Tata Motors is a company that provides their vision. Under the skilled Ratan Tata, Tata Motors has achieved a lot in India. Tata launched the Indica in 1998 which was the first indigenously made car in India. Such a good car, it has revolutionized the history of Indian automotive.Tata Electric Car
In 2008 Ratan Tata’s vision was implemented in the form of Tata Nano which was the cheapest manufacturing car in the world. Tata Nexon has a fair share of Tata Motor’s legacy as it is the first Indian car to score 5-stars in the Global NCAP crash test. Now, Tata Motors seems to have achieved a legacy in terms of electrical mobility with the Nexon EV and Nexon EV Max.
Tata Electric Car :
Tata Electric Car Waiting Period Mahindra has tried unsuccessfully to capture the EV market in India with polarizing products like E2o, E2o Plus and eVerito. Tata Motors has started its EV journey through official tenders and fleet owners through the Tigor EV. Then it launched the Nexon EV with decent performance and range and it was an overall good round product.
It was so good that it soon became the best-selling electric car in the country. Tata Motors, the best-selling EV maker in India. Today, Tata Motors has sold 4 electric cars. These are Nexon EV, Nexon EV Max, Tigor EV and XpresT. The first three are for the passenger market, and the next for the commercial section only. Depending on the variant and city, the waiting period is extended to 4 months.Tata Electric Car
Waiting period :
|Tata Electric Car||Waiting period|
|Nexon EV||90-120 Days|
|Nexon EV MAX||90-120 Days|
|Tigor EV||45-60 Days|
Tata Nexon EV Max :
Tata Nexon EV Max Nexon EV sells well and is in high demand among Indian customers. Tata Motors recently launched the Nexon EV Max with a larger 40.5 kWh battery, better performance, better features and most importantly, a better range of 437 kilometers on a single charge. It costs around Rs. 1.5 million to 2.0 million (ex-Shaw) compared to the standard Nexon EV. Tata Electric Car
Within just 6 days of the Nexon EV Max launch, it has received a lot of bookings which has extended the wait time for the Nexon EV Max to 4 months. Demand for this specialty has grown significantly as a result of recent corporate scandals. We have seen unreasonable waiting times for vehicles with internal combustion engines up to 20 months. In a developing country like India with poor charging infrastructure, it is significant to meet this kind of demand in EVs.
Tata Nexon EV is priced between Rs. 14.7 lakh (ex-sh) for the XM variant and Rs. 17.4 lakh (ex-sh) for XZ Plus Lux Dark Edition. Whereas the Nexon EV Max is priced between Rs. 17.74 lakh (ex-sh) for the XZ Plus 3.3 kW charger and Rs. 19.24 lakh for XZ Plus Lux 7.2 kW charger. While the Nexon EV still poses as the better choice for users with less highway use, The Nexon EV Max appeals to the users with occasional or daily highway use. Tata Motors is expected to start deliveries of the Nexon EV Max in the month of June. With Nexon EV and Nexon EV Max, Tata has established itself as a mainstream EV manufacturer for the masses.