Currently, electric vehicles are being replaced by petrol / diesel vehicles across the country. Tata is today the largest Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Company in India. Till now Tata Tigor & Tata Naxon have been launched in the market by Tata Motors and in the coming time the company will have many more electric cars.
Like – Tata Avinya, Tata Nexon EV Max, Tata Altroz etc. are such cars which will soon be launched in the Indian market. Along with this, there are also reports of an electric version of the Tata Nano launching soon. In such a situation, now customers are exited about which will be the next electric vehicle from Tata.
Recently, a picture is becoming fiercely viral on social media. In which Tata Motors’ vehicle Tata Safari has been seen with a green number plate. So is this an electric version of Safari??
Is this any hint about the next electric car coming from the company? Let’s know –
Tata Safari Electric Car Version Launch?
Tata Motors is the Leading Electric Vehicle Manufacturing Company in India. Tata has launched a car like Nexon EV in the Indian market which has changed the attitude of people towards EV in India. Tata is now constantly trying to launch new electric vehicles in India. Tata is trying to make India’s Electric Mobility Field even bigger and for this it is continuously working on manufacturing new electric cars.
In such a situation, a picture put by a user on Instagram starts going viral. In this picture, Tata’s Blue Tata Safari is being seen with Green Number Plate.
The picture is of Jodhpur which a user has posted on Instagram. After seeing this picture, it is being speculated that this is probably a testing model of the electric version of Safari. Which is being tested by the company, although the possibility of this is very less. Another reason behind this can also be that it is a retrofitted electric vehicle kit approved by the RTO which is being tested which also justifies the number plate of green color.
The car looks similar to the regular model XZA+ from the Tata Safari.
So as there is no official statement for now, it cannot be confirmed that this is the only electric version car of Safari.