Upcoming Tata EVs in India: Tata Nexon EV 2022, Tata Altroz EV, Tata Avinya EV, and more

Tata EVs are currently dominating the electrified version of the four-wheelers market in India. The electric vehicle (EVs) makers Tata Motors made record sales in the country last year. The company is eyeing to expand its lead further in the segment in the coming years with new investments and models. According to reports, Tata Motors is set to invest Rs 15,000 crore in its electric division by 2025 and aims at having ten new EVs on its books by the same time. The company has already been spied testing the long-range versions of the popular Tata Nexon EV as well as the Tata Tigor EV. Here’s a quick look at all the upcoming Tata EVs that are rumoured to launch in India soon:

Upcoming Tata Motors EVs in India

  • Tata Nexon EV 2022
  • Tata Tigor EV 2022
  • Tata Altroz EV
  • Tata Punch EV
  • Tata Sierra
  • Tata Curvv
  • Tata Avinya EV
These are upcoming Tata EVs in India, and here’s everything we know about them including their launch date, specifications, design, and more:

1. Tata Nexon EV 2022

The 2022 Tata Nexon EV launch is around the corner and the vehicle has been found testing in public a couple of times now. Major changes will be restricted to the powertrain, which is expected to benefit from a larger battery pack rated at 40kWh. The new 2022 Nexon EV is expected to deliver a range of 400km on a single charge. Additionally, the vehicle will be upgraded to cater to the extra weight in the form of an updated power delivery map, retuned suspension and rear disc brakes. Some mild cosmetic changes and feature updates are also expected. 

The 2022 Tata Nexon EV long-range is expected to be Rs 3-4 lakhs dearer than the current generation model and will be sold alongside the existing model. The current generation model starts at Rs 14.54 lakh (ex-showroom) with the range-topping model costing Rs 17.15 lakh (ex-showroom). 

2. Tata Tigor EV 2022

Tata Motors is expected to launch a long-range version of the Tata Tigor EV as well.  The 2022 Tata Tigor EV is likely to boast a 365-400km range on a single charge, which would be 25 percent more than the car’s current ARAI range. While the specifications of the new battery pack are unknown, this upcoming Tata EV will reportedly incorporate a stiffened chassis, suspension and braking to cater to the added weight of the car. The car’s ground is also expected to be slightly altered. Furthermore, the vehicle is said to bring in a re-tuned power and torque delivery map, feature list upgrade, cosmetic changes such as redesigned front and rear bumpers, reworked lighting system and new paint schemes. 

The new 2022 Tata Tigor EV long range will be sold parallel to the existing model to cater to a larger audience. The new model will charge a premium of a couple of lakhs as compared to the current variants. The Tata Tigor EV range starts at Rs 11.99 lakhs (ex-showroom). 

3. Tata Altroz EV 

The Tata Altroz EV is also in the pipeline; however, its official launch timeline has not yet been revealed yet. The Tata Altroz is based on Tata Motors’ ALPHA-ARC platform and is capable of handling multiple powertrains. The Altroz EV will tap into this flexibility and will come with an electric powertrain target to deliver 250-300km of range on a single charge and a 0-100kmph time of under 10 seconds. The EV version will differentiate itself from the Tata Atroz ICE powered counterparts with redesigned bumpers to block out front air intakes, blue trim highlights, new paint schemes, the absence of a transmission tunnel, and lighter coloured upholstery that may bear blue highlight stitching. 

The new Tata Altroz EV will be sold alongside the ICE powered Tata Altroz. Tata Altroz Petrol starts at Rs 6 lakhs and Tata Altroz Diesel starts at Rs 7.23 lakhs. The EV versions are likely to be priced higher. 

4. Tata Punch EV

Tata Punch is an entry-level sub-4m compact SUV that has impressed many in its ICE guise. However, Tata is looking to launch the EV version of the car soon. The Tata Punch, which is also based on Tata’s ALPHA platform can easily be adapted to contain an electric powertrain. According to Tata, a Tata Punch EV is already in the works and the company might even position it aggressively by introducing it at a lucrative price point. 

5. Tata Sierra 

The Tata Sierra EV SUV was conceived with the Impact 2.0 design philosophy at Tata Motors. The 4.1 meters long SUV was a design study that is expected to debut as the company resurrects the Tata Sierra brand. The EV only SUV also brings along some unique design traits that include a coupe-like two-door architecture. The rear half of the body also incorporates a glass area that flows into the roof. The design incorporates butchness and ruggedness generally associated with an SUV along with minimalistic and modern design traits. On the inside, the interiors are devoid of tech clutter and replace infotainment screens in favour of a natural wooden tech shelf that allows users to carry their own devices. 

6. Tata Curvv 

Tata Motors recently took the wraps off the all-new 2022 Tata Curvv concept car. The EV car adopts Tata’s latest Digital Design philosophy and also carries a distinctive coupe-like silhouette with a sloping rear windscreen. Modern and angular design elements and contemporary and edgy LED lighting enhance the butch looking credentials of this SUV. Tata intends to first launch the EV version of the Tata Curvv and is likely to sit in between the Tata Nexon EV and the Tata Harrier in the stable. 

7. Tata Avinya EV

Tata Avinya concept

The Avinya EV is another concept car from Tata Motors. It’s built on Gen 3 EV architecture and is set to launch in India by 2025. The concept car has butterfly doors, a skydome sunroof, a console-inspired steering wheel, an aroma diffuser, advanced driver aid systems, and more. Coming to the features, the Tata Avinya EV is said to have a minimum range of 500km, which can be achieved with just 30 minutes of charge. 

The SUV is expected to debut sometime in 2024 in an EV guise. Later, an ICE version of the same will follow. In terms of pricing, the vehicle will be positioned above the Tata Nexon EV.