Tata Motors, the largest commercial vehicle manufacturer in India, started deliveries of the new Ace EV on Monday. The Ace EV is India’s most advanced, zero-emission, 4-wheel small commercial vehicle. The first fleet of Ace EVs will be delivered to leading e-commerce, FMCG and courier companies and their logistics services providers, such as Amazon, Delivery, DHL (Express & Supply Chain), FedEx, Flipkart, Johnson & Johnson Consumer Health, Moving, Safeexpress and Trent Limited has given.
Tata Ace EV is the first product to get Tata Motor’s EVOGEN powertrain, which gives a certified range of 154 km. The new model is claimed to offer a safe and all-weather ride with an advanced battery cooling system and regenerative braking system.
The vehicle supports both regular and fast charging systems for high uptime. It gets a 27kW (36bhp) motor which generates a peak torque of 130Nm. The Tata Ace EV is claimed to have a cargo volume of 208 cubic feet or 3332.16 kg/cubic meter and a grade-ability of 22 per cent that can easily climb uphill even when fully loaded.