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Tata Motors Takes a Big Step Towards Electric Vehicles

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Tata Motors and Wise Travel India (WTI) are teaming up for a greener travel experience. WTI, a rapidly growing transport company, will introduce Tata’s Tigor EVs into their New Delhi fleet.

The initial batch of Tigor EVs was handed over by Tata Motors to Wise Travel India at Concorde Motors, Lajpat Nagar. This move aligns with Tata’s commitment to sustainable solutions in the electric and hybrid vehicle space.

Shailesh Chandra, Head of Electric Mobility Business and Corporate Strategy at Tata Motors, expressed enthusiasm about the partnership. He highlighted the Tigor EV’s recent recognition as the ‘Electric Car of the Year’ by Assocham India and its addition to Wise Travel India’s vehicle offerings.

Ashok Vashist, CEO of Wise Travel India, emphasized their focus on customer satisfaction and cost-effective services, which align well with the economical and eco-friendly features of electric vehicles.

In another development, Tata AutoComp Systems partnered with Australian company Tritium PTY to introduce fast chargers for electric vehicles. These chargers cater to a variety of electric vehicles, aiming to meet the growing charging needs of India’s evolving electric vehicle market.

Arvind Goel, MD & CEO of Tata AutoComp Systems, emphasized their commitment to technological advancement and the increasing demand for efficient charging solutions.

David Finn, CEO of Tritium, praised Tata AutoComp’s initiative in contributing to India’s leadership in electric mobility. He emphasized that Tata AutoComp’s efforts to provide charging infrastructure for vehicles of all sizes are crucial in India’s journey towards cleaner transportation.

This partnership underlines Tata Motors and Tata AutoComp Systems’ commitment to a sustainable and electric future in India.

Tata Motors Takes a Big Step Towards Electric Vehicles
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