The automaker is planning to release both battery-powered and compressed natural gas cars.
Throughout 2022, Tata Motors had been proactive, releasing limited edition models, concepts, and new electric vehicles. Since the automaker is working on a number of new models scheduled for release in 2023, we anticipate this upward trend to continue.
Tata’s plans for the coming year are as follows:
Tata Punch EV
Already announced, the all-electric Punch might make its debut at Auto Expo 2023. Powered by the same Ziptron powertrain as the automaker’s other EV models, it will fill a niche between the Tiago EV and the Nexon EV. The Punch EV, like the smaller Tiago EV, may come in both a normal range and a long range version, the latter of which may have a claimed range of up to 300 kilometres.
Tata Harrier and Safari Facelift
This year is the first time that Tata’s midsize Harrier has been updated visually. The SUV will not only look different, but it will also include new technologies like a 360-degree camera and advanced driver-aid systems. In addition, the Safari, its bigger sibling, should get the same kinds of upgrades to its exterior and interior.
Tata compact electric SUV
Several small, reasonably priced electric cars from Tata are already on the market, and a larger, similarly powered SUV is expected soon. Expected to debut at Auto Expo 2023, Tata’s Harrier-derived, Hyundai Creta-sized EV will sit above the Nexon EV Max in the company’s electric lineup.
CNG versions of compact cars
More and more cars in India are being built with CNG fuel systems as the government there promotes the use of flex-fuels and other alternative fuels. CNG is available on the Tata Tiago and Tigor, and by 2023, it will be available on the Punch, Altroz, and Nexon as well.
The following models have been confirmed as either launching or being revealed this year. The Tata Curvv EV concept may also get a near-production variant before its 2024 debut.