Tata Nano EV (Electra)

Tata Nano EV (Electra)


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₹ 5,00,000
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Our take on this /// Verdict
The Tata Nano EV (Electra) is a unique vehicle that provides an economical solution for those looking for a low-cost electric car. It offers great value for money, with a range of up to 150km on a single charge. The cabin is spacious and comfortable, with plenty of legroom for passengers. The car has a top speed of 80km/h, which is adequate for city driving. The battery pack is small and lightweight, making the car easy to manoeuvre. The battery pack is also relatively inexpensive, making it a great option for those on a budget. In conclusion, the Tata Nano EV (Electra) is an excellent choice for those looking for an economical electric car.

The 2023 Tata Nano EV (Electra) is expected to be priced around Rs 5 lakh in India (ex-showroom). This electric car is available in Pearl White color option.

Latest Updates
Saturday, 14 January 2023 11:48 AM Tata Motors is reportedly hard at work reviving Ratan Tata's dream project, the Nano, in an electric form. The news was first confirmed earlier this year, when the former chairman himself received an electric version of the Nano from the Pune-based Electra EV start-up which he founded himself. This has led to speculations that the company is indeed working on a completely new, built from the ground up, born-electric version of the Nano. The company is yet to reveal any further details about the project, but it is expected that this electric Nano will be powered by a battery pack and is expected to come with a range of features like a digital instrument cluster and a touchscreen infotainment system. It is also expected that the new EV will be priced competitively, making it a viable option for those looking for an affordable electric car.
Monday, 16 January 2023 01:25 AM Tata Motors is set to launch the Jayem Neo – Tata Nano EV in India around November 2017. The company has been working on the development of the electric version of the Tata Nano for a while now. The launch will mark the beginning of a new era for the company. The new vehicle will be powered by a 48V Li-Ion battery pack that will offer a range of up to 140 kilometers. The electric version of the Nano is expected to be priced around Rs. 4-5 lakhs.
Monday, 16 January 2023 01:29 AM Tata Motors is gearing up to expand its electric vehicle lineup with the acquisition of Ford's car manufacturing facility in Tamil Nadu. This move will further cement Tata Motors' standing in the Indian EV market, and in turn help the company to further develop its proprietary Ziptron EV Tech. With this, Tata Motors will be able to offer a range of electric vehicles, from the Nano electric to its upcoming electric vehicles.
Wednesday, 18 January 2023 10:37 AM

Tata Nano EV is expected to be launched in December 2023 and will be priced at an affordable rate. It is expected to come with some advanced features that make it more efficient and cost-effective for the consumers. Some of the features include a better battery capacity, improved electric motor, and other features that make it stand out from other electric vehicles. The electric motor will be capable of delivering more power with less energy consumption. It will also be equipped with regenerative brakes, regenerative suspension system, and other features that make it more efficient and cost-effective. 

With this launch, Tata Motors is expected to revolutionize the EV market and make it more accessible to a wider range of consumers.

