Tata Nano In Electric Mode, To Run On Roads From Nov 28

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| November 24 , 2017 , 15:54 IST

Tata's ambitious Nano is all ready to make a comeback in an all-new avatar. The rumoured electric model of the vehicle reportedly called Jayem Neo will be launched in India on November 28.

However, Tata motors will only get to supply Nano body shells without the engine and transmission to Coimbatore-based Jayem Automotives, which will further manufacture and market the EV.

The joint venture is the result of the two companies' long association which will allow Jayem to sell Neo under their brand name. Reports suggest that Tata can also introduce their own version of the car.

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Upon being fully charged, the vehicle supposedly will be able to travel more than 150 km, an official announcement for launch is still awaited. The taxi aggregation platform Ola Cabs has already ordered for 400 cars, says the source.

Autocar India magazine reported that the Prime Minister Narendra Modi is expected to unveil the car. The ruling party has been promoting electric mobility to combat the ill effects of Pollution, which is worsening in the national capital.

Keeping in the mind the popularity of electric vehicles, the Mahindra and Mahindra in collaboration with Himachal Pradesh government launched the electric autorickshaws “ Ride with Pride” - electric Supro and are now all ready to join hands with the global transportation company to deploy Electric Vehicles in India.

National Green Tribunal has also directed DIAL and other transport agencies that only CNG buses/cabs will be allowed at Delhi airport to combat pollution in the area.