Tata Motors Xtreme Drive in a Safari Storme in Mumbai 26 – 28 April
To demonstrate strengths and capabilities of Tata Safari Storme and to project it’s off road capacities, Tata Motors has been creating off roading experiences for SUV enthusiasts ever since launch of the SUV in October 2012. This drive is all about offering customers and adventure enthusiasts a chance to experience Tata Safari Storme and the coming weekend, April 26 to 28, 2013, will see this Xtreme Drive being held at MMRDA Grounds in Bandra, Mumbai.
Specially designed off roading set ups across the city will ensure that these Xtreme Drives continue each weekend. It is planned at the Airoli Grounds on May 4th and 5th, followed by Nerul’s Seawood Grounds on May 11th and 12th, Somaya Grounds at Vikhroli on May 18th and 19th, Borivali Kora Kendra on May 25th and 26th and lastly at the Andheri’s Chitrakoot Grounds on June 1st and 2nd.
Tata Safari Storme is not only noted for its off roading facilities, but is also acclaimed due to its enhanced technological features, higher level of performance and superior comforts and style within its hold. In the past five months, over 10,000 experiences have been held in a total of 60 cities in India with special emphasis to the new Tata Safari Storme’s power and performance across off roading elements such as See-Saw, Bumble Bee, Bat Flight, Dwindler, and Rumblers. Tata Safari Storme is available in Urban Bronze, Pearl White, Sardinia Red, Pearl Champagne, Astern Black and Arctic Silver and is available at a base price of INR 10.24 lakhs.
Ranjit Yadav, President, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors, said, “The Tata Safari Storme is a go-anywhere vehicle, a combination of technology, performance, style and comfort, and is ideal for today’s motorists. Through Tata Motors Xtreme Drive, we hope to give customers and enthusiast alike, an experience of what this Real SUV is capable of, in their vicinity. The initiative has grown incredibly in the past five months, with over 10,000 experiences across 60 cities.”