Tata Motors is busy testing its upcoming hatchback, Kite. The car has been snapped dozens of times already and now once again, a new prototype of Tata Kite has been caught on camera; this time, we have a few clear spy shots of the model thanks to ... International Business Times India, 2 hours ago
Tata Motors had launched its Nano hatchback with a strong vision and goal behind it. They targeted it earlier as a cheap vehicle, which did not sit well with people planning of buying it. The Indian manufacturer then re-positioned its product as an ...DriveSpark.com, 3 hours ago
Cars running on air still on Tata Motors' radar In one of the longest running experiments over alternate fuel development, Tata Motors is said to be keenly pursuing interests in vehicles that run on air. About seven years ago, the Mumbai-based company had signed a license agreement with Luxembourg-based Motor Development International (MDI) to produce and sell cars that run on air. Later in 2012, the company declared that it has tested the technology on two of its cars. However, no further ...Rediff.com, 12 hours ago Cars running on air still on Tata Motors' radar Smart Investor, 1 day ago
Tata Motors plans to rationalise its portfolio of models over a period of time even as the passenger carmaker accelerates the roll out of next-gen vehicles. One cannot carry on making the same kind of cars. We will eventually rationalise our ...Hindu Business Line, 22 hours ago
Tata Motors to Increase Nano Sales: Tata Motors will not phase out Nano, instead plans new initiative to ...
The company is also planning to launch Nano with AMT (automatic manual transmission) technology. Tata Motors had showcased Nano AMT variant with various advance technologies during the 2014 Auto Expo. The company, which is seeing revival in domestic ...OnCars.in, 1 day ago Tata Motors Plan To Launch Nano AMT Version To Boost Sales DriveSpark.com, 1 day ago Not Phasing Out Nano, Says Tata Motors NDTV Profit, 1 day ago Tata Nano to sport automatic gear shift feature soon Business Today India, 1 day ago
It has been almost two decades since Tata Motors came out with the Safari, and although old by all all standards now, that design still appeals to a lot of SUV obsessed buyers across the nation. Now, in an effort to carry that appeal forward, their ...Motoroids.com, 1 day ago Compact SUV From Tata Motors To Look Like Evoque? Burn Your Fuel, 1 day ago Tata Compact SUV Could Look Like A Mini Evoque Indian Drives, 1 day ago Upcoming Tata Compact SUV Is Mini Evoque In Design MotorBeam.com, 1 day ago
Tata Motors showcased their Nexon concept at the Auto Expo last year, which previewed how the Pune based Auto Major is envisaging its version of a compact SUV and what we saw looked real interesting. A new report at Autocar claims that the ...MotoBash.com, 1 day ago Tata Nexon SUV to get Evoque like styling; will sport 110bhp, 1.5L diesel engine India Car News, 1 day ago Tata Nexon compact crossover to look like a mini Evoque, will debut new 110 bhp 1.5 litre diesel engine Rush Lane, 1 day ago
Tata Motors consolidated financial profile remains strong driven by robust performance of its subsidiary Jaguar Land Rover and improvement in its Indian operations with new product launches. According to rating agency Fitch, Tata Motor's ...Financial Chronicle, 1 day ago Fitch affirms outlook on Tata Motors Livemint.com, 2 days ago Fitch Affirms Tata Motors at BB'; Outlook Stable iMarketReports, 2 days ago Fitch Affirms Tata Motors at 'BB' with stable outl... Economic Times, 1 day ago
Lucknow, Jan 30 (IANS) Faced with threats by Tata Motors to shift its operations from the state to neighbouring Uttarakhand, the Uttar Pradesh government has approved a capital subsidy of Rs 187 crore to retain it in the state, officials said ...Mangalorean, 1 day ago
Tata Motors will launch the Zest , their latest compact sedan, in Nepal next month. The company launched the car in India last year and now the manufacturer will start exporting the car to the neighbouring country. The Tata Zest is a compact ...CarWale, 1 day ago
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