- Tata H2X EV will have a range of 200-230km.
- H2X will be the second EV to be based on the ALFA platform.
- It will rival the upcoming Mahindra KUV100 EV.
Tata H2X, internally codenamed as Tata Hornbill, will also have a pure electric version, according to a media report. The H2X EV will be the second product based on the ALFA architecture to get an electric variant, after the Altroz EV. The Tata H2X made its world premiere at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show in March.
Speaking about the company's product offensive in the EV segment, Guenter Butschek, CEO and Managing Director, Tata Motors, said, "Our first two offerings on the Alpha architecture will have an EV option." The company is looking at an extended driving range of 200-230km on a single charge. Tata Motors is also developing a new generation connected vehicle solution platform, which will be an integral part of the EV business.
The Tata H2X EV (Tata Hornbill EV) will rival the Mahindra KUV100 EV, which will go on sale in a year. The H2X EV will be the fourth electric vehicle from Tata Motors after the electric versions of Tiago, Tigor and Altroz. The Tiago EV will be a direct rival to the Maruti Suzuki WagonR EV and the Renault City K-ZE (Kwid EV), which was showcased yesterday at the Shanghai Motor Show 2019.
The Tigor EV will lead the fleet operations, while the Altroz EV will be an aspirational premium offering. Tata Motors has revealed that all these electric vehicles will be priced below Rs 15 lakhs, for them to be accessible to the masses.