Tata Motors, along with its sole authorised distributor, Sipradi Trading, has introduced the Ace EV in Nepal. The first fleet of the Ace EV was delivered to its customers in Kathmandu.
Claiming a range of 154 kms, the Ace EV features a 27kW (36hp) motor with 130Nm of peak torque, a cargo volume of 208 cubic feet and grade-ability of 22%.
Anurag Mehrotra, Head – International Business, Tata Motors Commercial Vehicle Business, said that passenger and cargo transport electrification is an irreversible trend. The company is committed to accelerating the adoption of cleaner and greener transport solutions and is gaining greater strength.
The Ace EV is designed and engineered to suit the requirements of intra-city cargo transportation and will deliver superior value propositions to all stakeholders who are driving towards a carbon-neutral future, he added.
Mehrotra continued that Nepal flourishes with clean electricity through its hydroelectric projects, and the launch of the new Ace EV will further complement the country’s stride towards clean energy.
Siddhartha SJB Rana, Executive Chairman, Sipradi Trading Pvt. Ltd., said, “Ace EV embodies our shared vision for a sustainable future in the country. We are confident that this remarkable vehicle will contribute towards a cleaner, greener Nepal.”