In a bid to build on its portfolio of clean energy cars, earlier in the week, the CEO of Tata Motors revealed that the Indian automaker giant will launch an electric vehicle (EV) in the first quarter of 2020. A statement given by the CEO of Tata Motors Guenter Butschek states that the company can focus more efficiently towards building EVs due to the recent cut in taxes on electric cars and the Indian government’s incentive scheme which is calling for more use of electric transport. A brief translation of Butschek’s statement reads as follows: earlier, in the past manufacturing of EV’s was all about provoking the sector, but in the recent few years it has all changes, it is a whole new ball game now. In an optimistic effort to bring down fuel import bill and curb high population in various cities, the third largest populated country in the world has called upon automakers to manufacture more EVs. As per a statement published by Tata Motors, it’s new electric vehicle will come with an eight-year warranty on batteries, while also adding that on a single charge the powertrain technology-infused EVs will run for 250 km. Butschek concluded his statement by revealing that details regarding the specifications of the vehicle to be launched soon will be given out by Tata Motors, he also said that the company is experimenting with multiple products to make electric cars common.