Tata Motors launched an extension to India’s bestselling EV in the personal mobility segment, the new Nexon EV MAX. Equipped with a 40.5 kWh Lithium-ion battery pack, the Nexon EV Max offers 33% higher battery capacity, delivering an anxiety-free ARAI certified range of 437 km.
It is now time for the facelift with more than double range and improved battery pack and more features. Is the new Tata Tigor EV good for daily use? Is it now worth buying? Does the facelift really bring something electrifying to the table? We answer all your questions. Hit the play button for an electrifying review.
The Micro SUV is 3.8m long with a front wheel drive setup to take on the rugged Indian roads. Is the Punch capable enough to carry the tag of an SUV? Can it go off-road? Can it compete with the budget friendly hatchbacks? Is Punch the product the Indian consumers were waiting for? We answer all your questions in the first drive review. Hit the play button for all the answers.
Tata Tigor EV launched at an affordable price point of 11.99 lakh for the base variant and goes up to 13.14 lakh for the top variant. Providing an optimal range, the new Tigor EV has an extended ARAI certified range of 306 kms.
Tata launched the regular Tata Safari along with a special variant – The Tata Safari Adventure Persona. Is the Adventure Persona really worth extra 20k bucks?
All new Tata Motors Safari as been unveiled. It builds on the legacy of prestige and outstanding performance by combining Tata Motors’ Impact 2.0 design language and OMEGARC D8 platform.
Tata Nexon EV completes 1-year of successfully driving eMobility revolution in India. The Nexon EV has consistently grown in popularity to become India’s highest-selling electric vehicle,
On the first anniversary of Altroz, Tata Motors has launched it with a more powerful turbocharged Petrol engine – Altroz iTurbo.
Tata Altroz iTurbo Unveiled with a 1.2l turbo petrol engine and few updates to the interiors. This 1.2l engine is a downsized engine which is already available on the Tata Nexon.
Tata Safari is bound to make a comeback this month. The 7 seater SUV which based on the Tata Harrier, which was previously branded as Gravitas will now be christened ‘Safari’.