According to N Chandrasekaran, India would Adopt EVs Faster than Expected

By Consultants Review Team Friday, 05 January 2024

Tata Sons Chairman N Chandrasekaran chronicled Tata Motors' electric car journey from its inception four years ago in a social media post. The announcement by Chandrasekaran comes as the business prepares to open its first TATA.ev stores in Gurugram this week.

Chandrasekaran stated on LinkedIn, "Tata Motors made a foray into the EV segment four years ago, and with the help of the Tata UniEVerse, we have been successful in driving EV adoption in India." He also posted photos of the Gurugram stores.

Tata Motors has achieved many milestones in the four years since its inception, according to him. "Today, we have over 1.2 lakh Tata EVs and close to 5,000 Tata Power charging stations." "We have given our customers a variety of options to join the growing EV community with a wide range of products, including the Nexon EV, Nexon EV Max, Tiago.ev, Tigor EV, XPRES T, and the soon-to-be launched Punch.ev," he said.

Chandrasekaran also stated that their first exclusive TATA.ev stores will open to the public this week in Gurugram. He stated that this demonstrates their strong commitment to EVs and their fight for sustainability. He believes that EV adoption in India will be far faster than previously predicted.

Tata Motors intends to build next-generation powertrains that would deliver noiseless super performance while emitting zero emissions. They intend to attain net zero emissions by 2045. Future-ready technologies such as hydrogen-powered internal combustion engines, efficient fuel delivery systems, battery electric powertrains, and hydrogen fuel cell powered electric vehicles, according to the report, will expedite the adoption of clean mobility.

TATA.ev stores in Gurugram Sector 14 and Sohna Road, which were inaugurated on December 21, will be open to the public on January 7. Tata intends to open a large number of new showrooms during the next 12-18 months. All materials utilized in these stores are recycled or recyclable and acquired locally. Tata Motors aspires to set new standards in the electric vehicle category, with a particular emphasis on connectivity, design, performance, and safety across its electric vehicle lineup.


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