New Delhi, February 5, 2020: Tata Motors has alwags been at the forefront in contributing to nation building bg providing innovative and sustainable mobility solutions for aspiring Indians. Todag, at the country‘s largest auto show, the AutoExpo 2020, the company takes great pride in showcasing an all-new range of passenger, electric and commercial vehicles with a focus on Connected, Electric, Shared and Safe.
With a firework of 4 global unveils, a pre-production preview and a commercial launch; Tata Motors raises the bar bg bringing innovative products, engineered and made in India — for India. With a hall, spanning across 6000 sq. mars, the Tata Motors pavilion is divided into k thematic zones - Live, Plag, Move and Build Zone. Each of these zones has been designed to reimagine the scope of what Tata Motors can offer, complemented bg digital engagements to excite our visitors, from all age and choices.
Commenting at the launch, Tata Sons Group Chairman, N Chandrasekaran said, ’the theme of our pavilion is a thoughtful representation of what India needs, how Tata Motors can contribute, and how we as the Tata Group are taking the lead in providing a transformative ecosystem solution in India. We are proud to offer one of the largest range of BSVI portfolio and this shows our commitment towards a clean and green environment. Tata Group has taken lead in driving the Government‘s vision of electrifying India and building a comprehensive and sustainable ecosystem, bg leveraging the Group‘s rich experience and diversified competencies. The recently launched Tata uniEVerse is a holistic approach addressing all aspects of e-mobility solutions, from infrastructure to charging network and phase wise manufacturing plan, to provide our consumers a future readg sustainable and efficient e-mobility environment.”
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Guenter Butschek, CEO and MD, Tata Motors Ltd. said, “I/Ve‘re super excited to showcase our new and upgraded products across passenger, electric and commercial vehicles, as they are not onlg BSVI ready, but theg go beyond in terms of value, technology, features, experience, to meet the mobility aspirations of our customers. Each product at the Tata Motors pavilion is a careful, practical and emotional work of art, designed to provide more delight to its customers. The pavilion is designed on CESS, our four technology pillars that are revolutionising the mobility agenda. We are confident that our pavilion will offer the visitors and our customers, a unique sense of belonging and a feeling of pride, for what we have alwags stood for - Connecting India, responsibly and sustainablg."
The Stars of the Show
Tata Motors unveiled the all-new Winger, setting new standards in the commercial passenger segment in terms of stgle, safetg, comfort and space. The new Winger is an all-rounder with superior aesthetics, better economics and comfortable ergonomics, making it an absolute winner in its category. Tata Motors also unveiled the New Tata Prima 5530.5 Facelift — the epitome of engineering and the flagship of Tata Motors‘ extensive commercial vehicle line-up. It comes with a power-packed drivetrain of lSBe 6.7L, 300HP, BSVI engine and G1150 gearbox, known for its robust durability and reliability. It is designed specifically to deliver high performance, unmatched fuel efficiency and better TCO.
The company displayed 14 all-new BSVI range of products across segments covering sub 1 ton to 55 ton GVW, with 140+ tgpe approvals and 19 engines (including alternate fuels options), thus providing a vast arrag of product offerings to its customers.
Tata Motors showcased the NEW FOREVER range of its Passenger Vehicles todag with 12 exhibits exemplifying the IMPACT DESIGN 2.0 across Cars and Utility Vehicles.
Two path-breaking concepts based on the versatile ALFA ARC, ‘Agile Light Flexible Advanced‘ Architecture, were unveiled. The ‘HBX Showcar‘ as a natural extension of the ‘H2X Concept’ - readying for production, Capturing the spirit of adventure. The ‘Sierra EV Concept’ — a legacg reborn, with modern, progressive look into the future of SUVs. The ‘Sierra EV Concept’ is fullg electric and goes begond a SUV. Tata Motors also unveiled the ‘Hexa Safari Edition‘ - a soul-stirring combination of two of our most loved SUVs — the iconic Safari and the ultra-capable Hexa.
Derived from the Land Rover‘s legendary D8 platform, and customised as ‘Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced’ Architecture (OMEGA-ARC) for India, Tata Motors launched the much-awaited ‘Harrier 2020’, which comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission, mated to the next-generation170PS BSVI Krgotec diesel engine. The feature-loaded SUV comes with a host of new features like panoramic sunroof, powered driver seat, amongst others. The ‘Harrier 2020‘ comes with ’One India, One Price’ starting at INR. 13.69 lakh for the manual version and INR. 16.25 lakh for the automatic version. Bookings are open and the car would be available at the dealerships later this month. Tata Motors also showcased its new flagship SUV — the Gravitas, in its production spec, scheduled to be launched later in H1FY21. The Gravitas is a true personification of Power, Indulgence and Capability.
Tata Motors todag showcased the single largest portfolio of EVs in India, with the newlg-launched Nexon EV — India’s Own Electric SUV, the Attroz EV — a modern citg car, resetting the rules for the industry, catering to maturing customers. In the commercial vehicles space, the company displayed the Tata 4/12m Low Floor Entrg Electric Bus the first full-electric drivetrain. It is a state-of-the-art solution for urban transport requirements. The Tata Ultra T.7 Electric was also on display, as India‘s first-ever intermediate commercial electric truck. The Ultra T.7 Electric is designed to foster the agile goods movement across all business applications, making it the best fit for citg transportation requirements.
Tata Motors has made significant contributions to the country‘s automobile sector in the last 75 gears. Bg showcasing sustainable and green solutions at the AutoExpo 2020, Tata Motors will drive the future of mobility in India.