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Tata Tigor EV With Updated Features & More Range Launched At Rs 12.49 Lakh


Thanks to the introduction of multiple levels of regenerative braking, the range of the EV has seen a minor increase

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  • Updated Tigor EV priced between Rs 12.49 lakh and Rs 13.75 lakh. 
  • Now comes in four trims: XE, XT (new), XZ+ and XZ+ Lux (new).
  • Magnetic red shade introduced with this update.
  • Top feature additions include regenerative braking, cruise control and tyre pressure monitoring system. 
  • The ARAI-claimed range now sees a minor improvement from 306km to 315km.
  • Existing Tigor EV customers to get some features via a software update. 

Tata Motors has updated the Tigor EV with a new shade and multiple feature additions from the Tiago EV and Nexon EV. Prices of the updated electric sedan start from Rs 12.49 lakh and it is offered in four trims: XE, XT (new), XZ+ and XZ+ Lux (new). The old XM trim has been replaced by the newly introduced XT trim, which still sits one step above the base variant. 

And the best thing is that, these updates come at no extra cost as illustrated in the table below:

Variants 

Old Price

New Price

XE

Rs 12.49 lakh

Rs 12.49 lakh

XM

Rs 12.99 lakh

Discontinued

XT (new)

Not Available

Rs 12.99 lakh

XZ+

Rs 13.49 lakh 

Rs 13.49 lakh

XZ+ Lux (new)

Not Available

Rs 13.75 lakh 

The Tigor EV is now offered in a new Magnetic Red body colour, which will be sold alongside the Signature Teal Blue and Daytona Grey hues. 

There are no cosmetic changes inside or out, but the Tigor EV now gets a handful of features from the Tiago EV and Nexon EV. New comfort-based additions include leatherette upholstery for the steering wheel and seats, rain-sensing wipers, automatic headlamps, cruise control and more connected car tech features with smartwatch connectivity as well. 

That’s not it, the sedan also gets features to enhance the driving experience like multi-mode regenerative braking, apart from goodies like tyre pressure monitoring system and a tyre puncture repair kit. 


There are no changes underneath the hood as the Tigor EV continues to utilise a 75PS electric motor that’s powered by a 26kWh battery pack. However, thanks to the introduction of multi-level regenerative braking, the claimed range has seen a minor improvement from 306km to 315km. The EV still supports fast-charging, which helps add up to 80 percent juice from nought in an hour. 

Also Read: Tata Tigor EV First Drive Review: Ready For The Real World?

Yes, these feature additions might sound like a bummer for existing Tigor EV owners. However, there’s some good news as Tata will offer existing Tigor EV customers with feature upgrades such as regenerative braking, tyre pressure monitoring system and puncture repair kit at no extra cost. Plus, if you have the top-spec XZ+ trim, the carmaker will update it with smartwatch connectivity. These upgrades will be rolled out to existing customers from December 20 onwards. 

The Tigor EV doesn’t have a direct rival in its segment, but will be an alternative to the Tata Tiago EV and the upcoming Citroen C3 EV.

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