Car Variant 2024 Tata Nano EV (Electra)
Availability Status in India Upcoming
Car Type Hatchback
Fuel Type Electric
Latest Price in India 2024 Tata Nano EV (Electra) is expected to be priced around Rs 5 lakh in India (ex-showroom).
Colour Options Pearl White
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Top Speed 110 kmph
Gearbox Type Single Speed
Maximum Power 23 HP
Maximum Torque 85 Nm
Engine Details 72V 3-phase AC Induction Motor
Driving Modes
Drivetrain FWD
Emission Norms Zero Tailpipe Emission, Green Vehicle
Electric Range 160 km
0-60 kmph 10 seconds
Overall Length 2497 mm
Overall Width 1526 mm
Overall Height 1616 mm
Wheelbase 1600 mm
Ground Clearance 180 mm
Kerb Weight 800 kg
Seating Capacity 4
Number of Seating Rows 2 Rows
Number of Doors 4 Doors
Front Brakes Disc
Rear Brakes Drum
Suspension Independent Gas filled struts, Coil Springs
Parking Brakes Intelligent Remote Parking Assistance
Alloy Wheels
Wheels 15-inch
Wireless Smartphone Charging
Steering Adjustment (Rake)
Steering Mounted Controls Steering Wheel Audio Controls
Rear AC Vents
Remote Fuel Filler
Steering Adjustment (Reach)
Air Conditioner Automatic Climate Control
Keyless Entry
Power Steering Normal
Rear Defogger
Engine Start/Stop Button
Rear Washer & Wiper
Cruise Control
Rain Sensing Wipers
Power Windows
Remote Boot Release
Body Coloured Bumpers
Outside Rear-view Mirrors Both Side
Tinted Glass
Tyre Pressure Monitoring system
Airbags Dual Front Airbags
Rear View Camera
Parking Sensors
Electronic Brake Distribution (EBD)
Anti-lock Braking System (ABS)
Electronic Stability Program (ESP)
Traction Control
Brake Assist
Central Locking Manual
Instrument Cluster Semi-Digital Instrument Cluster
Xenon Headlamps
Front Fog Lights
DRLs (Daytime Running Lights)
Darkness Sensing Headlamps
ORVM Turn Indicators
Internet Connectivity Features iRA Connectivity Technology
Apple Car Play
Android Auto
Music System 7.0-Inch Touchscreen Infotainment System with Navigation System
Leather Seats No
Folding Rear Seats
Rear Centre Armrest No
Driver Seat Adjustment Manual
Key Features of the Car
Steering Bottomflat Steering Wheel
Battery Lithium-ion Battery
Battery Gross Capacity 28.0 kWh (Permanent Magnet Synchronous Motor)

Tata Nano EV (Electra) Review

20 May, 2022 10:02 AM


The idea of electric Nano came to life back in 2018 and Tata had planned to introduce it to the Indian roads. The petrol version of the most affordable car was not a success in the Indian market. Maybe that factored in the reasons for the EV not seeing the light of day back then. However, that changed in February 2022 when Electra EV presented their founder Ratan Tata with the Electric Nano, calling it the moment of truth for them and their creation.

Electrodrive Powertrain Solutions Pvt Ltd or Electra EV is India’s EV powertrain solution company based in Pune, and Ratan Tata himself founded it in 2017. They offer relevant and affordable EV powertrain solutions, systems and services to support OEMs, orchestrators and T-1 suppliers, and also work with global electric mobility providers to enable optimised EV solutions for Asian markets.

Electra EV shared a picture in a post on LinkedIn in February 2022, which had Ratan Tata and his assistant Shantanu Naidu with the custom-made electric Nano. In the comments, Shantanu appreciated the performance of the custom-built 72V Nano EV and wrote, “It glided more than it drove… good job”. So far, the post has gathered 47K+ reactions and 700+ comments, people are urging the company to expand the production of Nano EV.

The car that was delivered to Ratan Tata is a four-seater with an expected range of 160 km. In terms of performance, we expect it to reach the top speed of 110 km/h and speed up from 0 to 60 km/h in less than 10 seconds. The custom-built Nano EV is based on the same 72V platform, which enabled the Electra EV to increase the driving range of the Tigor EV (Taxi version) to 140 km by modifications. And they successfully increased the range of the Tigor Xpress T EV to 213 km without affecting the powertrain.

Design and style-wise Nano EV looks very similar to the Tata Nano petrol version. It is still the same hatchback, with four seats and four doors. As for the powertrain, super polymer lithium-ion batteries now sit at the heart of the most affordable car. The 72V powertrain is more powerful than the 48V system that was provided to the SainikPod Sit & Go mobility service in Bangalore.

Currently, Tata has Nexon EV, Nexon EV MAX and Tigor EV in the market, Nano EV could be critical in helping them realise their goal of producing 10 electric vehicles in the next five years. Among the upcoming electric cars from Tata Motors, Altroz and Tiago might be the ones to get the electric versions next. We expect Electra EV to offer Nano EV as economical as before and 2025 might be the year for its launch to the Indian Nano EV wanters.

