Tata Nexon EV to Roll Out from New Gujarat Plant, Full Detail Inside

Homegrown automaker Tata Motors has officially announced the rollout of its popular electric SUV – the Nexon EV – from an all-new manufacturing facility situated in Gujarat. The company plans to ramp up production exponentially thanks to the new plant while bringing the entire electric vehicle ecosystem together.

“With the growth in demand for EVs and to unlock their full potential, Tata Motors has proactively undertaken a comprehensive strategy to create a Multi-EV architecture across its commercial, passenger, and mass mobility segments,” said Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd.

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The facility focuses exclusively on electric vehicle manufacturing and is based adjacent to Tata’s existing plant in Sanand, Gujarat. According to the company, it offers an installed capacity of over 50,000 EVs annually alongside battery pack assembly above 50 GWh capacity when functioning at peak capacity. Tata has invested an estimated ₹14,000 crore in the project so far.

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Unlike conventional automobile plants, the Sanand EV facility brings the complete EV production process under one roof right from component manufacturing to general assembly. Key processes integrated into the plant include vehicle assembly, paint shop, body shop, battery production, and more – crucial for rapid and efficient EV development as per industry benchmarks.

Advanced automation technologies are being implemented for superior productivity and product quality. Smart manufacturing principles also aim to lower the carbon impact and environmental footprint caused during production. The company stated that production lines leverage artificial intelligence, robotics, and more while limiting manual intervention wherever possible.

“The advancement of EV technology comes from our operational excellence to increase productivity and adoption across the entire EV value chain,” added Mr. Chandra. “In a collaborative approach, we have committed to moving every function to create holistic EV solutions drawing from global partnerships.”

Housing battery assembly within the plant allows Tata better oversight regarding this critical EV component. Presently the Nexon EV sources its batteries from established third-party suppliers.

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For customers, Tata Motors consolidating its EV production in Gujarat signals the rollout of more feature-rich and affordable Nexon EVs with superior range in the future. The company has already hinted at upgraded 2023 versions equipped with high-density batteries promising over 500km on a single charge.

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