tata new ev car tata altroz can run upto 500 km

New Delhi Electric Vehicle Car companies are launching new electric vehicles all over the world, so Indian companies are also not behind in this. Tata launches its new electric car (Electric Car) has already planned to launch the Altroz ​​EV. Although before this Tata Nexon EV has also become very popular. In view of this, Tata is launching its new vehicle Altroz ​​EV which will be a step ahead of Tata Nexon EV.

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Recently some surveys were taken in which people expressed their desire to buy electric vehicles provided their price is low and they have strong engine like petrol diesel vehicles. The market for electric vehicles in India is going to be huge, in view of which foreign companies like Tesla also want to do their business in India.

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Tata Altroz EV की specification
Tata Altroz ​​EV was first shown by the company at Auto Expo 2020. According to which Tata Altroz ​​will have ziptron electric power train. It is being said that this vehicle will be a step forward variant of the Tata Nexon as in the Tata Altroz, the company can give an additional battery backup compared to the Tata Nexon, which will allow it to run at 25 to 30 percent more range. If we look at the Nexon EV, it comes with 30.2 kWh battery backup which is capable of running up to 312 km.

As the atmosphere of discussions is hot that Tata will launch its new electric car in the range above Nexon EV, according to that Tata Altroz EV Will be able to run up to 500 km. Although this has not been confirmed, it is only speculation.

The rising prices of petrol and diesel are bothering everyone and in the coming time also, there is no possibility of reduction in them, in view of which people also want to buy electric vehicles. The cost of these vehicles may be higher than that of petrol diesel vehicles but the cost of charging them is going to be very less. In view of the skyrocketing petrol price, the public will not hold back in buying these electric vehicles even if they have to pay a little extra. The government can also give relief to the customers by giving some subsidy or tax exemption to the customers who buy these electric vehicles.


Source: Patrika : India's Leading Hindi News Portal by www.patrika.com.

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