Tata Motors has felt warm water after dipping its toes in the market with a new product, Zest compact sedan, and is preparing to dive in with a long list of new products spanning almost all segments it swims in.
MapmyIndia has partnered with Tata Motors to offer GPS navigation in the new Bolt hatchback, which is built into the car.
Mayank Pareek, Tata Motors’ newly-appointed President of Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, talks about the company growing younger and strategy in motion to put a Bolt in over 4,000 homes a month.
Noting that the Indian passenger car market is on the brink of touching the 5 million domestic sales mark, from a current 2.5 million mark per annum by 2020, Tata Motors is set to expand their sale networks throughout the country.
Tata Bolt hatchback made its public debut at the 2014 Delhi Auto Expo earlier this year, along with the Zest sedan. Having successfully launched Zest sedan in the Indian market, it is now turn of their flagship hatchback – Bolt. Rush Lane test drives the car for a day at a media exclusive event in Udaipur and here is our review.
Tata Bolt will be launched in the coming weeks. To be offered in a choice of petrol and diesel engines, here are all the official details you will need to know and see, in case you are planning to buy a hatchback in this segment.
Tata Bolt hatchback is the Indian automaker’s next huge product that is expected to follow the success path of Zest company sedan launched a few months ago.
Much awaited Tata Bolt hatchback is ready to crash the B-segment party where the brand was sitting at a corner gawking at the entire crowd including Maruti Swift, Hyundai i20, Volkswagen Polo, Toyota Etios Liva and even Fiat Punto EVO.