The auto major looks to add Altroz EV, a premium hatchback, and H2X, a small SUV, to complement Tiago and Tigor EV.
Tata Motors is eyeing to expand its electric vehicles (EV) segment in the passenger vehicle space by widening its portfolio.
The auto major looks to add Altroz EV, a premium hatchback, and H2X, a small SUV, to complement Tiago and Tigor EV. The offerings will address the different price points and buyer profiles in the sub-Rs 15-lakh bracket.
Guenter Butschek, Managing Director of Tata Motors, said, “The company is committed to electric vehicles and wants to lead the evolution in this segment. We have ensured that future architectures, Alpha and Omega, both are proof-protected for EVs. Apart from working on a higher range of Tigor and Tiago EV, our first two offerings on the Alpha architecture will have an EV option.”
“The company is working on a higher range of 200-230-km-per-charge model and I feel it is the optimum solution that delivers an accessible price range with an adequate driving distance. Tata Motors is also working on the new generation connected vehicle solution platform, which will be an integral part of the electric vehicles that it plans to sell,” he added.