The most popular Indian Automobile company, Tata comes up with new versions of its Tata Tigor EV. After introducing its 4 different variants XE, XT, XZ+, and XZ+ Luxury in August 2021, the company has upgraded all these variants to bring up more standard EVs in the market.

Prior to the upgrade on the Tigor EV, Tata also upgraded its most popular electric model, Nexon EV. The new Nexon EV now gives an additional range and power. The new Tigor EV has a 4-level regeneration feature like that of the Nexon Prime and Nexon Max EV. Similarly, the pressure monitoring system, cruise control, smartwatch integrated connectivity, etc. are supplements in the new customized variant.

Among all the improvizations, Tata has fully replaced Tigot EV XT with Tigor EV XM.

To know details of the updates done on the features, keep reading!


Electric Motor TypePermanent Magnet Synchronous Electric Motor
Electric Motor Power55 kW(74.7 PS)
Electric Motor Torque170 Nm
Body TypeSedan
Battery TypeLi-ion
Battery Pack26 kWh High energy density
Thermal Management SystemLiquid Cooled
Ingress Protection for Motor & Battery PackIp 67
Acceleration5.7 60 km/h (sec)
Max Restart Gradeability29%
EmissionZero Tailpipe Emission
TransmissionSingle Speed transmission for automatic like drive
Seating Capacity5
Number of Doors4
Length3993 mm
Height1532 mm
Wheelbase2450 mm
Boot Space2450 mm
Tyre Size175/65 R14
Tyre SpecLow rolling resistance tyres
SteeringElectrically Power Assisted
Turning Circle Radius5.1 m
Front BrakeDisc
Rear BrakeDrum
Front SuspensionIndependent MacPherson Strut with Coil Spring
Rear SuspensionTwist beam with dual path strut
AC Charge time from plug point (estimated)9.4 hours
AC Charging time from home wall box charger (estimated)9.4 hours
DC fast charging time 59 minutes
Driving Range315 km (ARAI Certified )
Piano Black RoofAvailable only in ZX+Lux
Seats with leatherette upholsteryAvailable only in ZX+Lux

Tigor EV Rivals

The latest updates on the Tigor EV have certainly ignited new competition for the Tigor EV. The company’s Nexon EV might get listed at the top when it comes to the actual market competition for the Tigor EV.

Moreover, Tigor EV has more fuel-based rivals than EV rivals. Especially the sedan cars like Honda Amaze, Mahindra E Verito, Maruti Suzuki Dzire, and Hyundai Aura are tough rivals to The Tigor EV variants including XE, XM, XZ+, and XZ+ Luxury.

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Although Tata Tigor has already been launched in Nepal, it has not yet gotten popularity like its counterpart, Tata Nexon EV. However, the latest versions can compete well with the company’s own other products for the price it comes in. Although the luxury version is not available in Nepal, Nepal has a Dual Tone version of the Tigor EV. So, let’s know the ex-showroom price for all these variants in Nepal:

Tata Tigor XENRS 29,99,000
Tata Tigor XMNRS 31,49,000
Tata Tigor XZ+NRS 32,99,000
Tata Tigor XZ+ DTNRS 33,49,000

The price of the cars imported from India keeps changing as per the taxation system set by the government of Nepal. So, let’s find the ex-showroom price in India for the variants of Tata Tigor:

Tata Tigor XEINR 12,49,000
Tata Tigor XT (now XM)INR 12,99,000
Tata Tigor XZ+INR 13,49,000
Tata Tigor XZ+ LuxuryINR 13,75,000



Is Tata Tigor EV available in Nepal?

Yes, Tata Tigor EV is available in Nepal in 4 different variants.

Has Tata Tigor XT EV changed its name?

Yes, Tata Tigro XT EV has replaced its name with Tata Tigor XM EV.

Can Tata Tigor EV be charged at home?

Yes, Tata EVs can be charged at home with a wall box charger.

Does Tata Tigor have a fast charging system?

Yer, Tata Tigor has a DC fast charging system.