Ratan Tata received a custom-built 72V Nano EV from Electra EV, which he founded.
Ratan Tata, Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, recently received a custom-built Tata Nano electric vehicle, which was modified with an electric powertrain supplied by Electrodrive Powertrain Solutions Private Limited (Electra EV). On its LinkedIn page, the company posted a photo of Tata posing with the electric Nano.
Tata was presented with a custom-built 72V Nano EV by Electra EV, which he founded. “When our Founder takes a ride in the custom-built 72V Nano EV, it’s a watershed moment for Team Electra EV. “We are ecstatic to deliver Mr. Tata’s Nano EV and learn from his insightful feedback,” the company stated.
The Bengaluru-based last-mile mobility service SainikPod Sit & Go has received a limited number of converted Tata Nano electric vehicles, dubbed NEO EVs, from Electra EV. MotherPod Innovations Private Limited operates the all-electric mobility service, which is entirely run by ex-servicemen from the country.
Tata Motors stopped producing the Nano compact car in 2018, after only one unit had been assembled at the company’s Sanand plant. In India, Nexon EV and Tigor EV are currently available as part of the company’s electric vehicle fleet.
Last year, the Indian automaker announced plans to launch ten more electric vehicles in India over the next five years, with a target of raising $7,500 crore to expand its EV business. Tata intends to launch at least seven of the ten electric vehicles in the next four years. According to reports, Tata Motors plans to launch electric versions of its popular hatchbacks Altroz and Tiago as part of its upcoming electric vehicle lineup.
Tata Motors’ premium car brand, Jaguar Land Rover, plans to introduce at least six new electric Land Rover SUVs in the next five years. Jaguar has stated that it intends to become an all-electric brand by 2025.