Tata Nano Twist Active with F-Tronic transmission (AMT) is spied testing with camouflage again. Nano Twist Active (with openable boot) is expected to launch by end of 2014, while F-Tronic variant will come out early next year as most affordable automatic (rather automated) transmission car in India.
Year 2014 is not over but upcoming cars in 2015 are stacking up, calling for a compilation post. Here is a list of Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai and Tata cars set for launch next year.
Tata Kite hatchback and a compact sedan based on it will be launched in 2015, to rival Maruti Celerio, Wagon R, and Chevrolet Beat; and it will sport a new 1.05 litre diesel engine mated to five speed manual transmission.
Tata Bolt has resurfaced back in spy shot market, with same raining Bolt camouflage, on Pune Bangalore highway. Does it sport AMT?
Keen to expand their reach across the worldâ€™s second largest car market, Jaguar Land Rover owned by Indiaâ€™s Tata Motors is seeking to set up new plant in the US. The British car makers are said to be in talks with several southern states which also includes South Carolina for the upcoming plant.
In promoting safety is school bus commutes, Tata Motors involved students from class I â€“ X in a drawing and collage making competition, ‘Dream it to win it’.
Tata Motors Group (including JLR) global wholesales in September 2014, stand at 80,104 units, down from 87,316 units in Sep 2013, equating to 8% sales decline.