Punch, India’s first sub-compact SUV from Tata Motors has become the latest
recipient of the 5-star rating (16.453) for adult occupant protection and
4-starrating (40.891) for child occupant protection from Global NCAP, a UK
based global car assessment programme. The Tata Punch is third car from Tata
Motors to receive this recognition after Altroz in January 2020 and Nexon in
across its studios in India, UK, and Italy, the Punch has been developed to
herald the creation of an entirely new category - the sub-compact SUV, to
address a growing customer need for a small in size but big on space, safety,
performance and features.
on this milestone, Shailesh Chandra, President, Passenger Vehicles Business,
Tata Motors, said, “SUVs are the ideal solution for Indian customers as they
offer a perfect balance of performance, comfort and durability suited for
Indian roads. When we were developing
the Punch, we were very clear that despite its compact size, we wanted to offer
customers a holistic package.The Punch reinforces the four core pillars that
define all Tata SUVs- Stunning Design, Versatile and Engaging Performance,
Roomy and Spacious Interiors, and Absolute Safety. We are proud to have
delivered yet another product that will be regarded as the safest passenger
vehicle on Indian roads. This landmark achievement by Tata Motors is also a
testament of the fact that the automotive industry in India is capable of
delivering the highest global standards of safety in vehicles.”
Petkar, President & Chief Technology Officer, Tata Motors, “We are
delighted to offer yet another 5-star rated car from our stable - The Tata
Punch. It is an Industry first achievement in the sub-compact SUV segment and a
testimony to Tata Motors continued commitment and leadership on product safety.
This achievement is in line with our philosophy that vehicle safety should be
made accessible to all. Getting the GNCAP 5-star for vehicle program comes as
an outcome of the relentless hard work put in by cross-functional teams across
the organization, including our supplier partners. Together they have delivered
yet another excellent package consisting of an outstanding structural integrity
while deploying “digital first” strategy. The Company has dedicated itself to
the mission of ‘Safe Bharat’ by developing innovative and safe mobility
solutions and is committed to the mobility transformation through Connected,
Electrified, Shared & Safe (CESS) approach.”
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