Tata Motors earlier yesterday made an announcement that it has managed to roll-out 1000-units of the Nexon EV. It's been about 6-months since the Nexon EV went on sale. The kind of volumes the Nexon EV has done for Tata Motors is sizeable considering the current situation for the EVs in India. Tata Motors claim to have a market share of 62% in the segment of EVs for the first quarter of Financial Year 2021.
The Nexon EV uses a 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery that powers an electric motor which has an output of 127 BHP and 245 Nm. The company claims that the car can do a 0-100 km/h sprint in 9.9 seconds. The battery is said to have an ARAI-certified maximum range of over 312 km on a single charge (MIDC cycle). It has fast charging capability and can be charged to 80% of its capacity using a DC fast charger in 1 hour. Using a standard AC charger, it takes 8-9 hours to charge to 100%. Tata Motors also revealed their subscription model for the Nexon EV and this program targets at usership over ownership for those who aren't really sure owning an Electric Vehicle.
Apart from the Nexon EV, Tata Motors also produces the Tigor EV Electric Sedan, with a range of 140 km and 213 km.