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Tata Tigor Electric

Tata To Set Up 300 Fast Charging Stations By Mid-2020 Along With EV Roll Out

Aug 06, 2019

To be spread mainly across five metropolitan cities

Tata Confirms Nexon Electric SUV Among Four New EVs

Aug 02, 2019

The all-electric Nexon sub-4 metre SUV could share its powertrain with the upcoming Altroz EV


Delhi Gets 25 New Electric Car Fast Chargers

For the first time, a civic body (NDMC) has set up e-vehicle charging points in the country

Upcoming Sedans In 2019: Honda Civic, Toyota Camry, BMW 3 Series & More Cars

Jan 01, 2019

With SUVs and crossovers grabbing all the attention, do sedans have a future? Hopefully, these new models should help them stay relevant in 2019


Tata Tigor EV Now Available On Rent In Pune

Planning to buy an electric vehicle next? Here’s your chance to live with one first

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09 January, 2018

Auto Expo 2018: Tata Motors To Showcase Tigor EV and Impact 2.0

As we inch closer to the Auto Expo, more and more manufacturers take the wraps off their pavilions


15 December, 2017

Tata Delivers First Batch Of Tigor EVs To EESL

250 cars delivered on the occasion of the National Energy Conservation Day


03 October, 2017

Tata To Provide 10,000 Electric Cars To Government; Could It Be Tigor Electric?

Valued at around Rs 1,120 crore, this is the largest deal in the world for a single electric vehicle. Going by speculations, the EV in question could be the Tigor Electric


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Protestors take to the streets of Burkina Faso's capital Ouagadougou calling for President Roch Marc Christian Kabore to resign. The protest comes after the deadliest attack in years against the security forces in the...

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