3 New Tata Electric Cars Specifications and Details
Tata, with a remarkable 68.7% market share as of August 2023, is gearing up to launch 3 new Tata electric cars within the next year. This strategic move demonstrates Tata’s commitment to maintaining its leadership position and driving the transition towards electric mobility.
1. Tata Harrier EV
Tata is ready to electrify its popular Harrier, with the Tata Harrier EV scheduled for launch in the next year. The Harrier EV is likely to come with a higher price tag, likely starting at over Rs. 23 lakh. This Tata electric cars will feature design elements, including sleek LED DRLs spanning the front fascia and split LED headlamps. The rear will likely sport LED taillights with a connected bar, similar to the updated Nexon EV. Inside, expect an updated 12-inch touchscreen infotainment unit and a digital instrument cluster, akin to those in the Nexon EV. Powering the Harrier EV will likely be a 50-60 kWh battery, offering an estimated range of 500-550 km on a single charge, and it will utilize Tata’s Gen2 architecture platform. While a single front motor is probable, the platform supports all-wheel drive, allowing for the potential addition of a rear motor.
2. Tata Punch EV
Tata Punch EV will likely to hit the market around October 2023 with an estimated price range of Rs. 10-12 lakh. Its exterior changes will be minimal, featuring a closed-off grille and EV badging while retaining most of the Punch. The Punch EV’s gets split DRL and headlamp design, along with LED taillights, flared-out arches, integrated spoiler, and black cladding. Inside, the design will largely stay the same, with the gear lever likely replaced by a rotary dial. The Punch EV will share its battery pack and motors with the Tiago EV, offering two options: a 19.2 kWh battery with 61 PS of power and 110 Nm of torque or a larger 24 kWh battery with 75 PS of power and 114 Nm of torque.
3. Tata Curvv EV
Tata electric cars include the avant-garde Tata Curvv EV, debuting next year with an estimated price range of Rs. 15-20 lakh. Its design is a futuristic departure, though it appears somewhat influenced by the Nexon’s silhouette. The front boasts a sleek LED DRL that resembles a horizontal bar, sitting atop split LED headlamps neatly integrated into the bumper. At the rear, a sloping coupe-like roofline meets a split spoiler setup and a slim connected LED taillight. Inside, the minimalist and upscale cabin features a panoramic sunroof, a two-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel, dual-tone interiors, touch-sensitive HVAC controls, a large floating touchscreen infotainment unit, and a fully digital instrument cluster. The battery and motor specifics remain undisclosed, but the Curvv EV is expected to deliver a remarkable driving range of 450-500 km on a single charge.