Tata Motors marks its entry into Algeria with a host of products in the passenger segment. The company has appointed SPA Elsecom for distribution and marketing of passenger vehicles in the country and will introduce the Tata Indica and Vista along with Indigo and Manza in the hatchback and sedan range respectively.
After registering decline in sales for years together, due to non-competitive products, Tata Motors has finally decided to take assistance of their British company, JLR where design and development of new cars and engines is concerned.
Turning to â€˜hub and spoke modelâ€™ for overseas ventures, with India acting as the manufacturing base is being devised by Tata Motors. This new system will allow the company to not only offset downturn in its domestic business, but will also pave the way for the company to become a significant global player.
Tata Motors is set to begin development of two new SUVs with support from Jaguar and Land Rover (JLR). These products could fall in premium SUV segment, in price range of Rs. 16-25 lakhs.
Launched in India in 2009, Tata Nano in its latest Twist variant avatar now enters Bangladesh three years later than planned, due to pricing issues. After receiving tepid response in India, Nano is launched as a low budget car in Bangladesh and expected to capture greater attention here.
In its new avatar, Tata Motors’ 13 revamped showrooms and strong new sales team, the Indian automaker announced NCR as an important market for its new compact sedan Zest. First 100 customers were invited to a special event at Delhi this week.
Tata Motors has launched the new Zest compact sedan in India. Sold in two engine options and a total of nine variants, prices start at INR 4.64 lakhs for the base petrol variant and INR 5.64 lakhs for its diesel counterpart.
Tata Motorsâ€™ Nano, the â€˜worldâ€™s cheapest carâ€™ is about to get a new title. The Nano is being revamped and launched as a â€˜smart city carâ€™ in a bid to shed it poor manâ€™s car image. Tata Group Chairman, Cyrus P Mistry, told shareholders at the 68th Annual General Meeting that the â€˜smart city carâ€™ would target young customers with power steering options, improved interiors and exteriors and better fuel efficiency.