Tata Motors presented 12 vehicles and concepts in the passenger and electric vehicles segment at the Auto Expo 2023. The company aspires net-zero emissions by 2040 for passenger vehicle business.
The Tata Motors pavilion was inaugurated by N Chandrasekaran, Executive Chairman, Tata Sons and Chairman, Tata Motors, besides several senior officials of the company.
Vehicles include the Sierra.EV, a timeless design created with ‘Human Experience’ at its core. Then there was the first in India, an all-wheel drive electric SUV, Harrier.EV, a bold, powerful, intelligent vehicle developed on the Gen 2 architecture.
There is a public debut of Avinya concept, an expression of a pure electric vehicle built on the Gen 3 architecture , Other vehicle include ICE version of the Concept CURVV, Altroz iCNG and Punch iCNG that has full boot space as a result of revolutionary twin-cylinder technology .
For performance enthusiasts, there is the Altroz Racer and the sporty version of the Tiago.ev in their fun to drive avatars with gritty on-road presence
Speaking about the future of mobility from the passenger vehicles perspective, Shailesh Chandra, Managing Director, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd., said, “The Passenger Vehicle business has been focused on creating innovations and disruptions to constantly move India forward. With our ‘New Forever’ philosophy, we have refreshed and upgraded our portfolio with speed and agility, in line with fast evolving customer needs and lifestyles. We are creating India centric, new age personal mobility solutions by deploying smarter and safer technologies. We are investing in world class powertrains to deliver low emissions and superior performance. Today, we are unveiling design innovations in CNG that will disrupt established norms and are presenting modern body-styles with the concept Curvv in its ICE avatar for the aspiring Indians.
“We are driving towards a greener future mandate which demands an urgent collaborative action to reduce carbon emission. With an aim to attain net zero emission by 2040, we are spearheading this mission on the back of our three-gen EV architecture strategy. With the Tiago.ev, we have disrupted the market by making EVs more accessible. Today, we have unveiled products across Gen 2 and Gen 3 architecture with the Avinya, Harrier.EV and our showstopper-Sierra.EV which will make EVs more aspirational. EV contribution in our portfolio is likely to increase to 25% in 5 years and reach 50% by 2030.”
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