Tata Motors targets to make 80,000 electric vehicles in the next one year!

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TATA Motors expects to aggressively increase the annual production of  electric vehicles

 (E Vs) to over 80,000  Units.  This is compared to the 19000 EVs made and sold last year.

  TATA, India’s largest automaker, declined to comment on  production plans, but said  EV sales are rising rapidly as demand outstrips  supply.  The sources were not  authorized to speak to the media and declined to be identified.

  Last year Tata announced its plans to launch 10 EV models by March  2026, investing about   $2 Billion in new vehicle architecture,  related technology and infrastructure.  Tata accounts for 90 per cent of India’s EV  sales – a segment that still represents only 1 per cent of the country’s annual sales of around 3 Million vehicles.

  On April 29, Tata will  unveil a concept car that it plans to build on its first EV platform developed from the ground up.Cars built on this platform, called Pure  EV Architecture, will also be launched  in global markets, the company  said in its invitation for the unveiling.

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