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Tata Motors to showcase its all-new product portfolio at Auto Expo 2020

Tata Motors, will roll out a product offensive in 2020. The company today announced that it will commence the introduction of its all-new BSVI range of products with passenger vehicles, starting from January 2020. This will be demonstrated by a grand showcase with 4 global unveils, 14 commercial and 12 passenger vehicle displays at the upcoming Auto Expo 2020, at Greater Noida.  Tata Motors is building a sustainable future by providing aspirational, innovative mobility solutions for a...

Bookings open for Tata Motors BS-VI Passenger Vehicles range

Tata Motors today, announced the bookings open of its completely refreshed product portfolio, which will consist of the BS-VI models of the Tiago, Tigor, and the Nexon. With this portfolio launch, Tata Motors officially migrates to Bharat Stage-VI in the passenger vehicles segment. The new range of BS-VI products will sport revamped designs with all-new features and is set to be priced higher than their predecessors. Customers can book these products with an amount of INR 11,000 by visitin...

Tata Motors launches the much awaited premium hatch - Altroz and three BS-VI ready cars

Marking its entry into the premium hatchback segment, Tata Motors today launched – the Altroz. The Altroz will be available in five trim levels across all Tata Motors authorized dealerships at an introductory price starting from INR 5.29 lakhs for the petrol version and INR 6.99 lakhs for the diesel version. It is the first vehicle developed on the new ALFA architecture and the second vehicle showing the Impact 2.0 design language. With its striking design, bouquet of industry-first fea...

Tata Motors launches Nexon EV at INR 13.99 Lakhs

Redefining the evolution of EVs in India, Tata Motors today announced the launch of India’s Own Electric SUV – the Nexon EV at an introductory price starting from INR 13.99 Lakhs (Ex- Showroom – All India). It is an aspirational SUV for personal car buyers looking for a thrilling, connected drive experience with zero emissions. Powered by the cutting-edge Ziptron technology, this vehicle promises zippy performance, an ARAI certified anxiety-free rang...

Tata Motors' ‘TACNet IdeaNation' - a crowdsourcing platform to solve mobility issues

In an attempt to address complex mobility issues, Tata Motors Ltd. launched an engaging crowdsourcing platform, TACNet IdeaNation. The platform will empower citizens across the country to put forward problems and challenges which they think are existent or which they personally experience in the nation's mobility ecosystem. Through TACNet IdeaNation, Tata Motors is not just inviting people to submit issues and ideas, but also looking at taking their help first in prioritising...

Tata Motors restarts operations at select plants and dealerships

Tata Motors – India’s leading automobile brand, today announced a calibrated restart of manufacturing operations for both Commercial and Passenger Vehicles from its plants located at Pantnagar (Uttarakhand) beginning last week and from Sanand (Gujarat). Tata Motors plants in Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), Dharwad (Karnataka), Jamshedpur (Jharkhand) and Pune (only for Ambulance Vehicle manufacturing) are in final stage of readiness and expect to begin production over the next few days. T...

Tata Motors introduces “Keys to Safety”

Tata Motors today, India’s leading auto brand, today announced the rollout of “Keys to Safety” - a holistic package of offers to accelerate its endeavor of providing safer cars for all, particularly to help maintain norms of social distancing as the ongoing lockdown lifts nationwide in a calibrated manner. Easy financing, affordable EMIs with long tenure loans and special offers for frontline warriors are the hallmarks of this package. Customers of the 4-star GNCAP safety...

BOSEMAN

Meet Bombay born and bred, Pratap Bose, 45, Vice President, Global Design, Tata Motors. Bose is the man responsible for transforming the design language of passenger vehicles manufactured at their plants with his design leadership, and he has also played a big role in further elevating the company's brand perception in the minds of people, while making their vehicles even more desirable. We asked the doyen of design to enlighten us by telling us about...

BOSEMAN (Part II)

We asked Pratap Bose, Vice President, Global Design, Tata Motors, how different car manufacturers in different countries varied in terms of their car design and car making philosophies, and he had the most incredible things to say! He started by telling us about the Italians. The Italians, he said “start with emotion… with their heart first,” says Bose. “Through history, if you look at a Ferrari or at a Lamborghini, most of them, you can’t look through the ba...

BOSEMAN (Part III)

Bose considers himself a lucky man to be at Tata Motors, when the architecture of their cars was being defined. According to him, a lot depends on knowing right at the beginning of the project whether the product is going to be a hatchback, a sedan, a mini-van or an SUV and to be able to figure out how many things one can do based on the architecture. What that involves is knowing, where the wheels come, what the wheelbase will be, what the vision angle is – from where the person is sit...

BOSEMAN (Part IV)

It was a small car, the Tata Indica, that Bose feels was ahead of its time. “If you look at the contemporary global benchmarks in those days, the Indica, was really up there, with all of them.” Today, as a car designer, who has spent 13 years designing cars at Tata Motors, he believes that an important part of Tata’s DNA is bringing futuristic and innovative things to their cars. “I think there is a flavor of future or something about innovation that pla...

Homegrown manufacturers shine on day one at Auto Expo 2020

Day one of the AutoExpo 2020 began with a bang. The overall sentiment, largely impacted by a slowdown in the automobile sector and outbreak of coronavirus, was mostly nullified by some showstoppers, especially Indian manufacturers such as Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors and Mahindra and Mahindra, who were at the forefront while displaying their capabilities and readiness for the adoption of new technologies.  Maruti Suzuki, India’s biggest passenger vehicle manufacturer announced its plan t...

Scrap Trap

Owing to the severe impact on the overall sales of automobiles in India, following the spread of Covid-19 pandemic, the Indian automotive sector is pinning its hopes on the long-awaited Vehicle Scrappage Policy to spur the growth of the sector. While the policy is expected to be before the Union Cabinet for approval, industry experts believe that the benefits of the policy can only be achieved by incentivizing purchase of new vehicles in exchange for scrapping older ones. However, despit...