Indigenous car maker Tata Motors is the country’s leading electric car manufacturer and seller company. At present, the company is selling its Tata Nexon EV and Tata Tigor EV in the Indian market. Tata Nexon EV is a popular SUV in the passenger segment, while the company has recently launched Tata Tigor EV.
Apart from this, the company has also recently launched the new Tata Xpres-T electric sedan, although this electric sedan has been specially introduced for the customers of Fleet. Let us tell you that Tata Motors has released the sales figures of its electric vehicles in September 2021.
According to the data released by the company, Tata Motors has sold 1,078 units of cars in the EV segment in September 2021. At the same time, in the month of September last year, the company had sold a total of 308 units of electric cars, due to which there has been a huge increase of 250 percent in the sales of the company in September this year.
Let us tell you that a total of 924 units of electric cars were sold in the EV segment last year, while in the month of September this year, a total of 2,704 units of electric cars were sold. According to the data, the cumulative sales of electric cars have seen a growth of 193 percent this year as compared to last year.
Despite the industry-wide shortage of electronic components, this sale appears to be impressive. Let us tell you that in the month of September itself, Tata Motors has crossed the sales mark of more than 10,000 electric cars in the country, which is a huge achievement for the company.
Tata Motors had shared this information and according to the company, the first 10,000 EVs have been led by early adopters. Now moving on this route, Tata Motors believes that the demand for cars and SUVs is expected to remain strong during the festive season.
However, it is believed that the shortage of electronic components may continue in the coming months, which will affect the production of electric cars and its effect will also be seen on their sales. But as soon as the supply of electronic components normalises, sales may pick up again.