Tata trademarks 4 new names for its upcoming electric vehicle portfolio
For its forthcoming automobiles, Tata Motors has registered four new vehicle names. Tata Motors has trademarked the names Styzor, Bovita, Auroar, and Xiomara, which might reflect potential electric vehicles in the company's range.
Tata Motors intends to extend its electric vehicle lineup, which will include ten vehicles by 2026. It's possible that Styzor, Bovita, Auroar, and Xiomara will be built on the Curvv concept's previously revealed Gen 2 EV design, or will use the Avinya concept's Gen 3 skateboard platform.
Tata Passenger Electric Mobility, the company's EV branch, was established late last year, and with enough cash, it is increasing the ante for Tata's electric future. Last year, the company stated that by 2026, it expects to offer ten electric vehicles.
The Tata Curvv and Tata Avinya prototypes are set to emerge in the next three years, and the company is also claimed to be developing an all-electric SUV named Sierra. In India, Tata has a market dominance of more than 90 percent in the electric passenger car class.
The Nexon EV Max, which has a bigger battery and a 437 km ARAI-certified range, was just introduced by Tata.
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