The Tata Nano EV Electric car is expected to make a big splash in 2024, and it has been generating a lot of buzz. Recently, Ratan Tata arrived at a program held at a hotel, showcasing the Retro Nano Electric car. This car is essentially an electric version of the petrol variant. Initially launched at the time of the Electro EV launch, it is expected that the Tata Nano will soon be seen in an electric avatar.

The company has made preparations to launch this car in its electric avatar. Electro, an electric vehicle startup, provides powertrains, battery packs, IC engine retrofits, and related services for EVs. This startup was founded by Ratan Tata himself. Let’s take a look at this retrofitted electric car.

The electric Nano car has a 624cc engine, based entirely on the original petrol engine. The powertrain of this Tata car is equipped with a 72V super-polymer lithium-ion battery pack. It is estimated that this electric car will offer a range of 160 kilometers on a full charge and can accelerate from 0-60 km/h in just 10 seconds. Apart from power unit upgrades, the startup has made no other major changes to this version of the Nano.

The electric version of the Tata Nano has been certified by ARAI and RTO. Currently, the company focuses primarily on retrofitting services for the larger vehicle bed segment. It can be inferred from the fact that 25% of the total four-wheeler electric vehicles sold in the financial year 2022 used the Electro EV powertrain. With Ratan Tata’s involvement, it is estimated that the electric version of the Nano may soon be ready to hit the market.


– Tata’s new electric model, Tata Nano EV Electric, is set to be launched in 2024
– The car will feature a 624cc engine and use a 72V super polymer lithium ion battery
– The electric car is expected to have a range of 160 kilometers on a full charge and can reach 0-60 km/h in just 10 seconds
– The retrofitted Tata Nano EV Electric is certified by ARAI and RTO
– The success of the electric powertrain startup, Electra, indicates a potential high demand for electric vehicles in the market in the near future, as 25% of four-wheeled electric vehicles sold in 2022 used their powertrain technology
– Ratan Tata’s involvement suggests that the electric version of the Nano may soon be available in the market

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