Tata has introduced the Punch EV, which will range between Rs. 10.99 lakh and Rs. 14.49 lakh. The automaker started accepting reservations for the dummy at Rs 21,000 earlier this month.

The EV is available in five models with two different battery options. For an extra Rs 50,000, the Adventure, Empowered, and Empowered+ versions of both models may be purchased with a sunroof. Long range models also have the option of a 7.2kW AC fast charger.

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The Citroen eC3 (Rs 11.5 lakh–12.68 lakh), the MG Comet (Rs 7.98 lakh–9.98 lakh), and Tata’s own Tiago EV (Rs 8.69 lakh–12.04 lakh) will compete with the Tata Punch EV.

As the first Tata electric vehicle with a frunk (front trunk), the Punch EV shares visual similarities with its brother, the Nexon EV. Moreover, it receives a new alloy wheel design, a split headlight configuration, and an LED light bar.

The new Acti.EV (pronounced “active”) architecture, which powers the brand’s debut car, is the foundation for a new generation of Tata EVs and SUVs, which will also include the future Curvv EV, the new Sierra EV, and the Harrier EV.

Two battery options are available for the Tata Punch EV; a 25kWh battery with an approximate MIDC range of 315 km and a 35kWh battery with an approximate MIDC range of 421 km. 

A 7.2kW fast charger and a 3.3kW wall box charger are available for charging. With a 50 kW fast charger, the Punch EV can be charged from 10 to 80 percent in 56 minutes thanks to DC fast charging capabilities.

The normal variants have a motor that produces 82 horsepower and 114 Nm, while the Long Range variants have a motor that produces 122 horsepower and 190 Nm that is transmitted to the front wheels. 

Tata Motors claims that while ordinary variants take 13.5 seconds to reach 100 km/h, the Long Range variants can reach that speed in less than 9.5 seconds. The EV features a 350 mm water wading capacity and a 190 mm ground clearance.

In comparison to its ICE cousin, the Tata Punch EV’s interior is notably more premium thanks to its dual 10.25-inch infotainment and digital instrument displays, a new dashboard, and paddle shifters for managing the regeneration settings on the steering wheel. Lower-end EV vehicles come with a smaller 7-inch infotainment panel.

A 360-degree camera, a blind spot monitor, a sunroof, a wireless phone charger, heated front seats, a cabin air purifier, and many other goodies are included in the extensive equipment list. For a thorough description of the Tata Punch EV’s features and variations, click this link.

Safety features like six airbags, ABS and ESC, ISOFIX mounts, three-point seat belts for every seat, and more are included with the Punch EV.

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