Tata Motors, India’s leading EV manufacturer, has proudly presented India’s highest-selling electric vehicle, the Nexon EV, to the Municipal Corporation of Greater Mumbai or MCGM, one of the most decorated civic bodies in India, as part of the company’s tender agreement with EESL. In an event held today, the Nexon EV was handed over to MCGM by the Honorary Cabinet Minister of Tourism and Environment for the Government of Maharashtra – Mr. Aditya Thackeray, in the presence Mr. Iqbal Singh Chahal – Commissioner, MCGM, Mr. Sanjay Bansode – Cabinet Minister, Government of Maharashtra and other government dignitaries in Mumbai.
With the initiation of the Maharashtra EV Policy, the state is all set to begin a green revolution and Tata Motors is excited to be a part of this journey. The Nexon EV is an aspirational SUV equipped with a powerful and high-efficiency AC motor with a 30.2 kWh lithium-ion battery. It promises an easy and effortless drive on a single charge with zero emissions, making it an excellent addition to your daily commute. The Nexon EV combines remarkable design, practicality, technology, and a host of advanced features like class-leading safety features and the convenience of charging with its home-installed charging equipment. Since its launch in January 2020, Nexon EV has received widespread praise and is currently the largest-selling electric SUV in India.
Furthermore, Tata Motors is driving the adoption of electric mobility vehicles in India. Its eMobility ecosystem called the “Tata uniEVerse” offers a range of industry-first solutions supported by the Tata Group companies operating across the country, including Tata Power, Tata Chemicals, Tata Auto Components Ltd, Tata Finance, and Croma, in an effort to build a sound EV infrastructure.