Tata Punch EV deliveries to commence from January 22, 2024

    Punch EV sits below Nexon EV; prices start at Rs 10.99 lakh. Tap for more.

    Published On Jan 17, 2024 12:01:00 PM


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    Bookings for the upcoming Tata Punch EV are currently underway and dealer sources tell us that the EV's deliveries will begin in January end. The price announcement for Tata's smallest EV SUV has taken place – Punch EV introductory prices start at Rs 10.99 lakh and go up to Rs 14.49 lakh, ex-showroom, India. Tata will charge Rs 50,000 more for a 72kWh charger (only for the Long Range version) and Rs 50,000 more for a sunroof (only for the higher 3 trims).

    1. Punch EV to get two battery pack options
    2. As many as four variants on offer
    3. Gets more features than Punch petrol model

    Tata Punch EV higher variants in demand

    The Punch EV will be available in four variants – Smart, Adventure, Empowered and Empowered+; our sources tell us that most customers are opting for the top two variants. The Punch EV gets a long features list and the top-spec variants boast of rear disc brakes, leatherette seats, a 360-degree camera, a blind spot monitor, ventilated front seats, a wireless charger, a 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster and a 10.25-inch infotainment by Harman. For a detailed look at what features are available with each variant, click here

    As we've reported earlier, the Punch EV will have a 25kWh battery option with an estimated MIDC range of 315km and a 35kWh with a claimed range of 421km. More details will emerge tomorrow when Punch EV prices are revealed.


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    Tata Tiago EV gets up to Rs 80,000 in discounts

    Tata Group to announce semiconductor facility in 2024

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