Tata Motors has partnered with Capgemini India to deploy the Tata Tigor EV at the tech giant's campuses in three major cities.
Capgemini India is a technology services, consulting, and digital transformation company, and will implement the Tata Tigor EVs at the Bengaluru, Chennai and Hyderabad campus. Tata Motors has collaborated with a mobility solutions company, Karthik Travels, to manage the smooth induction of the Tigor EV fleet into Capgemini’s transport ecosystem.
The first batch of Tata Tigor EVs was handed over to Capgemini officials by Tata Motors team, at an event held at Capgemini’s Bengaluru campus. Commenting on the deployment of Tata Tigor EVs, Mr Shailesh Chandra, President – Electric Mobility Business and Corporate Strategy, Tata Motors, said:
We are delighted to partner with Capgemini on their thoughtful initiative of promoting zero-emission vehicles for the employee mobility needs. Tigor EV, recently awarded as the ‘Electric Car of the Year’ by Assocham India’, will join Capgemini’s existing fleet of cars. Tata Motors will continue to work towards bringing aspirational e-mobility solutions for the customers, leading the drive towards faster adoption of electric vehicles in the country.
The Tata Tigor EV uses a 3-phase AC induction motor that sources power from a 72V, 216 Ah battery pack. The electric motor produces 30 kW (40.23 bhp) of maximum power. The Tigor EV has a range of 130 km according to the MIDC cycle and a top speed of 100 km/h. The battery can be charged up to 80 per cent in 90 minutes with a fast charger, while a standard unit takes 6 hours to charge.