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Tata Launches The Future of EVs: Ziptron Electric Vehicle Technology

By September 20, 2019 No Comments
Ziptron Electric Vehicle Technology

Tata Launches The Future of EVs: Ziptron Electric Vehicle Technology

Tata Motors is currently listed among the most ferocious carmakers to manufacture Electronic Vehicles in India. The auto major has already unveiled the concepts of Tata Altroz EV and Nexon EV for consumers and now has revealed details of the new technology that will form the basis of its future EVs. ‘Ziptron’, the new electric vehicle technology will be used first time in the model confirmed to be launched in early 2020.

This technology by Tata Motors has been developed keeping in mind the challenges of Indian climate and traffic conditions. Undoubtedly, it also increases the performance, range, and safety of the EVs. Currently, Tata Motors has not revealed detailed specifications of the technology. As per the company’s spokesperson, the cars that will equip Ziptron will have a minimum range of 250km and will sport fast charging technology. The battery pack will comprise of lithium-ion cells along with liquid cooling to maintain the ideal functioning temperature.

Ziptron Electric Vehicle Technology

For any electric vehicle, maintaining required temperature is very essential to function without tripping. And so, the battery will come encased in a high-strength steel casing and will boast of IP67 with highest standards of waterproofing and dust protection for long-lasting life. The brand also states that the battery has an extended life of about eight years.

So it can be said that in the upcoming years, Tata will have a lot to offer and the competitions will have to match the level Tata is trying to build. It will be interesting to watch how the rivals of Tata will respond.

 

Sarthak Moghe

Sarthak Moghe

Sarthak Moghe is a young, enthusiastic writer who loves modern technology and automobiles. After completing his graduation in Journalism and Mass-Communication, he stepped into the world of adulting as a content writer. When not busy on the keyboard, he likes to explore new topics and hone his sense of humour.   

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