Updated On: 29 June 2021 Dheeraj Nair
Leading commercial and passenger vehicle maker, Tata Motors, has announced that it has plans to increase its EV portfolio by the end of 2025. Tata Motors has confirmed that 10 new EVs will be introduced by the end of 2025.
The auto industry is slowly turning its head towards obtaining EV technology and creating electric mobility solutions, as it is the future of a sound and persistent economy. Electric mobility has already started its phase of evolution to form the best possible products that cater to everyone in society.
Many automobile manufacturers indigenous to the country have already mentioned that in a matter of time, they would completely focus on electric mobility. This shift in the phase of the automobile sector is due to the rising concerns of environmental pollution and the contribution of IC vehicles to the ever-growing carbon footprint.
With this concern, many Indian Automakers have decided to introduce more battery-powered vehicles to their EV lineup. Tata Motors is one such brand that has announced to build 10 more EVs within the year 2025.
The Chairman of Tata Motors, N Chandrasekaran, has stated that "We believe that our EV penetration has increased by 2-percentage in 2021 and Tata Motors is expecting further involvement in the EV market in the coming years. By 2021, our company will be introducing 10 new BEV vehicles and in the process, we will contribute and help develop the growing EV infrastructure."
Tata Motors is now trying to explore new partnerships with cell and battery manufacturing companies in India to further develop the EV infrastructure and its products.
In addition to this, Tata Motors is exploring new automotive software that will enable them to establish world-class products that are extremely well connected and autonomous.
Tata Motors is in the process of creating a global standard in the EV sector and is trying to actively support the changes to come in the automotive world and consumer behaviour. EVs are believed to be the future of mobility and hence, automakers are moving towards the production of this sustainable means of mobility. In the coming years, with further governmental subsidies for EVs, it is believed that its beneficiaries will boost the production of zero-emission emitting vehicles.
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