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    Variants

    The variants of the Tata Tigor EV include XE, XM, and XZ+.

    Market Introduction

    Tata Motors launched the Tigor EV in India on 31 August, 2021. It is the most affordable electric vehicle in the carmaker’s lineup.

    Technical Specifications

    Utilising the brand’s Ziptron technology, the Tigor EV draws its power from a 26kWh lithium-ion battery pack. The electric sedan has an output of 74bhp and 170Nm of torque with a zero to 60kmph acceleration time of 5.7 seconds. It also supports CCS2 charging with support for fast charge as well as from any 15A plug point. When connected to a fast charger, the battery can be topped up from zero to 80 per cent in about 65 minutes. Tata Motors also claims an ARAI certified range of 306km. 

    The Tigor EV measures 3,993mm in length, is 1,532mm tall and 1,677mm wide, and boasts 2,450mm of wheelbase.

    Exterior and Design

    Visually, the Tigor EV resembles its ICE brother. However, select styling highlights like blue accents on the blanked-out front grille with a tri-arrow pattern, bumper-mounted LED DRLs, and 14-inch hyperstyle wheels are unique to this EV. 

    Interior and Features

    The cabin follows a dual black and white theme with blue inserts around the aircon vents. Besides this, it is loaded with features such as a seven-inch Harman touchscreen infotainment system with four speakers and four tweeters, a rear parking camera, electric boot unlock, cooled glovebox, auto-folding ORVMs, and height adjustment for the driver seat. 

    Colours

    There are two exterior shades to choose from – Daytona Grey and Teal Blue. Both the hues can be had with a black roof.

    Seating Capacity

    The Tata Tigor EV has a seating layout to accommodate five occupants.

    Rivals

    There are no direct rivals to the Tigor EV in the budget electric vehicle segment. However, it undercuts its elder sibling, the Nexon EV by Rs2 lakh.

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    • अच्छी बातें
      • Affordable passenger electric vehicle
      • Practical city run-about, silent drive experience
      • Four-star NCAP rating and decent feature list
    • और बेहतर हो सकती थीं
      • Range anxiety prevails
      • Misses out a few feel-good features
      • Could have been more aggressively priced

    टिगोर ईवी पर विचार

    The Tigor EV fits the bill with its reasonably spacious interiors that are feature-laden too. The fact that the market has already warmed up to its sibling, the Nexon EV, makes it a wee bit more convincing buy.

    टिगोर ईवी की समीक्षा

    With the first mover’s advantage, Tata now has two electric vehicles in their line-up.

    Engine and Performance

    Engine Shot

    Let’s get the numbers out of the way first. Unlike the Nexon EV which gets a 30.2kWh battery pack, the Tigor EV has a smaller 26kWh liquid-cooled battery pack. It powers a front-axle mounted electric motor that produces 74bhp (55kW) and 170Nm. Although it has a smaller battery compared to the Nexon EV, the claimed range is almost identical at 306 kilometres (Nexon’s at 312 kilometres). It also has zero to 80 per cent charging capacity achievable in 65 minutes through a 25kW CC2 fast charger. A normal 15amp home plug can charge the Tigor EV from zero to 80 per cent in eight hours and 45 minutes. 

    Gear Selector Dial

    To drive the Tigor EV, one has to look at the ‘Ready’ sign on the digital instrument cluster, depress the brake pedal, rotate the gear dial from N to D, and let go of the brake pedal. It’s a pretty conventional procedure so far and so is driving the Tigor EV. It drives like any other car. Get on the throttle and it responds nicely, although some might find the lack of any vibration and noise in an EV eerie. But in your everyday driving, the Tigor EV doesn’t feel out of place at any point. 

    Right Front Three Quarter

    One of the characteristics of the D mode is that it takes a little push to get up to speed. But with an extended right foot, you can easily get to triple-digit speed and maintain that without breaking a sweat. It’s surprising how well it manages to keep pace with traffic, be it at city speeds or out on the highway. Also, it responds fairly well to sudden throttle inputs – in case there’s a gap to wade through in traffic. But off the mark, there’s a slight hesitance from when the throttle is pressed and is lurching forward. But that’s perfectly livable and won’t be noticeable to many, especially those switching from a conventional powertrain. For everyday driving, the D mode is more than adequate. And with the judicial right foot and little help from regenerative braking, one can try to get close to the claimed range as well. 

    Left Side View

    Now, this is an EV. And modern-day EVs are neck-snapping quick. Although the Tigor EV is not punch-in-the-gut quick, switch to S mode and its docile characteristic transforms real quick. In the S mode, it is eager and feels hurried instantly. There are no other changes to the driving dynamics, but the sharper throttle response is a welcome change and is enough to keep you entertained with some enthusiastic driving. In our V-box tested time, the 0-60kmph run was achieved in a fairly brisk 5.32 seconds and 100kmph came up in 12.63 seconds. For perspective, that’s Maruti Suzuki Swift territory. In roll-on acceleration, the 20-80kmph run took 6.43 seconds, while the 40-100kmph was achieved in 10.09 seconds. So, the Tigor EV is no slouch. And for someone looking for an energetic runabout, the S mode in the Tigor EV will surely make itself worthwhile. The only trade-off here will be a reduced driving range. 

