Tata Motors theme at the Auto
Expo 2018 is ‘Smart Mobility, Smart Cities’. In the Passenger Vehicles (PV)
segment as part of the two-architecture strategy, two innovations made their
global debut at this motor show. These were the ‘H5X concept’ from the –
‘Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced’ Architecture – the 5-seater luxury SUV and the 45X
concept – the premium hatchback based on the versatile – ‘Agile Light Flexible Advanced’
In the Commercial Vehicles
(CV) segment, the all-new Tata Intra - the stylish, feature loaded, compact
truck that is set to re-define the SCV segment in the country was unveiled.
Bollywood Superstar and Tata Motors’ CV business brand ambassador, Akshay Kumar
made a grand entry unveiling the Tata Intra in a dramatic fashion. Also
displayed were the Signa 4323, India’s first 6-axle rigid truck with a 30-ton
payload, the highest in the market and the all-new Ultra T.7, an elegant LCV
based on the modular ULTRA platform and with a 1.9-meter, wide cabin.
The company also announced its
new design language ‘IMPACT 2.0’ for PVs and for CVs, ‘Premium Tough’ - a
design that reflects a sense of purpose coupled with strength and quality.
The vehicles were unveiled in the
presence of N. Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons and Tata Motors , Guenter
Butschek, CEO & MD, Mayank Pareek, President, Passenger Vehicle Business
Unit, and Girish Wagh, President, Commercial Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors.
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