Tata Altroz EV is a 5-seater electric automatic hatchback successor to the Altroz hatchback. It was first seen at the 2019 Geneva Motor show and later at the Auto Expo 2020.
This EV is built on the new Agile Light Flexible Advanced (ALFA) platform and uses the company’s Ziptron powertrain technology. The details of the car are not disclosed by Tata Motors yet. All the information is based on the interviews with the company officials and some might not be true.
|Production||November 2022 (Expected)|
|Battery||30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery|
|Electric Motor||95 kW electric motor|
|Dimensions||3988 mm X 1754 mm X 1505 mm (L X W X H)|
|Price||12-14 lakhs (Expected)|
|Basic Warranty||8 years / 160k km|
|Electric Range||300-330 km on a single charge|
Tata Altroz EV uses the same 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery (placed under rear seats) with IP-67 certification and an 8-year warranty. The car is powered by a 95-kW electric motor used in the Tata Nexon which can generate the massive power of 74 HP and 170 NM of torque.
See also: Top Reasons Why Hybrid And Electric Cars Are Popular Now More Than Ever
The exterior of the Tata Altroz EV is similar to the ICE-powered Altroz. It’s going to get a new grille, redesigned aerodynamics, the absence of a rear exhaust pipe, and more color options.
The interior is also the same as ICE-powered Altroz. The main change we expect is the absence of a mechanical gearbox that will result in more space around the mid control area.
|Top Speed||120 kph|
|0-100 kph||12.63 seconds|
|Electric Range||300-330 km|
It’s also expected that the EV would accelerate from 0-100 km/h in just 12.63 seconds and can reach the top speed of 120 km/h. The vehicle range and performance would be better than other same segment Electric cars because of lower weight and increased power. According to Firespeedy, the car would run 300-330 km on a single charge. Because the Altroz EV runs on the same battery as Tata Nexon EV.
See also: Aspark Owl Car is the Fastest Accelerating Electric Hyper sports car
The Nexon runs about 312 km on a single charge. And the Altroz weighs approximately 150 kgs less than Nexon. So, obviously, it would run more than Nexon. The battery can be charged to 80% in just an hour by a fast charger. Whereas a normal 230V charger at home can charge the battery in 8 hours.
Though the company planned to launch the Tata Altroz EV in 2021 it got delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now it’s expected to launch in November 2022 with an estimated 12-14 lakhs price.
Electric vehicles have taken the automotive industry by storm in recent years, and their popularity is only set to grow.…
When you replace the factory alternator with a high-output alternator, there are many positive effects a high output alternator will…
Anyone with a vehicle has come across the different options for getting behind the wheel during the purchasing process and…
If your car experienced bumper damage, you may be wondering whether to repair or replace it. Because every situation is…
Car Side Steps are a popular accessory that can provide a range of benefits for vehicle owners. They are designed…
Very similar to Bolt EV