Tata Punch Electric Price 2024, Images, Colours & Reviews

Tata Punch Electric Price 2024, Images, Colours & Reviews

Tata Punch EV price for the base model starts at Rs. 10.99 Lakh and the top model price goes upto Rs. 15.49 Lakh (Avg. ex-showroom). Punch EV price for 20 variants is listed below.

Tata Punch Electric Price 2024, Images, Colours & Reviews

The Punch EV is feature loaded, tech-laden, and has a fair share of options to choose from, be it colours, variants, battery packs, and then some more. It’s also comfortable for your everyday drive. But there are a few niggles such as a panel gap, an error in the charging flap, glitches on the infotainment system and driver’s display, and cramped second row seats. It also commands a considerable premium when it comes to pricing, starting from Rs. 11 lakh, all the way up to Rs. 14.49 lakh (ex-showroom), and that’s before you add in the optional sunroof or fast charger, both of which come at an extra cost of Rs. 50,000 each.

The Tata Punch EV is the fourth model in the Indian carmaker’s electric line-up. Make no mistake, this isn’t a standard ICE to EV convert, as this iteration of the Punch is based on a new, dedicated EV platform that will also form the ground for upcoming EVs. Based on the new Acti.EV architecture, the Punch EV shows off a fascia reminiscent of the SUV range, including the Harrier and the Nexon.Tata Punch EV Car Specifications

Tata Punch Electric Price 2024

Price Rs. 10.99 Lakh onwards
Fuel Type Electric
Driving Range 315 to 421 km
Transmission Automatic
Seating Capacity 5 Seater
Battery Capacity 25 to 35 kWh


The Punch EV is offered with 25kWh and 35kWh battery packs paired with a single electric motor. The smaller capacity unit produces 80bhp and 114Nm of torque, with a claimed range of 315km, while the Long Range version, generating 120bhp and 190Nm, has a claimed range of 421km. The 3.3kW AC wall box charger or 15A plug point enables the EV to juice up from 10-100 per cent in 9.4 hours, while the optional 7.2kW unit (available only with the Long Range versions) reduces the time to five hours. A 50kW DC fast charger will slash these timings to a mere 56 minutes (10-80 per cent).

Enjoy hassle-free drives with multiple charging options.

The Punch EV is offered with two battery packs: 25 kWh and 35 kWh with MIDC rated range figures of 315 km and 421 km respectively. In real world conditions, expect the Tata Punch EV to deliver a range of around 200 to 220 km with the standard range battery, and between 280 and 310 km with the long-range battery. The smaller battery pack is paired with a 82 PS/114 Nm motor (roughly equal to the petrol Punch) and the bigger battery gets a powerful 122 PS/190 Nm motor.

The Tata Punch EV supports both AC slow/fast charging and DC fast charging.


Medium Range (25 kWh)

Long Range (35 kWh)

50 kW DC Fast Charger


56 minutes

56 minutes

7.2 kW AC Home Charger


3.6 hours

5 hours

3.3 kW AC Home Charger


9.4 hours

13.5 hours


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Audiophiles will be happy to note that there is, in typical Tata fashion, a Harman-sourced, four speaker and two tweeters setup, although the bass would leave you wanting for more. The electric sunroof is a segment-first, and having the kids open it via the Hinglish voice commands will undoubtedly put a grin on their faces.

The Punch electric offers the same boot space as the petrol Tata Punch – 366 litres. You can easily store 4 cabin-sized trolley bags here. The boot lacks depth and width, so large suitcases will be difficult to store.

The suspension of the Punch EV is well-absorbent, and it takes most of the bumps, undulations, and potholes well without passing much of the drama to the occupants. The body roll is well contained too, and this is likely to be due to the batteries helping the car hold a better centre of gravity than a conventional ICE car. The steering has a decent weight to it – it is neither too heavy nor too light, but progressive and linear in operation, going two and a half turns, lock to lock.


Driver seat area looking, On the storage front, a small crevice on the centre console feels like a dedicated space for the key fob, while the dual cup holders to its left can handle petite water bottles. Mobile charging options are plenty, including a wireless unit, Type-C port, and a USB port too, with the latter being a fast charging unit.

