Over 100 Tata Tigor EVs booked in Mumbai alone

    With a subsidy of Rs 2.3 lakh in Mahaashtra, Tata Motors sees a healthy response for the Tigor EV in the state.

    Published On Sep 13, 2021 02:32:00 PM


    Over 100 Tata Tigor EVs booked in Mumbai alone

    The newly launched Tata Tigor EV is the most affordable mass market electric car in India, and it will be even more affordable in Maharashtra, thanks to the incentives offered by the state’s EV policy. These incentives can shave off around Rs 2.30 lakh of the Tigor EV’s price.

    • All trims of Tigor EV will benefit from these incentives
    • Deliveries set to begin by mid-October
    • Xpress T commercial variant also gets subsidies

    As we saw with the strong demand for the Nexon EV in Maharashtra after the implementation of this EV policy, the new Tigor EV has already received over 100 bookings from Mumbai alone. Deliveries for the electric sedan are set to begin by mid-October 2021.

    2021 Tata Tigor EV: Rs 2.3 lakh cheaper in Maharashtra

    As per the new EV policy in Maharashtra, all electric four-wheelers will receive a basic incentive of Rs 5,000 per kWh of the vehicle battery capacity, with maximum incentive capped at Rs 1.50 lakh. This means the Tigor EV’s 26kWh battery pack will receive Rs 1.30 lakh in incentives.

    Additionally, to further urge buyers in making the switch to EVs, all cars registered before December 31, 2021, will also be eligible for early bird incentives which further discount the price by Rs 1 lakh. Hence, the Tigor EV customers will receive a total of Rs 2.3 lakh off on all variants of the electric sedan, till the end of the year. This will make it a considerably more enticing offering.

    It is also worth noting that the Xpres-T – the version of the Tigor EV sold to fleet operators – will also receive significant discounts of up to Rs 2.07 lakh [subsidy of Rs 82,500 – 16.5kWh model and Rs 1.07 lakh – 21.5kWh model as well as Rs 1 lakh for early bird incentive).

    2021 Tata Tigor EV: price in Maharashtra

    Tata Tigor EV prices
    Ex-showroom priceOn-Road price MumbaiSubsidyEstimated discounted on-road price*
    XERs 11.99 lakhRs 12.68 lakhRs 2.30 lakhRs 10.38 lakh
    XMRs 12.49 lakhRs 13.20 lakhRs 2.30 lakhRs 10.90 lakh
    XZ+Rs 12.99 lakhRs 13.72 lakhRs 2.30 lakhRs 11.42 lakh
    XZ+ DTRs 13.14 lakhRs 13.88 lakhRs 2.30 lakhRs 11.58 lakh

    *These prices could vary depending on location. 

    The Tata Tigor EV Ziptron is already Tata’s most affordable mass market EV undercutting even the Nexon EV (Rs 13.99-16.85 lakh, ex-showroom). With these discounts, the Tigor EV only extends that gap and further cements itself as the most affordable EV currently available in our market. However, it is worth mentioning that its petrol-powered counterpart is still considerably less expensive as prices for the manual variants range from Rs 5.65 - 7.27 lakh and the automatic variants cost from Rs 6.80 – 7.82 lakh (ex-showroom, India).

    2021 Tata Tigor EV: powertrain and charging details

    Powering the new Tigor EV, is Tata’s Ziptron high-voltage architecture that uses a permanent magnet synchronous electric motor which develops 75hp and 170Nm. It comes with a 26kWh Lithium-ion unit battery pack, which along with the electric motor have been rated to IP67 water and dustproofing standards. The new Ziptron Tigor EV also has a claimed ARAI range of 306km.

    The Tigor EV is capable of fast charging and can be topped up from 0 to 80 percent in just 60 minutes.

    Also see:

    Held up Nexon EV deliveries expected to start soon

    2021 Tata Tigor EV facelift review, test drive

    2021 Tata Tigor EV facelift video review

    India's state EV policies: how do they compare?

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