There are a lot of sales of fuel-powered hatchback cars because people in India do not currently have access to affordable electric vehicles. Now, affordable electric vehicles could enter the Indian market in the future, and with the MG Air, the electric version of the Tata Nano might also be introduced. Electra EV specifically designed the Nano electric, which Ratan Tata currently owns. The Tata and Nano logos from the body panels have been taken off for the same. The XM version of the Nano is the basis for the vehicle. According to looks, the vehicle is identical to any other normal Nano on the road. The car still has the same dimensions, design, and interior. The new digital instrument cluster designed for this car is the only visible interior alteration. According to reports, the Tata Nano will soon be available for purchase under the name Jayem Neo, and it will have a low price and a good range.
When will Tata Nano Electric be launched?
In 2018, Coimbatore-based company Jayem introduced the electric variant of Nano with its badge as Jayem Neo Electric and decided to give 400 units of it to cab aggregator Ola. In the coming time, common people will also be able to buy Jayne Neo, and an official announcement about it can be made soon.
How much is the price, and what is the battery range?
According to reports, the Jayem Neo version of the Nano EV, which might price up to Rs 5 lakh, may be launched in the coming days. This car uses a 72V battery pack and has a 200-kilometre maximum driving range on a single charge.
Nano electric car features:
The Nano Electric has numerous unique features, such as electric power steering, air conditioning, front power windows, Bluetooth, a multi-information display, and a remote locking system. The Nano Electric project has reportedly been assigned to Jayem by Tata Motors, who also acquired him.