Tata Ace EV: All You Need To Know
Published On May 06, 2022
India’s most popular entry-level truck goes green, with an all-new electric powertrain Tata Motors wants to offer a sustainable and profitable truck for India’s mass market. Are you looking to try out the electric version of Ace? If the answer is affirmative, we tell you everything about this new Tata Ace.
India’s trucking industry is quite familiar with the Ace mini-truck which changed the logistics and supply chain for the better when it arrived 17 years ago. Since then, Tata Ace has become synonymous with entry-level cargo transportation in the country offering entrepreneurial opportunists to millions of first-time truck owners and making shipping cargo easy for businesses. Despite increasing competition and growing volume, Tata Ace remains the segment leader and going strong enough to stay there for long.
Several key elements make the Ace highly popular among first-time truck buyers, transport entrepreneurs, small businesses and logistics companies. The Ace continues to attract customers from urban and semi-urban, rural India with its value for money attributes along with ease of driving, owning and running it profitably.
Today, you can buy the Tata Ace in diesel, petrol and CNG variants based on your business needs. Tata Motors retails the Ace at a very aggressive price to enable first time buyers, and three-wheeler owners to buy their first four-wheeler truck and move up the value chain.
Now with the launch of the electric variant, Ace has got a unique distinction of being the only truck available in almost all variants including diesel, petrol, CNG and electric. The entry-level electric vehicle market is accelerating at a fast pace with many three-wheelers becoming highly popular. With the entry of Ace Electric, you could buy a four-wheeler electric commercial vehicle that is powerful, greener and comes from top brands.
So, could Ace Electric be your first vehicle in the fully-battery operated segment? Now, before deciding on that, let's see what is in this new truck. We tell you everything about Ace Electric that would make your decision an easy one.
Range: The first thing a buyer wants to know is the certified range of an electric vehicle. With the Ace EV, you’re getting a company claim range of 154 km on a single charge. This is adequate given the daily average a truck covers in intra-city applications.
Power and Torque: To enable you to carry a sizable payload and volume of cargo, the power and torque are highly critical to zipping through city traffic and narrow lanes. Here the Ace EV offers you 36HP (27kW) of power and 130 Nm of torque.
Cargo Body: It gets the highest cargo volume of 208 ft³ and grade-ability of 22% allowing easy ascend in fully loaded conditions.
Top Features: Hi-Speed charging, greater reliability with an advanced battery, electronic driver mode for higher convenience, You also get superior features with this vehicle including vehicle trace and track, driver behaviour alert, trip analysis, vehicle health monitoring, current range display, state of charge, charging status and time to full charge, so notifications, charging history.
Tata EV Service Support: To provide ease of use and support through the transition to electric vehicles, Tata Motors is promising full support to the customers. This includes a dedicated service centre, break-down support, on-site mechanic support, driver training, fast charging installation, and spare parts inventory management.
Easy Finance: To help you buy this new generation cargo vehicle, Tata Motors is offering support to find effortless and suitable finance and leasing options to help you buy this vehicle. This is to make sure your fleet stays competitive with higher productivity, and efficiency and reduces cost.
The Ace EV impresses on key performance characteristics, the over 100 plus kilometres of real-life driving range, fast-charging options and capacity to carry a sizable payload would attract the potential customers to this highly popular brand. While the EV ecosystem is evolving in India, market leader Tata Motors' step towards offering Ace as a full-electric truck makes the market highly competitive and exciting.