Tata Motors is set to introduce its fourth electric vehicle to the Indian market very soon. The automaker is busy testing on public roads ahead of the launch of the Punch EV, which is based on its smallest SUV. The Punch EV has once again been spotted testing on Indian roads in near-production form, wrapped in camouflage. According to Tata Motors, the Punch EV could hit the roads by the end of the year. This will be part of Tata’s EV lineup, which also includes electric avatars of the Nexon, Tigor, and Tiago models. When the Punch EV hits the market, it will compete with models such as the Citroen eC3.
Several details about the upcoming Tata Punch EV have been revealed in the latest spy video of the compact electric SUV. A good example of this is the design of the test mule’s headlights, which gives away almost everything about the vehicle. According to reports, the fourth electric vehicle from Tata will also feature a similar LED headlight setup that was introduced in the Nexon EV facelift. As for the front lighting, it is expected to get the Nexon-like connected DRL, similar to the one on Nexon’s. It is a different design for the alloy wheels, and they will have a five-spoke design that makes them stand out. There will also be a tweak to the taillight design and it is expected that it will look very similar to those that can be seen on the Nexon EV.
Previous spy shots suggested that the Punch EV would feature an updated interior. It is likely to get a new two-spoke steering wheel with the digital logo that was first introduced on the facelifted Nexon and Nexon EV SUV. The touchscreen infotainment system can be either a 7-inch unit or a new 10.25-inch unit. The Punch EV will also feature a rotary shifter along with a redesigned instrument cluster to display EV-related information. An electronic parking brake is also available as an option.
In addition to the air conditioning system, the Punch EV may also be equipped with a wireless charger and a sunroof. In addition to six airbags, ABS with EBD, ESC, and a tire pressure monitoring system (TPMS), the Punch EV is expected to include several safety features.
The Punch EV is also expected to be available in both mid-range and long-range versions, which is similar to what Tata Motors has done with its Nexon EV. Depending on the size of the battery, it may be the same as that of the Tigor EV or the Nexon EV. Unless the long-range version of the Tata Punch EV is introduced, the vehicle will have a range of over 300 kilometers on a single charge.
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