The electric secrets cheaper than the Dacia Spring

The electric secrets cheaper than the Dacia Spring

The press echoed the concerns of the European auto industry, which is skeptical about the arrival of cheap electric cars from China. What if there were even cheaper? What if India could beat Chinese manufacturers’ cost prices?

This is suggested by the announcement by Tata Motors – India’s second largest automaker but number one electric car maker – that it is launching a compact car that appears to have all the appeal of a Dacia Spring of identical length (3.75 metres). , for a lot less. Launched in New Delhi on September 28, the Tata Tiago.ev costs 849,000 rupees (or 8.49 lakhs), which is just over $10,000 and 10,587 euros. A Dacia Spring starts at 19,800 euros, eco bonus not deducted.

Tata Motors benefits from cheap, skilled Indian labour

The strongest thing is that this minimum price does not come at the expense of the car’s rather attractive presentation. The Tiago.ev is the 100% electric variant of a nicely designed compact car, based on the locally produced Renault Kwid. Tata Motors denies aiming for the lowest possible sales price. No doubt scalded by the bitter failure of its mini-nano car (simplified to the poverty line), the manufacturer has struggled not to make its car a pathetic thing. The Tiago.ev even offers some refinements, such as this touchscreen and Connected.


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