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.
Tata Safari Storme facelift was expected to launch by end of this year, but word is out that it will hit showrooms by mid-2015.
Mahindra launched Scorpio facelift and Renault launched All Wheel Drive version of Duster recently amplifying buzz in the segment. Here is on-paper technical specification comparison among aforementioned, Nissan Terrano and Tata Safari Storme.
Tata Motors is harnessing plenty of feel good momentum from it’s association with Singham Returns. The association saw officials hand over two Tata Sumo Gold Utility Vehicles to the Mumbai Police this week.
Tata Safari Storme was expected to inherit upgrades that Aria facelift received, which was launched earlier this year. New information surfaces confirming some of those enhancements to be provided in new Safari Storme, set to launch during Diwali festive season.