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Tata Tigor EV

Tata Tigor EV is a 5 seater electric sedan car with a range of 315 km . Tata Tigor EV is priced from Rs. 12.49 Lakh to Rs. 13.75 Lakh. The Charging time of Tigor EV is 59 min| dc-25 kw(10-80%) with fast charging support and offered with a 73.75bhp electric motor. It is available in 3 colours and 4 variants.

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Tata Tigor EV Specifications

Key Specifications Top Features
  • Range315 km/charge
  • Power73.75bhp
  • Battery Capacity26 kwh
  • Charging Time DC59 min | 25kWh (10-80%)
  • Charging Time AC9H 24min | 3.3 kW (0-100%)
  • Boot Space316 Liters
  • Seating Capacity5
  • AirbagsDriver and Passenger
  • Safety Rating4 Star
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Tata Tigor EV Latest Updates

Tata offers an electrified version of the Tigor sub-4m sedan called the “Tigor EV'' in India. It gets EV-specific cosmetic changes inside and out over the standard model to set the two apart. The EV is equipped with a 26kWh battery pack, good for an ARAI-rated range of 315km. The battery comes paired with a 75PS electric motor delivering 170Nm.


Features of Tata Tigor EV : The Tata Tigor EV gets features such as rain-sensing wipers, a seven-inch touchscreen infotainment system with four Harman speakers and an equal number of tweeters, multi-mode regenerative braking, cruise control, auto AC, height-adjustable driver seat and electrically foldable ORVMs. The list also includes leatherette upholstery, auto headlights and connected car tech. Passenger safety is taken care of by dual airbags, ABS with EBD, tyre puncture repair kit, rear parking sensors, tyre pressure monitoring system (TPMS), and hill-hold assist.

Tata Tigor EV Motor : The Tigor EV packs a 26kWh battery pack that powers a 75PS/170Nm electric motor. This setup offers a claimed range of 315km and the battery can be charged from 10 to 80 per cent in an hour using a DC fast charger. A standard wall charger takes 8.5 hours for the same.

Tata Tigor EV Rivals : It has no immediate competition, but Tata’s electric sub-4m sedan can be considered as an alternative to the Tata Tiago EV, Citroen eC3 and the upcoming MG Comet EV.

Tata Tigor EV Range : It offers an ARAI-claimed range of 315km.

Tata Tigor EV Variants : Tata sells the Tigor EV in four variants: XE, XT, XZ+, and XZ+ Lux.

Tata Tigor EV Price

Tata Tigor EV base model ex-showroom price starts from Rs. 12.49 Lakh and the top model ex-showroom price goes upto Rs. 13.75 Lakh.
Variants Ex-Showroom Price

Tigor EV XE

315 km/charge . 26 kWh . 59 min| DC-25 kW
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Rs. 12.49 Lakh
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Tigor EV XT

315 km/charge . 26 kWh . 59min | DC-25 kW
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Rs. 12.99 Lakh
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Tigor EV XZ Plus

315 km/charge . 26 kWh . 59min | DC-25 kW
2 months waiting
Rs. 13.49 Lakh
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Tata Tigor EV Pros and Cons

Tigor EV Advantages

An affordable EV with adequate range for daily city commutes, practical and spacious interior, 4 star Global NCAP crash safety rating

Tigor EV Disadvantages

Cabin quality is average for the price, few feature misses, limited highway usability

Tigor EV Expert's Conclusion

The Tata Tigor EV is an affordable and well-balanced city car with enough practicality for family use.

Tata Tigor EV Expert Review

Tata has been leading the charge in the affordable EV market with cars like the Tigor EV. The Tigor EV is the most affordable sub-4 meter compact EV sedan on the market. It’s sits above the Tiago EV and below the Nexon EV in Tata’s electric car lineup. The MG Comet and the Citroen eC3 are really its only other competitors though they are hatchbacks.

The Tigor is a great all-round first car and the Tigor EV also promises a similar experience but with electric power and makes for a great first EV.

Lets see what one of the most affordable electric sedan on the market offers to the first time electric car buyer.

 

Looks

When talking about the Tigor’s looks, one needs to mention the colour blue a lot. The Teal Blue is one of only two color choices, the other being Daytona Grey (same as the regular Tigor). But like its electric cousin, the Tigor EV is decked out with plenty of blue 'EV' badges, a bold blue touch underlining the front 'grille' and projector (halogen) headlights, along with a blue surround for the fog lights.

