Tata Motors Unveils 21 Utility Vehicles Across All Segments; here are the highlights

Tata Motors unveiled 21 new utility vehicles in all segments

Highlights:

  • M & HCV: 7 new vehicles in the Construck, Tractor-Trailer and Rigid range with better fuel efficiency
  • I & LCV: 5 new vehicles with a GVW of 4 to 18 tonnes with CNG powertrains, increased deck length and Ultra Sleek cabins
  • SCV: 4 multi-purpose vehicles offering more agility in last mile delivery
  • Bus: 5 new vehicles, including an E-bus, with new features and global solutions for passenger transport

Bangalore, October 28, 2021: Tata Motors, India’s largest utility vehicle manufacturer, today stepped up its commitment to supporting India’s economic growth by unveiling an extensive and comprehensive lineup of 21 new products and variants. Designed and engineered to meet the evolving needs of freight and people transport across segments and applications, these state-of-the-art vehicles further enhance Tata Motors’ established ‘Power of 6’ benefit proposition to meet specific uses and applications while offering better productivity and lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

Unveiling the 21 vehicles, Mr. Girish Wagh, Executive Director of Tata Motors, said: “The drivers of infrastructure development, consumer consumption and e-commerce that fuel the Indian economy require continued support in terms of transport to operate seamlessly. As a leader in commercial vehicles, we continue to deliver a superior value proposition to customers by introducing smarter, future-ready products and services.

The 21 feature-rich vehicles we are presenting today are designed to meet the changing needs of the Indian economy and its growing demand for efficient transportation. Every aspect of these vehicles has been purposefully augmented to meet both varied duty cycles as well as special applications. Incorporating the latest technological advancements, refined powertrains, and improvements in comfort and convenience, our vehicles are ideal for meeting customers’ need for high vehicle utilization for more revenue with lower costs for more profit. .

The advantage of Tata Motors

Tata Motors has been at the forefront of technological and product innovations that have significantly contributed to facilitating the growth of the country. Pioneers in product innovations as well as segment introductions with a universe of value-added services for comprehensive vehicle maintenance accessible through the Sampoorna Seva 2.0 initiative, optimal fleet management through Fleet Edge and 24-hour support and 7/7 of India’s largest service network, Tata Motors continues to set new benchmarks with holistic transportation solutions that provide customers with more benefits and a lower total cost of ownership.

Medium and heavy commercial vehicles

Tata Motors’ M & HCV trucks have been helping build the nation for over 75 years. With India on a growth path, Tata Motors has stayed ahead of the curve to meet the needs of tomorrow, today. As the undisputed leader in construction and freight transport, the company has so far deployed over 25 lakh trucks, with over 1 lakh of BS6 vehicles. These trucks have stood the test of time and have provided value to our customers operating in a variety of applications. They cater for a full range of freight movements – market load, agriculture, cement, iron and steel, container, vehicle transporter, petroleum, chemicals, tankers, LPG, FMCG, white goods, perishables, construction, mining, municipal applications with many fully built body options for dumpers, dumpers, tankers, bulk carriers and trailers.

Medium and light commercial vehicles

Since conceptualizing light trucks for the Indian market in 1986, Tata Motors’ I & LCV lineup has grown significantly in size, scale, presence and popularity. Available in diesel and CNG engines, more than 50,000 BS6 I & LCV have already been sold. Renowned for their construction, efficiency and the variety of applications for which they can be used, Tata Motors’ I & LCV vehicles have helped increase profit potential for customers. Offered with a GVW of 4 to 18 tonnes, this range is the ideal choice for both last mile as well as medium and long haul, as it offers cabin choices according to duty cycle requirements. The introduction of a longer bridge length is designed to better meet the unique needs of the rapidly growing e-commerce segment.

Small commercial vehicles and vans

Tata Motors SCV & PUs have encouraged self-employment in urban and rural areas by providing a respectable livelihood for nearly 30 lakh Indians. The SCV & PU portfolio has grown exponentially over the past 16 years, focused on delivering safer, smarter and more value-creating offerings to customers in last mile transport. The lineup includes the Ace, Intra and rugged Yodha brands, covering the full range of body styles. Tata’s DMCs continue to be at the forefront of last mile delivery for their versatility in all applications – market logistics, distribution of fruits, vegetables and agricultural products, beverages and bottles, FMCG and FMCD products, e-commerce, parcels and couriers, furniture, packaged LPG cylinders, dairy, pharmaceutical and food products, refrigerated transport, as well as waste management applications.

Commercial passenger vehicles

For over fifty years, Tata Motors Ltd. has continued to redefine the way people view road travel in India. With applications ranging from school transport or intra-urban staff to inter-city trips to meet the needs of urban public transport, the range has been at the forefront of offering clean and green technologies such as CNG, LNG. , the hydrogen cell and leads head-on. with its electric buses. Over the years, more than 600 electric buses circulate in 10 Indian cities and have covered approximately 20 million cumulative kilometers. The Passenger CV range places particular emphasis on passenger and driver comfort, while focusing on operator profitability.

About Tata Motors

A member of the $ 109 billion Tata Group, Tata Motors Limited (NYSE: TTM; BSE: 500570 and 570001; NSE: TATAMOTORS and TATAMTRDVR), a $ 34 billion organization, is one of the world’s leading car manufacturers. , utility vehicles, pick-up. ups, trucks and buses, offering a wide range of integrated, intelligent and electric mobility solutions. With “Connecting Aspirations” at the heart of its brand promise, Tata Motors is the Indian market leader in commercial vehicles and among the top three in the passenger vehicle market.

Tata Motors strives to bring new products that spark the imaginations of GenNext customers, powered by cutting-edge design and R&D centers located in India, UK, US, Italy and Korea from South. With an emphasis on engineering and technological automotive solutions adapted to the future of mobility, the company’s innovation efforts are focused on the development of pioneering technologies that are sustainable and adapted to the evolving aspirations of the market and clients. The company is a pioneer in the electric vehicle (EV) transition in India and is leading the shift to sustainable mobility solutions by preparing a tailor-made product strategy, leveraging the synergy between group companies and playing a role active in liaison with the government in the elaboration of the political framework.

With operations in India, UK, South Korea, Thailand, South Africa and Indonesia, supported by a strong global network of 103 subsidiaries, 9 associated companies, 4 joint ventures and 2 joint operations as of March 31 2021, Tata Motors commercial and passenger vehicles are marketed in countries spread across Africa, Middle East, South and Southeast Asia, Australia, South America, Russia and other countries of the CIS.

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