712 Electrical Vehicles delivered in Maharashtra and Goa by Tata Motors in Single day

Electrical Vehicles

Tata Motors, India’s leading automobile company, and its dealer partners sold 712 electrical vehicles (564 Nexon EVs and 148 Tigor EVs) in the largest single day delivery ever seen in the country.  Tata Motors is proactively driving the adoption of electric mobility in India by commanding a market share of 87% (11M, FY 22) and having over 21500 Tata electric cars on the roads.

According to Mr. Vivek Srivatsa – Head, Marketing, Sales and Service Strategy, Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd. “As India treads towards electrification in mobility, Tata Motors takes pride in being the market leaders in this space by providing thoughtfully packaged products that are helping customers.

Today’s occasion of delivering 712 EVs in a single day to customers across Maharashtra and Goa (a milestone achieved by a 4 wheeler manufacturer in India) is a feat we are ecstatic about. It not only proves the successful inroads that Tata Motors’ EVs have made in the personal mobility space but also stands as a testament to the value and confidence customers are seeing in them. Tata Motors is constantly working towards educating and enhancing the adoption of electric mobility in India and we hope that this occasion sets an example for other states to join and support India’s green wave.”

In another effort to accelerate the adoption of EVs in India, Tata Motors is collaborating with other Tata Group companies such as Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Auto Components, Tata Motors Finance and Croma to create a new EV ecosystem called “Tata UniEVerse”.

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