The LED DRLs are placed next to the fog lights, but no, they’re white, not blue. The 'Hyperstyle' wheels may look like alloys, but they are not. Even the top-spec XZ+ features 14-inch steel wheels with covers. And yes, the blue contrast makes a comeback here too, but only on a section of the wheel covers.

Apart from these tweaks, it's still the Tigor, with a familiar design. The facelift changes, including the sharper front end, have been carried over. The Tigor’s unique charm lies in its side profile with a swooping roof blending into a compact boot. It's one of the more distinct-looking subcompact sedans out there. The Tigor EV’s ground clearance (when not carrying much weight) is 172mm, which is 2mm more than the standard Tigor.

Boot Space 

The battery pack and associated components don’t sit within the floorboard. They’re placed where the fuel tank would’ve been (below the rear seat) and they also eat into some of the depth the boot has. As a result, the spare tyre moves into the boot and is placed vertically on the right (driver’s) side. Subsequently, boot space drops from the standard Tigor’s 419L to 316L. Two medium-sized trolley bags will get in, but full-sized suitcases won’t.

Charging 

The charge port is on the rear left of the car and the Tigor EV supports both fast charging and home charging (the latter being what you should use primarily

Estimated Charging Times

0-80 percent Home Charge: 8 hours 45 minutes

0-100 percent  Home Charge: 9 hours 45 minutes (last 20 percent  takes longer for cell balancing)

0-80 percent Fast Charge: 65 minutes

Safety

Tata has managed to get the same 4/5-star crash safety rating for the Tigor EV that they did for the standard Tigor. Safety features include dual front airbags, ABS with EBD, rear parking sensors and a rear camera.

Interiors

That’s the cabin for you i.e. it retains qualities we appreciate in the standard Tigor like the airy cabin or its ability to seat four occupants (all 6ft tall) in comfort. In fact, you can seat three adults of an average build at the rear too. The features list is largely identical as well, so it’s satisfactory for the price.

 

A 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto & Apple Carplay is actually smoother to use than the Tata Safari's infotainment system. The 8-speaker sound system is excellent as ever and aside from offering great sound quality, also does justice to bass heavy songs.

There are also nice inclusions like push button start with a smart key, auto ac and a digital instrument cluster which has a nice game-like interface to it. You get connected car tech with the ZConnect app which facilitates geo-fencing, live car tracking & remote operation of the AC/lights/door locks, among other features

Other Features

Front & Rear Power Windows

Power Adjustable/Foldable Mirrors With Auto-Fold

Height-Adjustable Driver’s Seat

Tilt Steering

Auto-Down Driver Window (no auto up)

Cooled Glovebox

The let down is that the cabin quality is only as good as the regular Tigor and can't really match the premium you pay for electrification. The scratchy plastics and average fitment quality isn’t premium in the standard Tigor, the top-end variant of which costs about Rs 9 lakh on-road fully-loaded. So with a car that’ll cost over Rs 11 lakh on-road (post-subsidies in Maharashtra for the XZ+), the quality is a letdown. The same money can get you well-equipped petrol-powered variants of the Hyundai i20, Tata Altroz or even the Tata Nexon which feel far richer inside.

Electric Motor and Range

Let’s kill the suspense first. We started the day at 100 percent charge with the distance-to-empty reading at about 260km. As we moved from the event venue to our shoot location some 15km away, the charge drop was oddly quick. While we did briefly drive the car in Sport mode, the majority of the drive was in the normal drive mode and we were keeping pace with traffic, travelling between 50-60kmph.

FYI: The battery pack comes with a 8 year / 1,60,000km warranty from the factory. 

 

Through the shoot day that car went through the tracking shot routine of rapid, erratic acceleration and braking, along with some cruising and several hard launches to see the difference between the two drive modes (more on that in a bit). Realistically, with sedate driving and sticking primarily to D mode, you’re looking at a (ballpark) range of 200km without having to drastically change your driving style to improve efficiency.

Here are the end-of-day stats:

Charge And Range Start Of Day

100 percent / 256km

Charge And Range End Of Day

30 percent / 50km

Distance Driven

76km

Drive Cycle

  • Mix of cruising at 50-60kmph and sub-80kmph overtakes

  • 7-8 hard launches to 80kmph

  • Rapid acceleration and braking for action shots

D Mode: In this mode, the performance is sedate but not sluggish. The power delivery is very progressive and there is none of the throw-you-into-the-back-of-your-seat action you traditionally associate with electric cars, including the Nexon EV. So you can keep up with traffic that’s flowing at 50-60kmph and even manage overtakes like you would in a regular petrol hatchback, so don’t expect to pass cars in the blink of an eye in this mode. This mode is well-suited to daily commutes, especially in the kind of traffic you’d encounter in cities Mumbai or Bangalore. 

