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Tata Motors has unveiled the Ace EV commercial vehicle in India. The Tata Ace EV arrives 17 years from the day the first Ace was launched in India, back in 2005.
Speaking at the unveiling of the all-new Tata Ace, N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons and Tata Motors, said, "E-mobility is an idea whose time has come. At Tata Motors, we are moving with speed and scale to lead this change - in passenger cars, commercial vehicles and Jaguar Land Rover. I am delighted today that with the launch of the Ace EV, we are entering a new era of e-cargo mobility. Tata Ace is India's most successful commercial vehicle ever. It has revolutionised transportation and created millions of successful entrepreneurs over the years. It will further build on this legacy by providing a technologically-advanced, clean and smart mobility solution. I am excited about the electrification of commercial vehicles."
Tata Motors has already signed Memorandums of Understanding to supply the new Ace EV to leading e-commerce giants and logistics service providers. Tata will deliver 39,000 units of the all-new Ace EV to Amazon, BigBasket, City Link, DOT, Flipkart, LetsTransport, MoEVing and Yelo EV. Tata will also set up dedicated electric vehicle support centres for maximum fleet uptime while also deploying its Tata Fleet Edge fleet management solution.
Speaking about the new Ace, Girish Wagh, Executive Director, Tata Motors, said, "The introduction of the Ace EV marks a major milestone in our journey to deliver zero-emission cargo mobility in India. Building on our experience and success with electric buses, we have designed use-case specific EV solutions for intra-city distribution. These solutions effectively cater to the application needs and deliver a superior value proposition to all stakeholders. We are much encouraged with the support and response received from our e-commerce customers, with whom we begin this journey of zero-emission cargo mobility."
Tata Ace EV Specs, Dimensions & Features
The Tata Ace EV is powered by the automaker's Evogen EV powertrain. The single electric motor delivers 36.2bhp and 130Nm of peak torque.
The engine is connected to a liquid-cooled IP67 certified lithium-ion battery pack that allows for a certified range of 154 kilometres on a single charge. The battery pack supports fast charging to ensure high uptime for fleet operators.
The new Ace EV is 3,800mm long, 1,500mm wide and 2,635mm tall. The wheelbase of the Ace EV is 2,100mm long and the turning radius is 4.3-metres. The Ace EV weighs 1,840 kilogrammes and has a payload capacity of 600 kilogrammes.
The load body of the Ace EV is 2,163mm long, 1,475mm wide and 1,847mm tall and has a loading space of 208 cubic feet.
The Tata Ace EV features rigid front and rear suspension with leaf springs and rides around on 13-inch wheels fitted with 155 R13 LT 8PR tyres. The Ace EV has a ground clearance of 160mm. The Ace EV has agrade-ability of 22%.
Thoughts On The All-New Tata Ace EV
When it first arrived in 2005, the Tata Ace started a logistics revolution in the country. Now 17 years later, Tata Motors is taking that revolution down a green path with the all-new Ace EV. Hopefully, this switch to green power will transform the last-mile delivery ecosystem into a pure electric one.