Tata Motors, one of the leading automakers in the country, has reported an eight percent growth in sales (including exports) in March 2017 with 57,145 vehicles sold compared to a figure of 53,057 vehicles clocked in March 2016. On the domestic front, the automaker reportedly sold 51,309 units in March 2017 – that’s a 10 per cent bump compared to a sale of 46,701 units in the same period last year. In terms of exports, the cumulative sales for this fiscal year witnessed a 6 per cent growth with 5, 42,561 units sold as opposed to 5, 11,705 vehicles sold in the previous fiscal year.
Interestingly, the company witnessed a cumulative sales growth of 22 per cent in the domestic market with 1, 53,151 passenger vehicles sold as against 1, 25,946 units recorded in the last fiscal. The positive growth is a result of the company’s major volume driving product, the Tiago. Moreover, the automaker recently introduced the Hexa SUV as well as the Tigor compact sedan, both of which have a fair share of fan following. Moving away from its conventional identity, Tata Motors is also geared up to take a giant leap ahead owing to its modern design philosophy along with modern technology on offer.
Earlier last month, the Tata Motors announced its sub-brand Tamo, which will launch the Racemo sports car later this year. The much awaited two-seat, mid-engine vehicle is the company’s first ever sports coupe which is also based on a new design language. As promising as it gets, the future line-up from Tata is definitely expected to help the brand mark its presence in the commuter as well as the performance segments in the country.