S Mode: Sport mode offers the brisk acceleration you’d associate with an electric car. The car surges ahead eagerly and offers a decent dose of excitement. Also, do note, the Tigor EV runs on low-rolling resistance tyres, so this mode will send the tyres screeching quite easily. The difference vs the regular drive mode is also noticeable in the speedo-indicated acceleration times.

Speedometer Indicated 0-60kmph Times

Drive Mode

Sport Mode

11 seconds

6 seconds

Of course, we’d love to have the car always accelerate like this but it takes just a few hard jabs of the throttle in Sport mode to make the displayed range drop quickly.

Fun fact: The regenerative braking (non configurable) is mild, almost imperceptibly so. This was done after feedback from Nexon EV owners found that many felt the resistance was too strong for them. 

The Tigor EV is about 200kg heavier than the standard Tigor petrol AMT. While the suspension components remain the same, it has been retuned to be slightly stiffer to counter the added weight. Thankfully, the Tigor still rides comfortably and handles even the sharpest bumps without getting uncomfortable. 

One thing that needs some getting used to would be the brakes. Like we’ve experienced in many electric cars, there’s not much feel to them so you need a little time to understand how the brake responds.

The Silent Truth

Based on our experience with the car, the Tigor EV can do about 170-220km on a full charge on average depending on your driving style. That makes it great for city usage, as long as you can charge up conveniently at home/your workplace. Long distance trips can be done but not without planning and you would ideally need to keep speeds limited to 60-70kmph. 

With the exception of boot space, the Tigor EV offers everything we liked about the Tigor, like the cabin space, comfortable ride quality, decent features package and likeable styling, while offering a much smoother drive experience too.

As an affordable EV, the Tigor is not just a novelty purchase and it is a great package for the real world. Just 4-5 years ago, an entry-level EV was the Mahindra e2oPlus, a commendable effort to make EVs appeal to our sensibilities but a very hard sell in the real world. The fact that an entry level EV is now something this competent, is a great sign of what’s to come.

The Tigor EV puts electric cars within the reach of a lot more people. Whether it likes it or not, it will be something of a torchbearer for affordable electric mobility. So we hope Tata has taken the long-term learnings from the Nexon EV to heart and has fixed any gaps with the Tigor EV to make sure the experience is niggle free. After all, you have to offer many arguments (rising fuel prices, the environment, cost of ownership, charging infrastructure etc) to sell people on EVs, but it takes just one thing to go wrong to get people skeptical again.

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  • Charging Towards the Future with Mild Reservations

    Diving into the world of electric vehicles I opted for the Tata Tigor EV. Its electric motor offering 74 bhp and 170 Nm of torque is smart for city driving. The real highlight is its range the Tigor EV claims a maximum of up to 306 km per charge but expect a bit less under typical driving conditions. Recharging is swift with fast charging reaching 80% in around 65 minutes.However it is not all easy. However for urban commuters the Tigor EV offers a compelling entry point into the EV space.

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    We finally decided to buy 5 seater sedan electric I am very satisfied with performance of Tata Tigor EV and good satisfaction after test drive. The Most attractive part in this car is thier design. The Interior is very good and Exterior is also super Good and Attractive. It Gives likes luxurious feelings in This budget car.

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  • Electrifying Experience

    Embracing the electric revolution I turned to the Tata Tigor EV. Its price range starting from about ₹12 lakh promised an eco friendly drive without burning a hole in the pocket. The electric motor claimed an ARAI certified range of up to 306 kilometers per full charge which sounded perfect for my city rides. The home charging unit was a convenient feature making overnight charging a habit. The lack of fast charging stations in my locality was another obstacle limiting the spontaneity of long drives.

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  • great value for great model

    Available in vibrant shades, I got my Tata Tigor EV at a very affordable price from a nearby showroom a few months back. It is black in colour, imparting an attractive and classy looks. It is a perfect accommodation for quite a lot passengers that means it is family-friendly. I have already taken my car for two trips and it has really been comfortable operating and driving this model.

