Tata Tigor EV Facelift Is Called The Xpres-T, Limited To Fleet Buyers

Published On Jul 15, 2021 04:25 PM By Dhruv for Tata Tigor EV 2019-2021

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The EV will be sold under Tata’s new sub-brand Xpres-That will cater specifically to fleet buyers

  • The facelifted Tigor EV will be available with two battery packs: 16.5kWh and 21.5kWh.

  • They will have a range of 165km and 213km, respectively, according to ARAI.

  • Both will support fast charging and can go from 0 to 80 percent in under two hours.

  • Tata Power-backed charging ecosystem will aid fleet operators.

Tata has revealed the facelifted Tigor EV called the Xpres-T. The electric sedan will be sold under Tata’s sub-brand called Xpres and will only be available to fleet buyers.

The facelifted sedan borrows its design cues from the standard Tiago and Tigor, but also sports some of its own EV-specific touches. The grille is a gloss black applique, underlined by light blue applique, similar to the Nexon EV. It also gets an EV sticker on the fender. The interior is finished in black and has light blue accents, much like the exterior.

Cars coming out from the Xpres stables will bear a distinct ‘Xpres’ logo. 

Tata will offer the Xpres-T with two battery pack options: 16.5kWh and 21.5kWh. The former has a range of 165km and takes 90 mins to go from 0 to 80 percent charge. The latter offers a 213km range and can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in 110 minutes. Please note that the range figures are according to ARAI tests and will be lower in real-world conditions. Both models support fast charging and are also equipped with a 15A plug for emergency charging. 

For reference, the pre-facelift Tigor EV, which is only available with the 21.5kWh battery pack, can churn out 41PS and 105Nm from its electric motor.

Standard safety features include dual airbags and ABS with EBD. That aside, the Xpres-T will also come with auto AC as standard.

The Xpres-T will also benefit from an electric charging ecosystem by Tata Power. We don’t have much details on this, but Tata says it would generate more income for fleet operators.

Check out the prices of the Tigor EV currently sold in India. It’s the same as the pre-facelift model. However, the base XE+ variant is no longer on sale:

 

Tigor EV Facelift/Xpress-T

Pre-facelift Tigor EV

XE+

NA

Rs 9.58 lakh

XM+

Rs 9.75 lakh

Rs 9.75 lakh

XT+

Rs 9.90 lakh

Rs 9.90 lakh

These are Delhi prices and inclusive of all discount schemes run by the state and central government on EVs.

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