The dashboard layout remains unchanged compared to the ICE-powered Punch, although there are a range of new screens all around, inspired by the Nexon EV. The modern setup tends to catch your attention as you feel the revised seat chairs that now get more bolstering on the sides over the petrol-powered Punch, thus giving you a better snug fit. Then, the 10.25-inch infotainment screen has a variety of voice assistants as well as the flagship Arcade.ev app suite to boast of. The latter doubles up as your piece of entertainment while you wait for your EV to get juiced up.


The centre console gets a Piano Black finish on the lower half, also housing the new haptic panel that controls the AC functions among others. The jewelled gear dial is probably the only chrome element you’d find in the car, and I have to admit, I like this setup. The front seats get ventilation, and the noise of the fans here is well-contained, even though their use was fairly low, given the pleasant weather of Bengaluru. Laying hands on the new two-spoke multifunction steering wheel with a leatherette finish feels from a segment above, and so does the dual-tone theme along with the blue stitching that matches certain EV-specific elements inside out.


Price: The Tata Punch EV is priced from Rs 10.99 lakh to Rs 15.49 lakh (introductory ex-showroom pan India).

Variants: It is available in five broad variants: Smart, Smart Plus, Adventure, Empowered, and Empowered Plus.

Colour Options: The Tata Punch EV comes in 5 monotone colours: Fearless Red Dual Tone, Daytona Grey Dual Tone, Seaweed Dual Tone, Pristine White Dual Tone, and Empowered Oxide Dual Tone.

Seating Capacity: It’s an electric 5-seater micro-SUV.

Battery Pack and Range: The Punch EV comes with two battery choices: 25 kWh (82 PS/ 114 Nm) and 35 kWh (122 PS/ 190 Nm). The 25 kWh battery offers an estimated range of 315 km, while the larger 35 kWh battery provides 421 km.

Their charging times are as follows:

  • 15A portable-charger: 9.4 hours and 13.5 hours for Long Range (10-100 percent)
  • AC home: 9.4 hours and 13.5 hours for Long Range (10-100 per cent)
  • 7.2 kW AC home: 3.6 hours and 5 hours for Long Range (10-100 percent)
  • DC-fast charger: 56 minutes (10-80 percent)

Features: Key features include a 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system with wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a 10.25-inch fully digital driver’s display, air purifier, ventilated front seats, and a sunroof.

Safety: Safety features include 6 airbags, a 360-degree camera, electronic stability control (ESC), and an electronic parking brake with auto hold.

Rivals: The Punch EV competes with the Citroen eC3, while being a premium alternative to the Tata Tiago EV and MG Comet EV.

What is the exact on-road price of Tata Punch EV?

The on-road price of Punch EV in Delhi starts at Rs. 11,54,168. The on-road price is inclusive of RTO charges and insurance.

What is the charging time required to fully charge the Tata Punch EV?

Charging Time required to fully charge the Punch EV – 3.6H 3.3 kW (10-100%).

What is battery capacity of Tata Punch EV?

Battery capacity of Tata Punch EV is 25 kWh.

What is the range of Tata Punch EV?

The range of Tata Punch EV is 315.

Which car is better Punch EV or Nexon EV?

Punch EV price starts at Rs 10.99 Lakh ex-showroom and Nexon EV price starts Rs 14.74 Lakh ex-showroom. Compare these two models on the basis of their price,

What will the EMI or down payment for Tata Punch EV?

Tata Punch EV EMI starts at ₹ 21,977 per month for a tenure of 60 months @ 9.8% for a loan amount of Rs 10.39 Lakh & down payment will be ₹ 1.15 Lakh.

Is Tata Punch EV a 4×4?

Tata Punch EV 315 4 wheel drive transmission in Indian Market. Check more specifications of Punch EV.

Is Tata Punch EV is a 7 Seater Car?

No, the Tata Punch EV isn’t a 7 seater car. You can choose a 7 seater car


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