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  • Electric sedan, sustainable mobility

    I'm fond of the Tata Tigor EV because of its unborn features, ecological transportation, and electric best sedan car looks. Being an electric auto, it offers zero- emigration transportation and a sustainable driving experience. The Tigor EV'smore advanced features and futuristic looks give comfort and luxury to city commuters, while its operative electric drivetrain guarantees a quiet and comfortable ride. My Tigor EV ride experience is both pleasurable and ecologically apprehensive because to its wide shacks and more advanced technologies. For sustainable living and environmentally aware city commute, this is my favorite auto.

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  • brilliant car

    first and foremost, am exceptionally glad to be a proprietor of Tata Tigor EV. Some were blissful and some were frustrated. it's a decent EV Vehicle for a city because of restricted mileage with traffic and not smooth driving. On lengthy Drives With 75% battery utilization, you get 145km to 160km without forceful driving and no ending traffic. Outside charging is costly, I have driven 22000km in under 2 years however set aside cash when contrasted with diesel and petroleum vehicles and I get a similar solace. I had driven by and large around south India with arranged courses for charging stations ahead of time and never disapproved of the vehicle yet in the city, I dealt with an issue with HV Ready Mistake threefold, Tata organized to get my vehicle and they took my vehicle and corrected it. The Tata helpline has no arrangements other than working with just taking your vehicle to a help station and all obligations are on the seller to support, the vendor is overwhelmed with vehicles for administration he has no chance to test drive.

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  • Sustainable Urban Commuting

    The Tata Tigor EV is essentially reinventing electric sedans, combining sleek design with environmentally sound efficiency. Its impressive design, with a signature grille; sharp contours and aerodynamics tracks it as stylish urban partner suited to future friendly environment. The Electric variant of Tigor derives power from its quiet and pollution-free electric motor, in line with Tata Motors’ vision towards the world that is dedicated to environment quality—green urban mobility. With aspects like touchscreen infotainment system, regenerative braking coupled by ample cabin space—the motoring experience on board this vehicle seems both modern as well as comfy Being an electric sedan, the dynamic design and green engineering make it suitable for urban drivers who wish to have a stylish ride but still remain eco-friendly with every commute. Tata Tigor EV is the epitome of cool and responsible for those, who want to embrace modern technologies while driving its electric version so easily along city roads.

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  • perhaps the biggest milestone in e-mobility

    However, perhaps the biggest milestone in e-mobility that is likely to grab heavy market share in the near future will be India’s most affordable electric car Tata Tigor EV launched late last year and which is celebrated as a stylish vehicle with large interiors that offers a comfortable ride. Be it the entry level or the executive variant, the recently launched Tata Tigor EV has redefined affordability in terms of electric vehicle market. With a 213 km claimed range, it appears that the compact sedan does not support long journeys under real-world conditions due to its limited distance, which would take on values of only 150 – 18km. Most charging times, that is especially with an ordinary AC-charge, are also time consuming. Some of the mentioned shortcomings includes safety attributes and this includes a lap belt meant for front middle seat passenger and also lack of ESC.

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  • Electrifying the Compact Sedan Segment

    The Tata Tigor EV sets a pioneering standard in the compact hydrofoil order, fusingeco conscious driving with the practicality of a hydrofoil. Driven by a potent electric motor, it delivers a quiet and effective performance, feeding to civic commuters and environmentally conscious motorists. The Tigor EV s satiny design, featuring a chrome speckled tulle, projector headlamps, and a sculpted figure, elevates the aesthetics of electric mobility. With an emotional range and presto charging capabilities, it proves to be a practical choice for diurnal commuting requirements. Smart features, including a touchscreen infotainment system and connected technologies, enhance the driving experience. Tata takes a bold step towards electrification in the hydrofoil member with the Tigor EV, offering motorists a swish and sustainable choice for their civic peregrinations.

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  • Electrifying the Compact Sedan Segment

    The Tata Tigor EV sets a pioneering standard in the compact hydrofoil order, fusingeco conscious driving with the practicality of a hydrofoil. Driven by a potent electric motor, it delivers a quiet and effective performance, feeding to civic commuters and environmentally conscious motorists. The Tigor EV s satiny design, featuring a chrome speckled tulle, projector headlamps, and a sculpted figure, elevates the aesthetics of electric mobility. With an emotional range and presto charging capabilities, it proves to be a practical choice for diurnal commuting requirements. Smart features, including a touchscreen infotainment system and connected technologies, enhance the driving experience. Tata takes a bold step towards electrification in the hydrofoil member with the Tigor EV, offering motorists a swish and sustainable choice for their civic peregrinations.