    Right Rear Three Quarter

    If we are to nitpick, the MID screen with the battery per cent and range display was either slow or inaccurate – thus inducing range anxiety which seemed feigned to an extent. Although the claimed range is above 300 kilometres, in real-world driving conditions it should be around 220-240 kilometres, given that it’s got a smaller battery compared to the Nexon EV. And when driven with a heavy foot (or enthusiastically in the S mode), the range plummets rather quickly. This is plausible in a budget car, so the owners will need to be mindful about the driving range and battery charge, and rely on their own driving experience rather than the figures on the MID. Otherwise, the Tigor EV effortlessly fits the bill for someone with a fixed driving schedule. 

    Ride and Handling

    Right Front Three Quarter

    Over the standard version, the electrified Tigor didn’t seem to depart much in terms of ride and handling. We liked the slight weight added to the steering but that’s about the only noticeable change. Going almost three turns lock-to-lock, the steering is still direct with little to no lag off-centre. And during U-turns or around lock-to-lock manoeuvres, the self-centring steering is a breeze to use. There is a perceptible amount of body roll but that only comes into play when pushed hard. Otherwise, the Tigor EV changes direction and darts into small gaps in traffic with good composure. 

    Left Side View

    In terms of ride quality, the Tigor EV remained unfazed through the pothole-festooned roads it trudged. Every bump and irregularity is absorbed nicely and only the sharpest of the creases were felt inside the cabin. Despite the heavier battery pack, there’s enough ground clearance to take on the bad patches of roads or badly-made speed breakers without scrapping the underbelly. At highway speeds, the ride gets even better and the high-speed stability is much better than we expected. On the flip side, the braking performance could have been better. Especially when mounting speed is easier in the EV. So, the brake’s feel and the bite could have been improved.

    Left Rear Three Quarter

    Interior Space and Quality

    Dashboard

    Over the standard Tigor, the electric version’s highlight inside the cabin is the circular dial replacing the gear lever. Also, there are electric-blue highlights around the air vents and on the digital instrument bezel along with Tata’s tri-pointed design in the blue-hue on the seat’s upholstery. These are the only few things that set the Tigor EV apart from the standard version. But then, this also makes everything inside the cabin feel familiar and conventional to use. 

    Front Row Seats

    The fit and finish of the cabin are, in typical Tata fashion, adequate and feel built-to-last. Although soft-touch plastic at some points would have elevated the cabin's ambience by a considerable margin. Space-wise, there are no complaints either – another Tata trait. There’s ample head and shoulder space with seats offering a good amount of support. On to the centre console, the seven-inch touchscreen is integrated with Tata’s new ZConnect connectivity feature. This is a new system that offers all the new-age connectivity and smartphone telephony with the addition of EV requirements like charging point locator, OTA updates, DTE, and battery status display.

    Second Row Seats

    As for the rear seats, the compact sedan offers a good amount of knee space but taller passengers might find their heads touching the roof. And sitting three abreast here for longer jaunts would be a tight affair too. You do get a centre armrest but rear air vents or backseat pockets are absent – which is a surprising miss out. Although, there are non-adjustable headrests and they offer decent support. 

    Bootspace

    Lastly, we come to the boot space. Accommodating a battery pack below, the spare wheel is tucked vertically inside the boot. There’s a square bag carrying the charging cable, stowed in the boot as well. Even the boot floor is slightly raised reducing the overall space to 316-litres. But it still isn’t bad by the segment standards and could gulp in a small suitcase and couple of duffle bags with ease. 

    Features and Equipment

    Infotainment System

    This range-topping XZ+ variant comes loaded with features like projector headlamps with sharp-looking LED DRLs, alloy wheel-styled wheels and wheel cover, Harman-sourced infotainment system with four speakers and tweeters, smart key with start-stop button, cooled glove-box, electric boot, and auto-folding ORVMs apart from the digital instrument cluster, auto AC, and all four power windows. In terms of safety, it gets ABS with EBD and CSD, dual airbags, rear parking sensors, seat-belt reminder system, speed alert system, speed-sensing auto door lock, rear parking camera, and most importantly – four-star NCAP safety rating. 

    Instrument Cluster

    But the fact that its price ranges into a C-segment sedan territory, we expected some more feel-good features in the Tigor EV like ambient lighting, wireless charger, sunroof, rear AC vents, ISOFIX, and more airbags. 

    Conclusion

    Front View

    Tata could have priced the Tigor EV even more aggressively thus pulling the heartstrings of more buyers looking for a city runabout that’s also lighter on the pocket. But the Tigor EV prices start at Rs 11.99 lakh (ex-showroom, India) and for the top-spec trim, it's Rs 13.14 lakh. Of course, the state-wise subsidy might see a variance (or lowering to an extent) in this price. But for what it’s worth, the pricing of the Tigor EV makes the Nexon EV look more value for money. That’s the only complaint we have about the otherwise well-thought-out, well-put-together Tigor EV. 

    Left Side View

    The Indian carmaker is confident in the Tigor EV’s apparent characteristics like lower running cost and high safety rating to attract more buyers. Especially the ones looking for early adoption into electrification. Whether the showroom footfalls remain with the Tigor EV or they put in a little extra money and get themselves the Nexon EV remains to be seen. But the Tigor EV in itself comes across as a viable and affordable offering with no direct rivals – making it difficult not to recommend. 

    Pictures by Kaustubh Gandhi

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