also plans to launch another variant of the e-Tigor with a higher range. The upcoming charging points will be able to fully charge a Tigor within 70-90 minutes. The future chargers will be different for the new models that Tata Motors brings.
The Tata Power-operated chargers will comply with Bharat Standard (15 kW) for the initial 50 chargers. Going forward, it will also have charging stations that will adhere to 30-50 kW DC CCS2 Standard. These chargers can be accessed by any electric vehicle
user, having cars compatible to the above charging standards. Tata Motors EV owners will get the attractive charging tariff developed jointly by Tata Power
and Tata Motors.
The partnership is an important milestone in our journey to offer complete ecosystem solutions and offer peace of mind to our customers, Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD of Tata Motors, said in a statement.
In his address to the shareholders at Tata Motors annual general meeting earlier this week, Chairman N Chandrasekaran said the company had “recalibrated its ambitions higher” in the EV space after the recent announcements by the government to boost demand. As part of the plan, it is looking to launch multiple new EV models in the foreseeable future.