Tata Motors to deploy 1,000 XPres-T EVs for cab services
Tata Motors and EC Wheels India Private Limited have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to deploy 1,000 XPres-T electric vehicles. The automaker will shortly start making staggered delivery of the EVs.
Tata Motors introduced the XPres sub-brand in July 2021, with the XPres-T serving as its debut model. There are two variants of the Tata XPres-T, with 21.5kWh and 16.5kWh battery packs. They each claim to have a range of 213 km and 165 km, respectively and can be charged from empty to 80 percent capacity in 90 and 110 minutes, respectively.
A Harman infotainment system, automatic temperature control, electrically-adjustable ORVMs, alloy wheels, reverse parking sensors, twin front airbags, and blue accents inside and out are some of the Tata XPres-standout T's features.
Sharing his views on the occasion, Ramesh Dorairajan, Senior General Manager Network Management & EV Sales, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd said, "Tata Motors has always been focusing on the faster adoption of EVs in the mobility space, helping grow India's e-mobility market. We are delighted to partner with EC Wheels India Pvt Ltd for the largest deployment of electric sedans in the fleet segment for the eastern region. With a market share of 90% in the EV fleet segment in India and the Eastern region, X-PRES T EV has created a new benchmark as it offers Enhanced safety, Fast charging solution, a Premium interior theme along with Dynamic performance at an Affordable Price. With this association, we have taken a giant leap towards future of mobility, helping the country to #EvolveToElectric."
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