Mahindra Genio based PCP Terra Motor Home is a Home away from Home
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As the Indian economy doles out more millionaires, the Indian Automotive sector is maturing to new and exciting concepts in motoring. Gone are the days where the most exciting part of Indian motoring scene was a bunch of Mitsubishi Lancers and Honda Citys. Now, we have Supercars, ATVs, Sports bikes and the lot. Paracoat Products Limited (PCP) is cashing in on this new demand and has brought out the Terra – a Motor home for Indian families who occasionally like to hit the road!
Developed in collaboration with Siam Motor home Co of Thailand and Van Tech of Japan, the PCP Terra is a Motor Home that can also act as a mobile Office for the rich who just can seem to take a break in their daily chores. It is based on the Mahindra Genio Pickup truck but can also be based on the Tata Xenon or any other pickup truck.
It can carry 6 people along with the driver in good comfort. It has meeting area can be adjusted to a bed room with capacity of 5 people. It is fitted with all required facilities like Air Conditioner, Heater, Refrigerator, Microwave, Wash room, Shower, shelves (shoes, jackets, night wear, special design drawers for kitchen utensils, Stereo and Multimedia System (TV, Radio, DVD player, mp3 player).
The PCP Terra can be yours if you are willing to shell out 31 and 37 Lakhs deepening on the customization. PCP believes that the best target audience for the Terra is defence personnel, infrastructure companies, corporate houses, travel houses, tourism companies, political parties.
PCP plans to launch the showrooms for the Terra first in NCR followed by Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai. The deliveries expected to start in June 2012. First 90 Terras will be imported from Thailand through the CKD route. PCP’s plant has an assembling capacity of 300 PCP Terra home cars in a year and the company plans to expand the capacity to 500 by 2016.
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