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Tata Cars

  • Upcoming
    EXPECTED TO LAUNCH ON
    23rd
    JAN
    Tata Harrier

    Tata Harrier

    Expected Price: ₹ 16 Lakhs
  • Tata Nexon

    Tata Nexon

    ₹ 6.37 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Tiago

    Tata Tiago

    ₹ 3.51 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Tigor

    Tata Tigor

    ₹ 5.31 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Safari Storme

    Tata Safari Storme

    ₹ 10.81 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Zest

    Tata Zest

    ₹ 5.56 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Sumo Gold

    Tata Sumo Gold

    ₹ 7.5 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Nano GenX

    Tata Nano GenX

    ₹ 2.47 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Tiago NRG

    Tata Tiago NRG

    ₹ 5.57 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Bolt

    Tata Bolt

    ₹ 4.97 Lakhs onwards
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  • Tata Tiago JTP

    Tata Tiago JTP

    ₹ 6.39 Lakhs
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  • Tata Nano

    Tata Nano

    ₹ 2.97 Lakhs
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  • Tata Tigor JTP

    Tata Tigor JTP

    ₹ 7.49 Lakhs
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  • Tata Hexa

    Tata Hexa

    ₹ 12.58 Lakhs onwards
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  • Upcoming
    Tata 45X

    Tata 45X

    Expected Price: ₹ 8 Lakhs
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About Tata

The Tata conglomerate is one of the biggest businesses in India and have been one of the pioneers of the Indian automotive industry. With manufacturing units in Pune and Gujarat, Tata Motors has tied up with global car makers like Mercedes-Benz and Fiat over the years, bringing luxury motoring to India and also the new generation of diesel engine technology to the Indian market. In 2008, Tata Motors acquired Jaguar and Land Rover, the...

The Tata conglomerate is one of the biggest businesses in India and have been one of the pioneers of the Indian automotive industry. With manufacturing units in Pune and Gujarat, Tata Motors has tied up with global car makers like Mercedes-Benz and Fiat over the years, bringing luxury motoring to India and also the new generation of diesel engine technology to the Indian market.

In 2008, Tata Motors acquired Jaguar and Land Rover, the legendary British marque from Ford. Tata Motors managed to turnaround the debt-ridden brand and re-establish JLR as a global luxury car maker again. Back home, Tata Motors went big with the Indica and its iterations, but as the market changed rapidly, the competitors gained the upper hand.

Now in the process of restructuring and rebranding Tata Motors as a modern global car maker, the new products like the Tata Tiago and the Tata Tigor have led from the front. Also SUVs like the Tata Hexa and the latest, the Nexon, have also gained market traction, pushing Tata Motors into the top-five car sellers in the country.

The new set of products in the premium segment will be built on the two new platforms Alpha and Omega with the first one for hatchbacks and sedans while the latter will spawn the bigger SUVs.

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