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Ex-Showroom Price Rs.12.49 Lakh* Rs. 10.98 Lakh* Rs. 14.49 Lakh* Rs. 7.99 Lakh* Rs. 6.98 Lakh* Rs. 15.48 Lakh* Rs. 11.61 Lakh* Rs. 6.49 Lakh* Rs. 7.49 Lakh*
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Engine Permanent Magnet Synchronous Permanent magnet synchronous motor (PMSM) Permanent magnet synchronous AC motor Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor PERMANENT MAGNET SYNCHRONOUS MOTOR (PMSM) Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor 1197 CC 1197 - 1498 CC
Fuel Type Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Electric Petrol Diesel / Petrol
Transmission Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Automatic Manual / Automatic Manual / Automatic
Mileage 315 Km/Charge 421 Km/Charge 325 Km/Charge 315 Km/Charge 230 Km/Charge 456 Km/Charge 320 Km/Charge 24.8 - 25.75 Kmpl 17.96 - 20.1 Kmpl
Power 73.75bhp 120.69bhp 127.39bhp 60.34bhp 41.42bhp 147.51bhp 56.21bhp 80.46bhp@5700rpm 109.96bhp@5000rpm

Tata Tigor EV Colours

Tata Tigor EV car is available in 3 exciting colours options like Daytona Grey, Signature Teal Blue and Magnetic Red.
  • Daytona Grey
  • Signature Teal Blue
  • Magnetic Red

Tata Tigor EV Driving Range

The range of Tata Tigor EV is 315 Km/Charge. This is the ARAI mileage for all the variants of Tigor EV.
Fuel Type Transmission ARAI Claimed
Electric(Battery) Automatic 315 Km/Charge

Must Read Questions & Answers Before Buying Tigor EV

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Q. What is the mileage of Tata Tigor EV?
  • The range of Tata Tigor EV is 315 km.
Q. What is the ground clearance of Tata Tigor EV?
  • The Tata Tigor EV has ground clearance of 172 mm.
Q. What is the boot space of Tata Tigor EV?
  • The Tata Tigor EV offers a boot space of 316 liters.
Q. What are the available features in Tata Tigor EV?
  • The Tata Tigor EV features that stand out are Fast charging, 7 inch touchscreen infotainment system, ConnectNext Floating Dash, HARMAN Sound System, Anti Lock Braking System, Electronic Brakeforce distribution, 2 Airbags and much more.
  • Tata has loaded the Tigor EV with a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with four speakers and an equal number of tweeters, cruise control, auto AC, height-adjustable driver seat and connected car tech.
Q. What is the charging Time DC for Tata Tigor EV?
  • The Tata Tigor EV takes approximately 59 minutes to charge from 10% to 80% using a 25 kW charger.
Q. What is the battery range of Tata Tigor EV?
  • The battery range of Tata Tigor EV is 315 km/charge.

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Tata Tigor EV FAQs

What is the price of top model of Tata Tigor EV?

The ex-showroom price of top variant of Tata Tigor EV is 13.75 Lakh (Delhi).

What is the EMI of Tata Tigor EV in Delhi?

The EMI for the base variant of Tata Tigor EV in Delhi is Rs. 24,161 per month @ 10.5% for a tenure of 60 months.

What are the top competitors of Tata Tigor EV?

The top 3 competitors of Tata Tigor EV are Tata Punch EV, Tata Nexon EV and Tata Tiago EV.

What is the boot space in Tata Tigor EV?

The boot space in Tata Tigor EV is 316 L. View full specification of Tigor EV

What are the best financing options for Tata Tigor EV?

New car loan - get upto 100% loan on your car! Loan against car - your old car will pay for your new car!

What is the battery life of Tata Tigor EV?

Battery capacity of Tigor EV is 26 kwh.

What is the battery range of Tata Tigor EV?

The Tata Tigor EV is available with battery pack 26 kWh, which offers a range of 315 km/charge

How much mileage does Tata Tigor EV give per charge?

Tata Tigor EV runs 315 km/charge on a single charge.

How much time does it take to charge Tata Tigor EV give per charge?

It depends on the charging capabilities, which charger you are using, battery size and some environmental conditions too.59 min| DC-25 kW(10-80%)

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