The Indica Vista EV is now rolling down the assembly lines in the UK. The electric hatch is expected to have a base price that falls between £25,000 to £30,000 ($40,203 to $48,243 U.S. at the current exchange rate). However, the Vista EV does qualify for the UK's £5,000 ($8,041 U.S.) plug-in car grant, which drop its price down to a more reasonable level.
Tata intends to build at least 1,500 of the electrified four-seaters, a vehicle that performs on par with other electrics vehicles (0-60 miles per hour in less than ten seconds, 110 miles on a full charge, top speed of 71 mph). With the battery-powered Vista set to launch in Europe this summer, the Opel Ampera and the Nissan Leaf will have one more competitive vehicle coming soon.
[Source: The Charging Point]