Following Nano, Tata is out with another feat – an Electric Version of Nano. Promising an Eco-Friendly version of its ultra affordable Nano, Tata unveiled the Nano EV at the 80th Geneva Motor Show. Though this smallie won’t be a doozy in the sprint, but with a top speed of 110 Kmph, it vows to reach 60 Kmph in under 10 seconds. Accompanied by super polymer lithium ion batteries, the CO2 emission would be only 10.5g/Km. Built on the existing Nano platform, this EV can easily accommodate four adults.
Exhibiting a sense of responsibility towards the environment, Vice Chairman, Tata Motors, Ravi Kant said “Electrification will be an integral part of our initiative to launch environment-friendly vehicles. The Indica Vista EV will be introduced in select European countries beginning this year. We will progressively introduce electric vehicles in all relevant markets.”
Though, this hatchback’s rollout at home is yet to be decided, it will surely be two tears after its launch in the European market. Also, along with commencing the production and selling Nano EV, Tata plans to to set in showrooms, its already launched Indica Vista EV in Europe, later this year.