TATA Altroz All Set To Fight Its Rivals In EV Segments.

Tata Altroz Overview

Indian auto giant TATA has developed another electric car. The company has almost completed the electric model of its premium hatchback car Altroz.

The TATA Altroz EV, set to hit the market by mid-2022, is expected to have the highest driving range of electric cars.

In addition, the company, which has already launched Nexon EV and Tigor EV, will bring Altroz into the premium hatchback segment.

TATA had unveiled the concept of Altroz EV at Auto Expo 2020 about two years ago. The idea features an attractive Altorz with a blue exterior and chrome inserts.

What Is The Expected Powertrain Of The TATA Altroz EV:

According to various reports, the TATA Altroz EV will have a larger battery than the 30.2 kWh battery currently provided on the Nexon EV.

On the other hand, the company had offered the Tigor an even smaller battery than the Nexon.

Therefore, targeting customers who want more range, the battery size is expected to increase in the new Altroz.

However, the company still hasn’t provided any official information in this regard.

What Will Be The Maximum Range From TATA Altroz EV:


Based on Tata’s Zyptroz technology, the Altroz EV will support DC fast chargers. In addition, the company will prepare it so that it can be charged from 0 to 80 percent in just 60 minutes.

However, according to the latest sources, the Altroz EV could acquire a significantly larger battery ranging from 500 kilometers.

The larger battery pack is likely to make its way to Nexon EV in the future, extending the vehicle’s range. The electric crossover can travel up to 312 kilometers (ARAI tested driving range).


Sipradi Trading, Tata’s official distributor, is currently selling Nexon EVs in Nepal.

The company is preparing to start selling Tigor EV soon. In this way, it can be estimated that the Altroz EV will come to Nepal shortly after it is made public in India.

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