Ratan Tata gets custom-made electric Nano in ‘moment of truth’
Tata is one of India’s most notable electric vehicle manufacturers. Ratan Tata, the founder of Electra EV, which provides EV powertrain solutions to Tata Motors and other automakers, recently received
Tata is one of India’s most notable electric vehicle manufacturers. Ratan Tata, the founder of Electra EV, which provides EV powertrain solutions to Tata Motors and other automakers, recently received a custom-built electric Nano.
Taking to Twitter, EVBazaar wrote, “Chairman Emeritus of Tata Sons, Ratan Tata, recently took delivery of a custom-made Tata Nano electric vehicle that has been modified using an electric powertrain supplied by Electrodrive Powertrain Solutions Private Limited (Electra EV).”
“It is a moment of truth for Team Electra EV when our founder takes a ride in the custom-built 72V Nano EV, powered by the engineering might of Electra EV’s powertrain.”We are super proud to deliver Mr. Tata’s Nano EV and gain insights from his invaluable feedback,” ElectraEV wrote on its LinkedIn page.
Electra EV shared a photo of Ratan Tata and his executive assistant, Shantanu Naidu, standing next to the custom-built 72V Nano EV on LinkedIn.
According to Electra EV, a small number of such modified Nano electric cars, or NEOs, are part of the fleet for MotherPod’s all-electric mobility service “SainikPod Sit & Go” in Bengaluru.
The “SainikPod Sit & Go” mobility service was recently launched in Bengaluru by MotherPod Innovations Private Limited, a shared mobility solutions company run by ex-servicemen.
First Published: 12th February, 2022 13:10 IST
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