Tata Tigor EV Scores 4 stars in Global NCAP - Starts from Rs 11.99 lakh

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Tata Tigor EV has garnered 4 stars in the Global NCAP crash test and the prices have also been unveiled today. Tata Tigor EV has secured 4 stars in both adult occupant safety and child occupant safety, although the body shell has been rated unstable. The ratings are similar to the ICE Tigor that also scored 4 stars with an unstable body sheel.

 

 

Gets 4 Stars in Global NCAP

Talking about safety points, the Tigor EV gets 12 points out of 17 for adult safety and 37.24 points out of 49 for child occupant safety. The safety offered to the driver’s head was good and adequate for the passenger. Tata Motors has continued its legacy to offer unmatchable safety in its segment and the Tigor EV has set boundaries for the upcoming EVs in the Indian market.

 

Gets 4 Stars in Global NCAP

 

Tata Tigor EV Specs and Prices

 

Tata Tigor EV

 

Talking about the pricing, Tata has launched the Tigor EV in three trim levels - XE at Rs 11.99 lakh, XM at Rs 12.49 lakh and XZ+ at Rs 12.99 lakh. Buyers can also opt for a two-tone paint scheme at a premium of Rs 15,000 over the XZ+ trim. Tata Tigor EV XZ+ offers features like a 7-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto and Apple Car Play, automatic climate control, dual airbags, cornering stability control, ABS with EBD, speed-sensing alarm among other features. It also gets the iRA connected car tech with 30+ connected features including vehicle diagnosis and charger locator.

 

Gets 4 Stars in Global NCAP

 

Tata Tigor EV is offered with a 26kWh battery pack and an Arai-certified range of 306 km. The electric motor of the Tigor EV generates 75PS and 170 Nm of torque. Via the fast charger, it can be charged to 80 per cent in under an hour. Tata Tigor EV doesn’t have any arch-rival in the Indian market and at this price point, it can be a sensible EV for daily commuters.

 

 

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Amit Saraswat

Amit Saraswat

Born and brought up in Agra, he grew up reading magazines more than textbooks. With a keen interest in cars, he decided to make his future in automotive journalism and is currently handling content at Carorbis.

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