The Tata Tigor is a subcompact sedan manufactured by Tata Motors in India based on the Tata Tiago hatchback. It was launched in India in March 2017. In October 2019, Tata Motors has launched the Tigor EV for private owners. Its facelift model was launched on 31 August 2021. Following the footstep of its ICE (Internal Combustion Engine) sibling, the Tata Tigor EV has also been lauded by GNCAP with a 4 star rating for adult (12.00 points out of 17.00) and child (37.24 points out of 49.00) occupant protection. Set to scale new heights in the dynamic world of electric mobility, the Tigor EV features Tata Motors’ proprietary high voltage EV architecture, Ziptron, and is built on the three strong pillars of Technology, Comfort, and Safety.

Electric: Ziptron, Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor with 26 kWh High energy density Lithium-ion battery pack, 74 HP power, 170 Nm torque, 0-60 kmph in 5.7 seconds, 120 kmph top speed (Approx.), 80% charge from 15A plug: 8 hour 45 mins, 80% charge from 25 kW DC charger: 65 mins, 306 km range in full charge, 1235 kg kerb weight, Single speed automatic transmission

4 Variants: XE, XM, XZ+, XZ+ DT

1 Upholstery: Black Fabric with Tri allow theme

2 Wheels: 14 inch steel, 14 inch steel with Hyperstyle wheel cover

2 Colours: Teal Blue, Grey (Dual tone- Black roof)

Price range: Rs. 11.99 lakh – Rs. 13.14 lakh (Ex-showroom, Delhi)