Tata Indica EV Plug-In Electric Car Unveiled at Bologna Motor Show

photo: Indian Autos Blog

Back at the end of July, Tata Motors announced that they were looking into developing an electric version of the Indica. Well, at the Bologna auto show, the world got a glimpse of the Tata Indica EV. Though the price has not be finalized, the the plug-in electric car Indica EV is expected to go on sale in Europe (Poland and Spain are Tata’s only two European countries at the moment) next summer. Here are the tech specs:Speedy (Enough), Four Passengers, 125 Miles on an 8 Hour Charge
According to reports from the show by Auto Express the Indica EV does 0-60 mph in under 10 seconds, can travel about 125 miles on a fully charged battery (which takes eight hours to recharge), and can carry four people.

Nano In UK by 2011
Auto Express also reports that the ultra-cheap (by the standards of wealthy nations) Tata Nano, the future of which was in doubt earlier in the year when protests halted work on its factory’s construction, will begin production in January, with an expected introduction into the UK in 2011.

via: Auto Express and Indian Autos Blog
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