In Conversation with Tata Motors' Anand Kulkarni
The company VP talks about the engineering efforts undertaken to maximise battery packaging efficiency.
Tata Motors is strengthening its EV assault with the long-range Nexon EV Max which claims an ARAI-certified range of 437km, a 40 percent improvement over the standard Nexon EV that continues to sell alongside.
Anand Kulkarni, vice president, Product Line & Operations, Tata Passenger Electric Mobility talks about the engineering efforts undertaken to maximise battery packaging efficiency to incorporate a larger unit in the same footprint, as well as the company's proactiveness to steer clear of global supply chain issues to cater to demand.
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