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User Reviews for Tata Nano (2019)

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Waiting for the Tata Nano EV

Anju Rani | One year ago
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When it comes to the Tata Nano EV, you get the best of both worlds. It will be a great city car that offers enough space for passengers, perfect for a first car or a second car in the family. Not to mention the efficient engine and ample pulling power that make it a dream to drive. As an auto enthusiast, you'll be proud to have this car in your garage.

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Game changer in the electric car market

Kalika Dubey | 3 years ago
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The TATA Nano Electric car is set to be a game changer in the electric car market. It has been designed to offer a range of 160 kilometers per charge, a top speed of 110 km/h, and an acceleration of 0-60 kmph in under 10 seconds. The car has been designed to resemble the petrol-powered Nano in appearance, featuring a four-seater hatchback. With these features, the TATA Nano Electric car is likely to provide an affordable and efficient option for city commuters. In addition, the car is expected to be launched at some point in 2021, with a price tag yet to be announced.

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Looks promising

Punit Kumar | One year ago
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The Nano EV is equipped with a 72V architecture and super polymer lithium-ion batteries. It has a maximum range of 160 km on a single charge and the company claims it can reach 60 km/h in under 10 seconds. Ratan Tata first tested the car in August 2020, and he was so impressed with its performance that he decided to gift it to himself. This is a great example of how electric cars are becoming more popular and accessible.

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Looks promising

Neeraj Gupta | One year ago
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The Nano EV is equipped with a 72V architecture and super polymer lithium-ion batteries. It has a maximum range of 160 km on a single charge and the company claims it can reach 60 km/h in under 10 seconds. Ratan Tata first tested the car in August 2020, and he was so impressed with its performance that he decided to gift it to himself. This is a great example of how electric cars are becoming more popular and accessible.

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Enhanced performance with its powerful and efficient electric motor

Charu Garg | One year ago
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The Tata Nano Electric has been  equipped with electric power steering, air conditioner, front power windows, central locking with remote, 12V power socket, Bluetooth, AUX-in, multi-information display and metallic paint options, giving the driver and passengers a comfortable and convenient driving experience. With its advanced safety features, the Nano Electric is designed to ensure the safety and security of the driver and passengers. It also offers enhanced performance with its powerful and efficient electric motor, giving drivers a smooth, enjoyable ride. 

The Tata Nano EV also seems to have an impressive range of up to 125km on a single charge, meaning you can go further without having to worry about recharging.

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Tata Nano EV (Electra) Comments

User Comments
Charan Singh
one year ago

The Tata Nano EV (Electra) offers a great solution to those looking for an economical car. This car is powered by an electric motor, making it an environmentally friendly option. The estimated price of the car is expected to be around Rs. 6 lakhs, making it an economical option. The car is also expected to offer good mileage, making it a great option for those looking for a budget car. 

This car is expected to be launched in India by mid-2023 and will be an excellent option for those looking for an affordable and efficient car.

Richa Mittal
one year ago

The success of EVs in India will be largely dependant on the adoption rate of the general population in Tier 2 and Tier 3 cities. Even with a digital push from the stock market, news outlets and media, EVs have not seen the success of which many had hoped. 

It may take another 2-3 years before EVs are more widely adopted by the general population, but this also means that the price of EVs should remain relatively low, so that it is more accessible to the common man.

Sujit Kuamr Verma
one year ago

The Nano EV (Electra) is a bold but yet elegant design, it has taken the tall boy design of the Hyundai Santro and Wagon R and made it more compact and modern. The design is very eye-catching and will surely draw attention on the roads. The interior is also modern and spacious, ensuring that passengers have plenty of room to move around. The price of the Nano EV (Electra) is expected to be competitive and affordable, making it a great option for those who are looking for a reliable and stylish car. The features that are expected to be included in the Nano EV (Electra) are top of the line, making it a great car for those who want to experience the luxury of a high-end electric vehicle in decent price range.

