Company is going beyond BS 6 by showcasing a complete new range of passenger, electric and commercial vehicles
Tata Motors Ltd is showcasing an all-new range of passenger, electric and commercial vehicles with a focus on being Connected, Electric, Shared and Safe (CESS), at the Auto Expo 2020. The company carried out four global unveils, a pre-production preview and a commercial launch at the Motor Show. The company it has the widest range of BS 6 ready portfolio on display.
Tata Motors unveiled the HBX Show car, which is based on the ALFA ARC and the Sierra EV Concept, while introducing the Hexa Safari Edition. It launched its Harrier 2020 with one price across India, starting at Rs 13.69 lakh for the manual version and Rs 16.25 lakh for the automatic variant. The carmaker also teased the pre-production version of its flagship SUV Gravitas that is scheduled to be launched in the first half of FY2021. Tata also announced the global unveil of the all-new Tata Winger and the Tata Prima facelift 5530.S. The company said is displaying the single largest EV portfolio across passenger and commercial vehicles.
The company unveiled its all-new BS 6 range of commercial vehicles in the form of the all-new Winger, as well as the New Prima 5530.S facelift. Tata displayed 14 all-new BS 6 range of products across segments covering sub 1 ton to 55 ton GVW, with 140+ type approvals and 19 engines, thus providing a vast array of product offerings.
The electric vehicle portfolio of Tata Motors showcased at the Auto Expo 2020 is the single largest in India, with the newly-launched Nexon EV and the Altroz EV. In the commercial vehicles space, the company displayed the Tata 4/12m Low Floor Entry Electric Bus with the first full-electric drivetrain. The Tata Ultra T.7 Electric was also on display, as India’s first-ever intermediate commercial electric truck, which has been designed to foster the agile goods movement across all business applications, making it the best fit for city transportation requirements.
Guenter Butschek, CEO and Managing Director, Tata Motors, said the new and upgraded products across passenger, electric and commercial vehicles are not only BS 6 ready, but go beyond in terms of value, technology, features and experience. The pavilion is designed on CESS, which are the company’s four technology pillars that are revolutionising the mobility agenda, he added.