Tata Motors has announced it’s now crossed the 10000-unit sales milestone with its electric vehicle (EV) portfolio. This cumulative figure of over 10,000 EVs sold includes models Tata Motors has sold for both private and commercial use, and thus includes sales of the first Tigor EV, the Nexon EV, also because the recently-launched Tigor EV Ziptron and Xpres-T EV sedan for fleet buyers. it had been the Tata Nexon EV – launched at the beginning of 2020 – that supercharged the electrical vehicle boom for Tata Motors, and constitutes a majority of the 10000 EVs Tata has sold till date. Where 1,000 of those were sold in August alone.
Tata has also found out over 700 charging stations in 120 cities, and is leveraging the skills of other Tata Group companies including Tata Power, Tata Chemicals and Tata Auto Comp, to rapidly develop a sustainable EV ecosystem.
It must be noted at now that it’s only Tata Motors’ EVs – including the Nexon EV, Tigor EV Ziptron and therefore the Xpres-T EV – that are eligible for hefty subsidies provided by the Central and State governments, as they’re the sole models available for under Rs 15 lakh.
Tata has also received a healthy number of bookings for the newly-introduced Tigor EV Ziptron, which, while offering a variety almost like that of the Nexon EV, costs considerably but the already-popular Nexon EV.
Tata also recently announced prices for the fleet-only Xpres-T EV, which range from Rs 9.54 lakh to Rs 10.64 lakh (ex-showroom).