Animesh Choudhary
one year ago

The prototype that was gifted to Ratan Tata from Electra was one-of-a-kind, and there is no plan to mass-produce the vehicle. However, the company plans to use the prototype as a stepping stone to create a production-level version of the Tata Nano EV, which is expected to be released sometime in 2023. 

The Nano EV is expected to be an affordable electric vehicle in India, and the company has already invested in the necessary infrastructure to ensure that customers will have access to charging stations.

Md Shafi Imran
one year ago

The Tata Nano Electric Car is expected to be an economical car for the masses. It is believed that the Tata Nano Electric Car's price in India will be around Rs 4 to 6 lakhs, making it a highly affordable option for people from all walks of life. Tata Motor has also made sure to include all the latest features in the car to make it an even more attractive option. The exact Tata Nano Electric Car price list will be available soon, and it may vary from state to state depending on the local taxes and VAT. 

Bhawesh Kumar
one year ago

The new Tata Nano EV (Electra) has been recently spotted in Bangalore and is set to revolutionise the electric vehicle market in India. With its sleek design and powerful battery pack, the Nano EV is sure to turn heads on the roads. Tata Motors is expected to price the Nano EV competitively, making it an affordable and desirable option for those looking to go electric. 

We are sure that the Nano EV will be a hit with Indian car buyers and will help drive the adoption of electric vehicles in the country.

Vipul Khira
2 years ago

I am interested to buy Tata's latest electric car whatever cost it may be.

2 years ago

Eagerly waiting for it ... What is the range per charge?

Hasinara Khatun
2 years ago

Nice but Price is so high, only 4 logo ke liye banaya giya isliye aur kom price me sorna chahiye tha, aur electric aur patrol dono ka option rehta to accha lagta,

2 years ago

Tata ji I am waiting for Nano ev car when it got launched

Krishan Mitroo
2 years ago

Friends, Tata has always lead India in Automobile Sector... I am sure, TATA Passanger EV will soon hit Indian roads...
Looking fwd for booking, one for my personal use...!

Sajid Zaka
2 years ago

Yes, I am interested in small car with electric fuel, for office. It will be handy for to and fro.

Vishwanath Kinhal
8 years ago

sir, please release the car soon, people are waiting for Indian dream come true.

Y Ev
11 years ago

and are evdomains available to dealers and oems.

11 years ago


Venkatesh Umapathy
11 years ago

This is the car of the future. Yes. One is worried whether about long distance drives. But the average city car users will find it a God Given Gift. The office goer in a metro on the average has only drives only less than 70 KMS per day. And parking lots near offices can also be equipped for recharge. In fact the Government of India should provide sops to Tata in terms of Central Excise , Customs etc. This will serve to reduce pollution and dependance on oil which is fast depleting and we can save on Valuable Foreign Exchange. NOW WE NEED IT Mr. Ratan Tata.

om er
13 years ago

I like this car and i ll wait for it.

Arpit Patnaik
13 years ago

Its a much awaited car. The day I heard abt NANO ,much before it's launch, I was expecting an EV version of NANO. INDIA NEEDS IT. HATS OFF to RATAN TATA.

In the mean time Govt Of India should do some thing to encourage people to go for these kind of cars(EV); like reducing taxes for this car, giving away auto loans for a low rate of Interest for these kind of cars, offering extra facilities to EV users/owners etc.

13 years ago

Dear sir, It is good to know about Tata Nano EV, I find the price is high, also in Indian roads the major problem is charging the Ev car, only it has to be charged in home for 8 hrs and then it has to be used, we cannot go for long distance.

In this case if we have a alternate battery, but the battery should be removing and fixing by our own, so we can hold one battery like Stephine, when we go long distance we can inter change it, so for we need to use for our comfortableness.

Thank you

Ranjan saikia
13 years ago

Nice looking, but price is high people go for other vehicle in the same price range.

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