Banking on demand, Tata Motors rolls out 50000th unit of EVs

The EVs are providing practical solution to the people for burgeoning prices of fuel and deteriorating level of air pollution

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Mumbai: Auto major Tata Motors on Monday rolled-out its 50,000th electric vehicle (EV), from its Pune facility.

Favourable policy environment, positive word of mouth from existing customers, practical product options, better ride and handling and attractive cost of ownership have helped the company achieve this fabulous feat ahead of its target.

Commenting on this achievement, managing director of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd. and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd Shailesh Chandra said, “As the pioneers of EVs in the country, the onus of ensuring successful adoption was on us. With well calibrated product mix, strong consumer facing initiatives, we have been able to address barriers to EV adoption. We created an entire EV ecosystem with Tata Group companies to provide simple, cost effective solutions for our customers.”

EVs becoming mainstream choice for customers

Chandra said that EVs, which were launched with a lot of thoughts, are now becoming a mainstream choice for the customers. “Rolling out the 50,000th EV in India is a strong testament to how our portfolio is resonating with people across the country. The EVs are providing practical solution to the people for burgeoning prices of fuel and deteriorating level of air pollution. Customers are now ready to welcome EVs and we are thrilled to witness the transition from early adopters to now EVs becoming a mainstream choice for Indian customers,” he added.

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Exciting range of EVs from Tata

To democratise electric mobility in India, Tata Motors is ensuring that there is an EV option for everyone. From the most popular SUV brand in India, the Nexon EV to the newest addition– Tata Tiago-EV, India’s first electric hatchback, the company’s deep understanding of EV customers has resulted in an exciting product mix with the most relevant features.

Different modes of EVs for customers’ need

To address customer needs, the company has not only introduced features like Multi Mode Regen and Multi Drive Mode, but also educated customers about the best way to drive their EVs for optimal range. All products are powered by the high voltage Ziptron architecture, which is driven and proven for over 450 million kms across diverse and challenging Indian terrains, providing an unmatched, uncompromising EV experience.

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Tata Power embarks on setting pan-India EV charging stations

Tata Power, a subsidiary of Tata group, has already embarked on a plan to set up EV charging stations across the country. Recently, it Tata Power collaborated with the India Army’s ‘Go-Green Initiative’ to setup 16 charging stations for EVs at various locations in Delhi Cantonment.

Earlier, it has set up around 450 EV charging stations on major roads including the national highways and proposed to develop a chain of around 1500 charging stations and points across Mumbai.

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