Indian automaker Tata, the manufacturer of the world's cheapest car, confirmed on December 15 that it expects its first electric vehicle - Tata Indica Vista EV - to be on the road by the end of this month.
The Vista EV (electric vehicle) will be fully launched in summer 2012. But, between now and the end of March 2011, the company will supply 25 Vista EVs for folk working in and around the West Midlands as part of a 12-month trial.
After the trial, which is part of the Coventry and Birmingham Low Emission Demonstrator (CABLED) Programme, Tata will then sell the Vista EV to fleet customers in early summer 2011 in the UK and other selected European markets. The electric car’s 60kW motor is capable of 71mph, and the battery is good for 110 miles, says Tata.
Pricing has not been confirmed, although the car will be eligible for a Plug-In Car Grant, a subsidy from the British government that will reduce its price by up to £5000.
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