Deployment of Tata Tigor EV cars in Ayodhya is a commendable step towards embracing green technology in transportation. In the historic city of Ayodhya, a significant technological advancement is set to redefine the experience for tourists and pilgrims alike.
The introduction of the Tata Tigor EV an electric vehicle marks a new chapter in the city’s commitment to eco-friendly transportation solutions. This initiative aligns seamlessly with the upcoming grand consecration of Ram Lalla at the newly constructed temple in Ayodhya, scheduled for January 22, 2024.
The Government of Uttar Pradesh under the leadership of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has taken a forward-thinking step by deploying 15 Tata Tigor EV cars.
What sets the Tata Tigor EV apart is its accessibility through a mobile application offering tourists an easy way to book their rides. This feature is especially beneficial for those wishing to visit prominent religious and cultural sites such as Ram Janmabhoomi, Suraj Kund, Saryu River, and Bharat Kund.
With fares starting at Rs 250 for a 10 km journey, Rs 400 for 20 km, and an all-day rental option at Rs 3000 for 12 hours and the service is accessible to a wide range of users.
The Tata Tigor EV is priced between Rs. 14.49 – 15.93 Lakh, with an EMI option of Rs. 23,883 for 5 years. The car boasts a driving range of 315 km, a charging time of 9.4 hours, a seating capacity for 5, and a 26 kWh battery capacity.
The trial run of the Tigor EV at Ayodhya Cantt station has already commenced offering a glimpse into the future of eco-friendly transportation in the city.