Tata Motors has recently bagged an order to supply 400 Tigor EVs to Lithium Urban Technologies.
- Tata Motors and Lithium signed a contract under which Tata Motors will be supplying 400 Tigor Sedan EV to Lithium.
- Tata will deliver the EVs by FY20.
- These Tigor EVs will have an extended range of 213kms.
- Tata plans to additionally supply 100 more EVs which would include Tata’s future EVs like the Nexon EV.
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This partnership will play a crucial role in helping Lithium expand its current fleet of 1000 EVs to almost 1500 EVs. Hence, Lithium will continue to be the largest EV based mobility service provider.
Further, both companies aim to address the requirements of the customers who are looking forward to unique mobility solutions across various segments.
Lithium looks forward to differentiating their service offerings through the induction of Tigor Ev and future EVs under their partnership with Tata Motors. They also aim to ensure the availability of new form factors and enable the viability of new market segments across passenger, mass transit and freight.
Why Tata Tigor EV?
Considering the Tata Tigor EV for the latest addition in their fleet seems a wise choice. This is because this car is available for both fleet and personal segment customers. The customers buying this vehicle for commercial purposes can also avail the FAME II incentive, therefore, making it a popular choice!
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