Tata indigo eCS sedan in India Limca Book of Records
Tata indigo eCS sedan in India Limca Book of Records. The record rendering endurance drive test results clocked best fuel economy at 41.14 kmpl, and an average fuel economy of 18.7 kmpl.
Tata Indigo eCS has set a new endurance world record by completing a non-stop nationwide mileage run, crossing 19 states and union territories and traversing over 14,000 kms in a span of 15 days. This mileage run shows reflects that the Tata Indigo eCS, which sells well in India and boasts of excellent fuel efficiency. The record rendering endurance drive test results clocked best fuel economy at 41.14 kmpl, and an average fuel economy of 18.7 kmpl.
Spacious interiors, quality finish, sculpted exteriors, innovative features and excellent fuel economy ratings are aspects that make Tata vehicles stand out from among the rest. The vehicle was driven by a team of 13 auto experts through widespread terrain and varied climatic conditions. The endurance run put this vehicle through its paces and paved a way for it to enter into the Limca Book of world Records.
Best Fuel economy statistics recorded during this run was 41.14 kmpl while average fuel economy statistics were registered at 18.7 kmpl. Climatic conditions varied from temperatures of -4°C to 48°C respectively. Results of this endurance run were put together by the Tata Motors team in collaboration with international accounting firm KPMG.
President – Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors, Ranjit Yadav had this to say, “The Tata Indigo eCS is the 3rd largest selling sedan in India today. The car has been appreciated for its classy styling and unbeatable value proposition that it offers. This endurance record has proven the Tata Indigo eCS as a robust and the most fuel-efficient sedan. Tata brands have always brought to the Indian passenger car market, best-in-class features, spacious interiors, personalised comfort and fuel efficiency. This feat has further encouraged us to continue developing innovative products and bring to market first-in-class value propositions.”