At the prestigious Auto Expo 2023, Tata Motors, India’s largest auto and mobility solutions company, unveiled its future ready range of safer, smarter and greener vehicles and concepts, designed to transform personal mobility, people mobility and cargo transport.
Inaugurating the Tata Motors pavilion and unveiling its extensive range of vehicles, concepts and solutions, N Chandrasekaran, Executive Chairman, Tata Sons and Chairman, Tata Motors said, “We are leading sustainability, energy transition and digitalization led transformation in each of our businesses. With emphasis on zero emission powertrains, cutting-edge technologies, advanced design engineering and best-in-class services, Tata Motors is accelerating the adoption of sustainable mobility and ‘net zero’ carbon emission goals. At the Auto Expo 2023, we are proud to present our vision of the future and its manifestation through our new age vehicles, concepts and smart mobility solutions.”
Tata Motors unveiled 14 exclusive vehicles and concepts representing, India’s greenest, smartest, and most advanced range of logistics and mass mobility solutions
• First in India: Most comprehensive range of greener sustainable logistics and mass mobility solutions across CV segments, powered by natural gas, electric and hydrogen
• Showstopper: Showcasing the decarbonization pathway concept for long-haul trucking, with 4 clean propulsion technologies integrated in the Prima range: Hydrogen ICE, Hydrogen Fuel Cell EV, Battery EV & LNG
• Unique Hydrogen propulsion concepts:
Starbus Fuel cell EV- India’s first Hydrogen fuel cell bus for commercial application
PRIMA E.55S- India’s first hydrogen fuel cell powered Tractor concept
PRIMA H.55S- India’s first hydrogen ICE powered concept truck
Signa (28 to 55 T range), underpinned by the new generation, all-energy architecture and modern cabin for M&HCV segment
Azura (7 to 19T range), underpinned by the new generation architecture for I&LCV segment, with all new exteriors and interiors
Ultra E.9- Zero emission, smart logistics city truck for intracity high-capacity urban cargo transportation
Magic EV- Electrified version of India’s favourite last-mile passenger transport
Prima E.28K- Zero emission versatile tipper concept for Mining and closed loop applications
Ace EV- Zero emission last mile distribution small commercial vehicle
Starbus EV- State-of-the-art, Zero emission, Urban public transport solution
Yodha CNG &I ntra V20 BiFuel (long range)- new CNG powered pick-ups
Prima G.35K- India’s first LNG Tipper for heavy duty applications
Winger: Premium version of popular Winger with luxurious interiors that re-defines the ride comfort
Exhibits: smart digital and connected vehicle offerings: e-Dukaan, Fleet Edge & Fleet Management Solution
Speaking about the future of mobility from the commercial vehicle perspective, Girish Wagh, Executive Director, Tata Motors, said,” We are leading the global megatrend of sustainable, connected, and safer mobility in India. With our goal to achieve net-zero emissions by 2045, we are transforming mobility by re-imagining our entire product portfolio, value chain and operations. Today, we have unveiled India’s cleanest, smartest, and most advanced range of logistics and mass mobility solutions across all segments of commercial vehicles. Underpinned by the state-of-the-art propulsion technologies, we are uniquely positioned to offer in every segment multiple green fuel options- natural gas, electric, and hydrogen. Our commitment and proactive actions towards zero-emission technologies will enable customers to progressively and seamlessly transition to cleaner and commercially viable mobility solutions, both over the short and long term.”
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