Tata Motors is set to make a
fresh new appearance at the 2018 Auto Expo to held early in February. The
company will demonstrate its capabilities and mobility solutions toward the
future of mobility in India. The Tata Motors pavilion at Hall No. 14 will give
visitors a chance to explore a world of 'Smart Mobility, Smart Cities' where
the company is slated to showcase 26 new smart mobility solutions across its
passenger and commercial vehicle business.
Tata Motors has shown its
commitment to the Government's vision of building smart cities where in
everything is part of a connected ecosystem. The company has end to end
integrated mobility solutions across commercial and passenger vehicles and is
in a position to play a supportive role to the smart cities of India with its
diverse product portfolio.
The Indian OEM will be
showcasing its smart mobility solutions in a specially curated theme showcased
across its pavilion at the 2018 Auto Expo. The company also has plans to
premier some key PV and CV models. It will also debut its new Impact Design 2.0
in the passenger vehicles space. In the commercial vehicle space, Tata Motors
will redefine some segments to reflect purpose, strength and quality.
Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD, Tata Motors, said, “For over seven decades, Tata
Motors has led the mobility space in the country by bringing global innovations
to meet customer needs. Being the only Indian automotive manufacturer with an
end-to-end product portfolio and with ‘Connecting Aspirations’ at the heart of
our brand identity, we share a responsibility to seamlessly connect into
India’s aspiration for smart cities with our integrated mobility solutions. In
line with our efforts to support the Government’s vision, our pavilion at the
Auto Expo, is developed under the theme of ‘Smart Mobility, Smart Cities’ and
will give our customers a preview of Tata Motors’ future mobility solutions.”
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