Tata Motors launches Tata Ace EV 1000 for last mile mobility

The Ace EV is equipped with an advanced battery management system, Fleet Edge telematics system and robust aggregates for best-in-class uptime.

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Tata Motors launches Tata Ace EV 1000 for last mile mobility

Tata Motors, India’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, has launched new Ace EV 1000, offering a higher rated payload of 1 tonne and a certified range of 161km on a single charge. 

The Ace EV is equipped with an advanced battery management system, Fleet Edge telematics system and robust aggregates for best-in-class uptime, the release noted. The Ace EV leverages capabilities of the Tata UniEVerse, collaborating with relevant Tata Group companies, and partnering with country’s financiers to offer customers a holistic e-cargo mobility solution. It will be available with versatile cargo decks and will be on sale at all Tata Motors commercial vehicle dealerships across the country.

Vinay Pathak, Vice President and Business Head – Small Commercial Vehicles and Pick-ups, Tata Motors Commercial Vehicles, said, "Over the past two years, our Ace EV customers have been beneficiaries of an unmatched experience, which is profitable and sustainable at the same time. With the launch of the Ace EV 1000, we are extending the experience to customers who are looking at solutions with improved operating economics across the varied sectors they service."

The Ace EV is powered by EVOGEN powertrain that offers a a 7-year battery warranty and a 5-year comprehensive maintenance package. It is powered by a 27kW (36hp) motor with 130Nm of peak torque, to ensure best-in-class pickup and grade-ability allowing easy ascend in fully loaded conditions.

 

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