Tata will test Ziptron stuffing on Nexon EV electric carOctober 7, 2019
The pre-production SUV is being tested by a well-known married couple in India – actor and producer Milind Soman and his wife Ankita Convar. They will arrange a real trip around the country and share with the local public their impressions of the new items.
Indian Tata Motors is going to try their hand at the personal electric car segment. This will happen in the first quarter of 2020, and the role of the debut model will be Nexon EV. This is the battery version of the Nexon subcompact SUV. It is known that on it the brand is testing the new Ziptron technology. On one charge, such an electric car will be able to drive about 300 kilometers, and its cost will vary between 1.5-1.7 million rupees
With such prices, the novelty will be 1.4-1.6 times cheaper than the Hyundai Kona Electric. But the usual Nexon in Indian car dealerships costs from 658 457 rupees.
Under the name Ziptron, Tata is promoting its range of units: it is a liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery, a special electric motor and power electronics integrated in one unit with a motor and transmission, again with liquid cooling.
Before entering the market, Tata Nexon EV will be tested by Milind Soman. As part of this advertising move, the car will travel through many areas of India, including those where the charging infrastructure is practically absent. There is no information on the debut date of the electric news. Probably, the Indian electric car will be presented at the Auto Expo 2020, which will open its doors on February 7 in the city of Noida near New Delhi.
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