Tata’s passenger vehicles cross 4 million sales milestone

New Delhi: Tata Motors today announced a milestone in the production of 4 million passenger vehicles in India from its inception.

“The company is grateful for the overwhelming customer support that has made this achievement possible. In light of this, Tata Motors has launched the ‘We Love You 4 Million’ campaign to honor the support of its customers through this successful journey,” the company said in a statement.

For many years, Tata Motors has produced vehicles such as the Indica, Sierra, Sumo, Safari and Nano.

“With the introduction of the Tata Safari, the company pioneered the concept of a ‘lifestyle SUV’, thereby creating a four-wheeler that is of great interest to its customers. With V.Indica, the company has changed the customer’s view of how a passenger vehicle is obtained.

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The company’s PS6 range includes Diego, Diego, Nexon, Harrier and Ultros.

Tata Motors is the first car manufacturer in India to receive a 5 star Global NCAP rating for its model Nexan. Tata Motors has 67% market share as India’s largest EV manufacturer, leading to the adoption of electric vehicles in India, the company said.

Tata Motors achieved 1 million production for passenger vehicles in 2005-06, 3 million in 2015 and 4 million production milestone this month.

Shailesh Chandra, Head, Passenger Vehicles, Tata Motors, said, “As a home-grown vehicle brand in India, we are pleased to have reached this milestone in our passenger vehicle segment. From the outset, Tata Motors’ commitment to introducing products with superior safety, design and performance has been credited to our Chairman Mr. Emeritus. Ratan revives Tata’s vision. Over the past 30 years, we have created icons that not only meet the needs of customers, but also set new definitions in their respective categories. Our “new forever” passenger vehicles only strengthen our commitment to our customers. In an effort to prepare for the future, we have embarked on a sustainable journey with EVs and are leading India’s journey towards sustainable transport. ”


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