Tata Motors marks 1 lakh EV sales; total sales jumped from 50,000 to 1 lakh in the last 9 months

Tata Motors recently marked a milestone of 1 lakh electric car sales. Reports state that in the last 9 months, the company’s sales went from about 50,000 units to about 1 lakh units.

Tata Motors have been investing effectively in recent times. The company’s EV catalog now includes Tata Tiago EV, Tata Tigor EV, Tata Nexon EV Prime, and Tata Nexon EV Max.

Other than these vehicles the company is also working on upgrading their Tata Nexon EV. The updated version is expected to be introduced by September 2023. Along with it, the company plans on launching EV modes of their Punch, Harrier, and Curvv in the upcoming year. With the production versions of these cars, concepts of the Avinya, and the battery-powered versions of Punch and Altroz, the company aims on setting up a full range of electric cars.

According to reports, the company’s EVs have so far covered about 1.4 billion kilometers of distance. Along with it, reports also claim that Tata Motor EVs have saved about 2,19,432 tons of CO2.

Recently, Tata Motors introduced a TATA Power EZ Charge Card for their EVs. With the use of this card, Tata Motors EV users can charge their vehicles instantly with a tap. You can check our previous detailed report about it here.

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