Tata has set another milestone by launching its ACE EV which is a four-wheeler cargo truck that will aid and strengthen the Indian last-mile delivery and logistics segment. According to the company, the deliveries of ACE have begun so you can book your vehicle and grow your business.
Ace was launched in May 2022 for the first time at a price of Rs. 3.99-6.35 Lakhs. The Ace 2023 version is priced at Rs. 9.99 Lakh placing the price bar slightly higher.
The Tata Ace Electric is a small commercial vehicle that has been designed for urban transportation and last-mile delivery. The Tata Ace is powered by a 27kW motor with a 130Nm torque at just 0 RPM that provides a range of up to 154 km per charge with a five-year complimentary AMC pack.
One of the main benefits of Tata Ace Electric is its low operating cost. The EV requires minimal maintenance and has significantly lower fuel and energy costs compared to traditional internal combustion engine (ICE) vehicles. This makes it an attractive option for business owners who are looking to reduce their operational expenses. Also, you’ll get a cargo capacity of 208 cubic feet with a 22% grade ability with completely loaded capability.
154 km/charge with a five-year complimentary AMC pack.
208 cubic feet
The Tata Ace Electric is also an eco-friendly option, as it produces zero emissions, making it well-suited for use in cities that are struggling with high levels of air pollution. This feature also makes it eligible for government incentives, which will help to further reduce the cost of ownership for buyers.
The launch of Tata Ace Electric is in line with the Indian government’s plans to switch to electric mobility. The government has set a target of having 30% of all vehicles in the country be electric by 2030. The Tata Ace Electric is the latest in a series of EV launches by Tata Motors, which also includes the Tata Tigor EV and the Tata Nexon EV.
In conclusion, Tata’s Ace Electric is a commercially viable, low-maintenance, and environment-friendly vehicle, that can be used to transport goods and people in densely populated cities. With a competitive price and a range of 154km per charge, it is also likely to be an affordable option for small-scale businesses and individuals. The government’s push towards Electric vehicles also plays a big role in Tata’s decision of launching this vehicle.
This thought was shared by the executive director of the company Mr. Girish Wagh who said, “Introduction of Ace EV on Indian roads marks a major step forward for Tata Motors towards zero-emission cargo mobility goal. Tata Ace EV is one of the holistic solutions co-created with our partners effectively catering to a host of intra-city distribution needs. This platform delivers superior value propositions to all stakeholders as well. The company is grateful for the trust and support of our customers (various B2B companies and cargo delivery companies). The encouraging response from partners toward Ace EV inspires the company to accelerate our endeavors in sustainable mobility and support India’s net-zero aspirations.”