Tata Motors seems to be working hard towards demonstrating its capabilities and mobility solutions as an Indian OEM in shaping India’s future of mobility.
The firm recently bagged an order to produce electric versions of its Tigor sub-four metre sedan and now, it is set to contribute towards the government’s aspiration of building smart cities.
A release from the firm stated that at the Auto Expo Tata Motors will explore a world of ‘Smart Mobility, Smart Cities’ at their pavilion.
Tata Motors is committed to support the vision of smart cities with its end-to- end integrated mobility solutions across commercial and passenger vehicles.
Tata Motors say, they are in a unique position to play a complimentary role in the smart cities of the future.
Tata Motors will showcase 26 smart mobility solutions across its passenger and commercial vehicles brought alive in a specially curated theme across the pavilion.
Tata Motors seems to have developed a product portfolio that ranges from public transport to personal cars, from last mile connectivity to BRTS (Bus Rapid Transport System), from emergency response vehicles to commercial utility vehicles, from green and sustainable solutions to vehicles designed to simply amplify the thrill of the drive. The firm quotes that it will cater to connecting aspirations and every need of discerning customers.
Giving a sneak peek into the future with global premiere of some key PV and CV models, the company will also reveal its new design language – IMPACT Design 2.0 in PV.
In CV too, Tata Motors is set to redefine some segments, with design that reflects a sense of purpose coupled with strength and quality.