Tata Motors is all set to fight back in Indian automobile market. In Horizonnext tata motors displayed 8 new variants of their vehicles. This display includes new upgraded indigo eCS, sumo, indica, safari storme and nano. Among them all the major upgrade are seen in sumo, eCS and nano.
The Indigo eCS gets a refresh in looks and also technically as the gear shifts have even improved. The new F-Shift gearbox makes it easier to shift. Features added are new smoked headlamps, rear parking assist, duo flat suspension and dual colored bumpers. And surprisingly new eCS now comes with company flitted CNG option.
At Horizonext, Mr. Karl Slym, Managing Director, Tata Motors, said, “While the Indian automobile market has become intensely competitive, our goal is to enhance our market leadership in commercial vehicles and move to a strong podium finish in the passenger vehicle market. Horizonext is the next step in line with the company’s mission to be passionate in anticipating and providing the best vehicles and experiences that excite our customers globally. We are igniting that passion — so that customers are central to us, in what we are offering in our products, in the manner we are engaging with them at our dealerships, and in the processes we have adopted in servicing their vehicles.”
Addition to that company also introduced new tata indica and special explorer edition of safari storme. New indica now have transmission with Smart-Shift gear technology is coupled to a refined and powerful diesel engine. This will allow a smooth gear shifts and a class leading fuel economy of 25kmpl claimed by company. It also gets a new refined Dual Path Suspension that ensures great ride, handling and drivability on all kinds of roads.Tata nano also gets upgraded looks with chrome strip on front and rear bumper and with integrated audio with Bluetooth connectivity. Now nano will also come with new color options as well. which is very much same as we have described in last article.