Engine and specification:
Propelling the Tata Altroz EV could be the same battery pack that is currently used in the Nexon EV. However, the model is likely to receive a different power output and driving range. The driving range could lie north of the 300km mark.
Compared to the ICE-powered Altroz, the EV version is expected to receive a new grille, a redesigned air dam, a new teal blue colour, electric blue accents all around, and the absence of an exhaust pipe at the rear.
Interior and features:
The interiors of the Tata Altroz EV are likely to remain largely identical to its ICE counterpart. The only change we expect is the lack of a mechanical gearbox, which will result in more space around the centre console.
The upcoming Tata Altroz EV will have a seating capacity of five occupants.