Tata Zest compact sedan is debuted at ongoing 2014 #IIMS (Indonesia International Motor Show). Tata has showcased only Revotron petrol variant, not diesel version with Automated Manual Transmission (AMT).
Microlise, a Â£25m turnover market leader in the transport telematics sector is all set to offer technological services to Tata Motors through a new deal signed and sealed on Thursday. This five year contract is entered into in order to bring in latest global Fleet Telematics solutions to the Indian Market.
Tata’s all new Zest was launched about a month ago. In first month since launch, Zest sedan has become the best selling Tata car for the month, registering sales of 2671 units.
Maruti Celerio AMT demand increases despite long waiting period and it looks like Alto 800, Alto K10 and Swift facelift are getting automatic variants, not all of them would be AMT.
Tata Motors has successfully launched their new Zest sedan in India. The company now gears up to launch its new Bolt hatchback by early 2015. Spotted earlier on many occasions, Tata continues to test their Bolt hatchback, as suggested by these latest spy shots which were clicked in Chennai.
Tata Ace Refresh HT was launched in September 2013 as High Torque variant for Rs. 3.30 lakhs (ex-showroom Delhi). Same was spotted testing near Coimbatore recently carrying full load.
A total of 15 companies from China have shown interest in introducing a range of electric vehicles in Gujarat, for which they are planning investment to the tune of $100 million. With plans to set up base at an industrial park near Sanand, Gujarat, a delegation of 7 electric vehicle manufacturers from China visited Sanand on 28 August, 2014.
Tata Motors, leading passenger and commercial vehicle makers in the country have announced the receipt of an order for 487 buses from KSRTC (Karnataka State Road Transport Corporation) and 780 buses from HRTC (Himachal Road Transport Corporation). Marco Polo buses from Tata Motors will be supplied adhering to Urban Bus Specifications under JNNURM-II scheme.