Tata Motors unveils premium hatch, plans four more launches next fiscal
The company entered the 40,000-unit premium hatchback market with an all new Altroz to challenge Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20. With this, the company expands its coverage to 70% of the Indian passenger vehicle market. The gap between Mahindra and Tata Motors is a massive 50,000 units so far this fiscal year.
Tata Motors to soon have half-a-dozen EVs
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Tata Altroz premium hatchback launched, price starts from Rs 5.29 lakh
Altroz comes in 1.2 lt petrol and 1.5 lt diesel BS6 engines which offe...
Mahindra XUV300 gets 5-star adult safety rating in Global NCAP test
The vehicle also becomes the first Indian vehicle to score a four-star child safety rating. Tata Motors' compact SUV Nexon and soon to be launched premium hatchback Altroz are the other models which have received highest rating from the Global NCAP in terms of adult occupant protection.
Tata Motors commences bookings of BS-VI compliant PV range
"Tata Motors has been vigorously working towards a seamless transition to BS-VI. We are delighted to have reached this milestone and are elated to be the first in the business to announce the introduction of an entire range of BS-VI products at once," Tata Motors President, Passenger Vehicles (PV) Business Unit Mayank Pareek said.
Tata Altroz gets 5-star adult safety rating in Global NCAP test
"The Nexon was the proverbial guiding light for us in this aspect, and the Altroz has followed its footsteps, setting a new benchmark across the industry safety standards," Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Business Unit (PVBU) President Mayank Pareek said in a statement.
Tata Motors' Tiago, Tigor score 4-star in crash test: Global NCAP
Vehicle safety group said it tested Tigor model as Tiago and Tigor are the same car in the front and passenger compartment. Tigor/Tiago offers two frontal airbags as standard. Its structure and footwell area have been rated as unstable. Head and neck protection for adult occupants was good, it added.
Three survivors and three casualties of 2019's great Indian auto crash
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Tata Motors hopes to turn the corner in FY21, riding new cars and a low-cost model
In a market where passenger vehicle sales shrank 18% since the fiscal year started in April, Tata Motors' sales fell 25-30%.
Tata Motors unveils Nexon EV with over 300 km range
Bookings for the car will start from Friday, the company said, without revealing the price or delivery date. On pricing, the company said it will be around 20 per cent more than the AMT version of Nexon and thus will come between Rs 15-17 lakh and will be 'launched within weeks'. The SUV comes with as many as 35 connected features, including tow away and intrusion alerts.
From Audi Q8 to Kawasaki Ninja ZX-10RR, upcoming cars and bikes that will rule the streets in 2020
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Questions for 2020: Electric affordable cars?
Tata Motors is confident that EVs are getting more affordable in India, especially in the fleet segment. It’s a different story in the personal segment for individual buyers. This is because GoI incentivizes commercial fleet-owners with FAME II and GST concessions. Individual buyers are eligible only for a few tax concessions.
Tata Motors sees EV sales doubling in FY-21, to cross 1000 mark in FY-20
With the introduction of the compact Nexon EV SUV, which is targeted at personal buyers, the company is expecting its sales of EV models to double in the next fiscal year starting April 2020, president of electric mobility and corporate strategy Shailesh Chandra told ET.
Financing may not come easy for purchase of high-priced EVs
Financiers said e-car sales must show up sufficiently on the dashboard for them to build a viable finance plan.
No plan to reduce headcount due to slowdown: Tata Motors
Tata Motors' CEO says they aren't looking to reduce people due to the ongoing slowdown in the domestic market.
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