Tata Tigor EV First Drive Review

Gladly though, Tata has eased these commitment levels by revamping their Tigor EV with a new electric powertrain.

Although never made available to the general consumer, this electric compact sedan has been around as a fleet-only offering 

but this time around, with the introduction of Tata’s 300 Volt Ziptronic powertrain, it has gained power, torque and usable range.  

What also majorly adds to its increased performance is a bigger battery pack that’s rated at 26kWh. 

So how much gain in performance are we talking? 34hp increase in power and a 65Nm bump in torque. 

The liveliness is almost immediately felt from the word go, however the tuning prevents all that electric torque to be fed to the wheels immediately. 

Yet, this is a fairly quick car for city speeds, which means zipping through traffic and hunting those small gaps will surely be fun on an otherwise mundane drive to work. 

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