Tata Punch EV: Launching in October, features and specifications revealed
In India, Tata Motors is rapidly enhancing its selection of electric vehicles (EVs). Recently, the automaker announced Tata. ev, the new brand name for its EV vertical. The new Nexon EV, set to debut on September 14th, will be the first product launched under this new brand name, according to a recent teaser on social media.
According to a recent source, the Tata Punch all-electric model would debut before the upgraded Nexon EV. Since the petrol-powered Punch made its debut in 2021, a battery-powered version of Punch has been in development for a very long time, and its release has been eagerly anticipated.
What to expect from Tata Punch EV?
The Punch EV is believed to be supported by the ALFA platform, just as its counterpart that runs on fossil fuels, but it will be updated with Tata’s gen-2 EV architecture. The internal combustion engine (ICE) arrangement will essentially be converted to an EV system as a result. With this construction, the front wheels are driven by a permanent magnet synchronous motor and a battery that is liquid-cooled.
Also anticipated for the Punch EV is Tata’s Ziptron powertrain, which already powers the Tigor, Tiago, and Nexon EV models. Punch EV is anticipated to be sold with two battery sizes and a variety of charging methods, similar to other EVs in the automaker’s lineup. Although its range is unknown, we anticipate the future all-electric micro SUV will have a driving range of more than 300 kilometers.
Tata Punch EV: Predicted features and design
According to recent sources, the Punch EV would be Tata’s first all-electric vehicle with a charging outlet positioned on the front bumper.
The all-electric Punch is likely to get a distinctive alloy wheel design and some standard EV-specific stylistic tweaks to make it stand out from its twin, even though the design is anticipated to be comparable to the ICE version.
With the exception of a few changes like blue accents on the dashboard and center console and a new two-spoke steering wheel that debuted on the recently released facelifted Nexon, the interior layout will likely stay the same. The larger 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment display found in the new Nexon as well as the more expensive Tata variants may be the other significant improvement.