fully charged in 3 hours and 36 minutes, while the smaller battery takes 2.6 hours for the same.  Other than that, both battery packs can also be charged using a 3.3kW AC charger and a 15A socket. The battery pack and motor get a warranty of eight years/1.6 lakh km, whichever is earlier.  With dual airbags, rear parking sensors, i-TPMS, and cornering stability control, the electric Tiago boasts of earning four stars in the global NCAP crash test. The Tiago EV acquires cruise control, connected car technology with limited remote operation, and adjustable (four-level) regenerative braking from its ICE-powered version. Its Z-Connect tech gets remote geo-fencing, smartwatch connectivity, diagnostic reports, and on-phone/watch range and battery details. Tata's Tiago EV launched as the entry-level electric car offering will be available at an introductory price from ₹ 8.49 lakh to ₹ 11.79 lakh (ex-showroom) for the first 10,000 customers. Bookings for the Tiago EV will be open from October 10 2022, and the deliveries will commence from January 2023. There are no direct rivals for the Tiago EV. However, it will serve as a more affordable alternative for the upcoming Citroen C3 electric car.

EV Ultimo Team

28-09-2022

Anand Mahindra Reveals XUV400 EV & Here Are All Details

Anand Mahindra revealed the all-new 2022 Mahindra XUV400 EV as it made its world premiere in India this month. Its official launch will take place in January 2023, and pre-bookings and deliveries will also commence in the same month. Earlier, Mahindra & Mahindra held a large event in the UK to promote its forthcoming line of electric SUVs. Models like the XUV.e8 or XUV 800, XUV.e9 or XUV 900, and three further e-SUV concepts from its Born electric range were included.The Mahindra XUV400 is based on the XUV300 sub-compact SUV and shares design elements with the latter. However, it is longer in size and gets some outstanding visual elements. The XUV400 sports new bumpers, a closed grille, Mahindra’s twin peaks logo, new alloys, and a revised rear end. It is proposed in five colors – Arctic Blue, Everest White, Galaxy Grey, Napoli Black, and Infinity Blue.This electric SUV will take 50 minutes to complete 80 percent charging with a 50kW DC fast charger. When charged via a 7.2 kW/32A outlet, it will take 6 hours 30 minutes to attain 0 to 100 percent charge, and the same can be achieved in 13 hours using a standard 3.3 kW/16A domestic socket.The new Mahindra XUV400 gets a 39.4 kWh lithium-ion battery pack and is claimed to offer a driving range of 456 km on a single charge. The XUV400 is claimed to sprint from 0 to 100 kmph in 8.3 seconds and it has a top speed of 150 kmph. In July 2022, Reuters sources reported that South Korean battery maker LG Energy Solution would supply batteries to Mahindra's first electric SUV. According to the source, the batteries will power the Indian automaker's XUV400 SUVs.

EV Ultimo Team

17-09-2022

The New Nexon EV JET Edition Is Here With No Rival

Tata Motors presented another special edition of its SUV range in the country, known as the Jet Edition. The special edition is currently proposed with models including the Nexon, Nexon EV, Harrier, and Safari. According to Tata Motors, the Jet Edition models are inspired by Business Jets, to deliver a sense of affluence and indulgence.The first thing you notice in the Tata Nexon Jet Edition range (including the ICE and EV versions) is the exclusive dual-tone paint job in a unique shade of what Tata calls Starlight. The latter effectively incorporates an Earthy Bronze body color with a platinum silver roof. Relying on the lighting in the surroundings, one might even assume the roof to be finished in a white shade. The Dark Chrome EV badging, as the name suggests, is limited to the EV variant.Nexon Jet Edition, however, gets luxuries like ventilated seats, an electric sunroof with tilt function, air purifier with AQi display amongst others. Both, the ICE, as well as the EV variants of the Nexon Jet Edition get wireless charging located on the center console, positioned in front of the armrest. Some of these features were already found on Nexon’s other special edition models and top-spec XZ+ (P).  The Tata Nexon Jet Edition, offered in two variants, XZ+ (P) and XZA+ (P), is priced between ₹ 12.13 lakh to ₹ 14.08 lakh (ex-showroom), which means the special edition commands a premium of ₹ 13,000 over their standard equivalent models. Nexon Jet Edition is offered with both petrol and diesel options along with both manual and automatic options. Safari Jet Edition and Harrier Jet Edition are based on XZ+ trim. Harrier Jet Edition costs ₹ 52,000 over standard XZ+ owing to added disc brakes at the rear, while Safari Jet Edition is priced ₹ 30,000 more than regular XZ+ trim. Although there are rivals to the Nexon Jet Edition including the Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Toyota Urban Cruiser, and the Mahindra XUV300, there are no immediate rivals to the Nexon EV Jet Edition. The Nexon EV model will be available at 127bhp and 245Nm in the Prime trim and 141bhp and 250Nm in the Max trim.

EV Ultimo Team

09-09-2022

New EV Battery Standards To Come Into Effect From Oct 1

The road transport ministry has submitted additional safety provisions in the battery safety standards. Following the multiple fire incidents involving several EV players, the government formed an expert committee helmed by Tata Narsingh Rao, director of the International Advanced Research Centre for Powder Metallurgy and New Materials (ARCI), Hyderabad to advise additional battery safety requirements in the existing safety standards, being notified under the Central Motor Vehicles (CMV) Rules. The committee has been constituted with experts and scientists from the Defence Research and Development Organisation (DRDO), Indian Institute of Science (IISc), Bengaluru, and other institutions."Based on the recommendations of the expert committee report, the ministry on August 29, 2022, has issued amendment to AIS 156- Specific requirements for motor vehicles of L category with electric power train, and amendment 2 to AIS 038 Rev. 2 - Specific requirements for Electric Power Train of motor vehicles of M category and N category (motor vehicle with at least four wheels used for carrying goods which may also carry persons in addition to the goods)," the release said.Amendment 2 to AIS 156 is for specific requirements for L category motor vehicles, the ones with less than four wheels and quadricycles, with electric power trains. Amendment 2 to AIS 038 Rev. 2 is for exact requirements for electric power trains of M and N category motor vehicles, the ones with at least four wheels used for carrying passengers and the ones with at least four wheels used for carrying goods but may carry both persons and goods. The amendments include additional safety requirements related to battery cells, onboard chargers, the design of battery packs, and thermal propagation due to internal cell short circuits leading to a fire. The announcement to mandate amended standards for the respective categories of electric vehicles with effect from October 1, 2022, is in progress, the release said.

EV Ultimo Team

02-09-2022

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