It seems Tata Motors has stripped the 2015 Safari Storme of its features to bring the price down, to compete with glaring crossovers in the Rs. 10 lakh price range.
Maruti Suzuki Gypsy has been the preferred vehicle for the Indian Army. But, it only has a payload capacity of 500 kgs. Indian Army floated tenders for vehicles with 800 kgs capacity. This is where Mahindra Scorpio and Tata Safari Storme comes in the picture.
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.
Tata Motors has presented a custom off-road concept of Safari Storme SUV at 2014 Autocar Performance Show in Mumbai.