The all-new Altroz EV is derived from the Altroz hatchback, the first product built on the versatile ‘Agile Light Flexible Advanced’ (ALFA) Architecture. The Altroz EV’s Advanced Concept is based on the Altroz hatchback car and it builds on the lightweight, modular and flexible characteristics of the ALFA Architecture.
The signature humanity line with dual ultra slim LED headlamps, along with a digitally inspired lower grille give the front of the Altroz EV its signature look. This is further accentuated by its sporty silhouette, athletic stance, and aerodynamic body lines. The interiors of the Altroz EV resemble a seamless cockpit-like theme connected from end-to-end with large coloured displays, enhanced haptics and premium materials to give a sophisticated feel.
Although Tata Motors hasn’t announced anything regarding the technical specifications of the hatchback, the Altroz EV is likely to 30kWh battery pack that will offer a range of about 300km on a single charge.