Tata Tigor EV – Features and Variants

TATA Tigor Electric Vehicle White model
TATA Tigor Electric Vehicle White model

       Tata Motors were one of the early pioneers in building a strong base for electric vehicles in India. Back in July’ 19, they launched the electric version of their sedan – Tigor. The Tigor EV is Tata’s first electric car and in a way, will provide direction for all the upcoming Electric Vehicles of Tata. Launched at a starting price of 9,54,175 (ex-showroom in Delhi, above 10 lakhs in other parts of India), Tata Motors has ensured that even the common mass will be able to afford it.

TATA Tigor EV Features & Specifications

      The Tigor EV utilises a 72V 3 phase AC induction motor. The ARAI claimed the range of the Tigor EV is 213km. It’s battery supports fast-charging and is capable of charging from 0-80 percent in about two hours. However, it takes about 11.5 hours to fully charge the battery.

       The Tigor EV is not a feature-rich and it is quite understandable given the price it has been launched at. We need to understand that a significant amount is spent towards battery pack in Electric vehicles and Tata has done a brilliant job in squeezing the price to what it is.

       Tigor’s range of 213 km/ full charge is good for day to day city use but is not a vehicle for long range driving owing to the lack of EV charging infrastructure at present.

That said, some of the features of the sedan are listed below:

  • ABS with Electronic Brake-force Distribution to optimize braking distance and to ensure vehicle safety on corners
  • Dual Airbags
  • A high density of 21.5 kWh battery
  • Multi-drive mode: Eco and Sport
  • Rear parking sensors

and other essential features that can make the Tigor EV a default choice for every household.


The Tata Tigor EV has been launched in three variants: XE+, XM+, and XT+

Color Options:

The Tata Tigor EV features come in two color options: Pearlescent White and Egyptian Blue.

2020 TATA Tigor EV Feature in Blue color model

2020 TATA Tigor EV Feature in Blue color model

Also Read: TATA Nexon ZIPTRON Electric SUV in India

Detailed Specifications of TATA Tigor Electric Vehicle

Performance and BatteryVehicle TypeM1 Category
Motor72 V 3-Phase AC Induction Motor
EmissionZero Tailpipe Emission
Max. Power (kW @ r/min)30 kW @ 4500 r/min
Max. Torque (Nm @ r/min)105 Nm @ 2500 r/min
Battery Capacity (kWh)21.5
TransmissionSingle Speed, Automatic
Gradeability9.8 Deg
Regenerative BrakingYes
AC Charging StandardBEVC-AC001
DC Fast Charging StandardBEVC-DC001
Normal Charging Time (0%-100%)11.5 hrs
Fast Charging Time (0%-80% with 15 kW charger)2 hrs
Max Speed (km/h)80
Certified Full Charge range (as per MIDC Cycle) (km)213
DimensionsLength x Width x Height (mm)3992 x 1677 x 1537
Wheel base (mm)2450
Ground Clearance (mm)176
Bootspace (Litres)255
Turning Radius (m)5.1
Gross Vehicle Weight (kg)1590
Seating Capacity5.1
SteeringElectrically Power Assisted
BrakesFront BrakesDisc
Rear BrakesDrum
SuspensionFront SuspensionIndependent, Lower Wishbone, McPherson Strut with Coil Spring
Rear SuspensionSemi-Independent; Twist beam with dual path strut
TyresSize, TypeR14 175/65 Tubeless
WarrantyBattery warranty3 Years or 1,25,000 km (whichever is earlier)
Vehicle warranty3 Years or 1,25,000 km (whichever is earlier)

Also read: TATA Power announced to setup 500 EV Charging stations in India by the end of 2020


Subodh Yeole
Subodh is an electronics engineer & a system oriented person having 8+ years of corporate experience in foreign client handling & business analysis. He loves writing on various topics related to automobile & sports.

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