Tata Motors Launched All-New Ace EV 1000 in India

The zero-emission Ace EV 1000 provides a claimed range of 161 km on one charge.
  • Published On: 11/05/24
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Tata Ace EV 1000

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  • The Ace EV 1000 is packed with an upgraded battery management system.
  • The mini truck will be available with a variety of cargo deck options.

Tata Motors, one of India’s largest commercial vehicle makers, has launched the all-new Ace EV 1000 in the Indian market. With this new mini truck, the brand aims to revolutionize last-mile mobility in the country. The zero-emission Ace EV 1000 provides a claimed range of 161 km on one charge. It has a payload capacity of 1 tonne, which is 400 kg more than the outgoing standard Ace electric truck. According to the company, the new Ace electric mini truck has been designed with client feedback in mind and will be available with a variety of cargo deck configurations to cater to a range of industries, including dairy, FMCG, beverages, LPG, and more.

The Ace EV 1000 comes equipped with an upgraded battery management system. It will be available at the brand’s commercial vehicle showrooms across India. Powering the Ace EV 1000 is an AC induction motor that generates a maximum power of 36 bhp and a peak torque of 130 Nm. The motor is mated to a 21.3 kWh LFP battery set that supports both fast and slow charging options.

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The company claims that the mini truck can be charged from 0 to 100 percent in 7 hours through a slow charger, whereas with a fast charger it can be charged up to 80 percent in 105 minutes. The Tata Ace EV 1000 has a peak speed of 60 kmph. The new model provides all-weather operations with a cutting-edge battery cooling system followed by regenerative braking to increase driving range.

The Vice President & Business Head (SCV&PU) of Tata Motors Commercial Vehicles, Vinay Pathak, said, “Over the past two years, our Ace EV customers have been beneficiaries of an unmatched experience which is profitable and sustainable at the same time. They have become ambassadors of the revolutionary zero-emission last-mile mobility solution. With the launch of the Ace EV 1000, we are extending the experience to customers who are looking at solutions with improved operating economics across the varied sectors they service.”

The commercial vehicle segment of Tata Motors has been witnessing tremendous growth in the past few years. In April 2024, the company sold 29,538 units, marking a 31 percent growth over 22,492 units sold in the same month of 2023.

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