Earlier this month, the automaker posted a few teaser images, revealing various new features of the Tiago EV, such as connected car features with smartwatch compatibility, cruise control, leatherette seat covers, and re-gen modes. It is also likely to feature a blanked-off grille, redesigned bumpers, and new alloy wheels.
The Tiago EV is expected to get the 26kWh battery pack and electric powertrain from the Tigor EV. This electric powertrain produces 74bhp and 170Nm of torque and provides an ARAI-certified range of 306km. As shown in the teaser images, it will also feature fast charging. Notably, the Tigor EV supports 25kW DC charging, which can charge from zero to 80 per cent in claimed 65 minutes.