Category Archives : Tata Motors
Know what’s the latest on the Tata Tiago, Tata Hexa, Tata Nexon and other cars from Tata Motors.
Tata Motors is showcasing the Tata Xenon 150NX-Pert and Tata Xenon 150NXtreme at the 2016 Thai Motor Expo. Tata Xenon 150NX-Pert The Tata Xenon 150NX-Pert.
To arrive in showrooms in H2 2017. IAB reader Abhishek Joshi has photographed the rear of a Tata Nexon test mule up close at night,.
Could feature a new hydroformed chassis. The 2017 Tata Xenon was spied testing on the Mumbai Pune expressway by Performance Factory, featuring no disguise or.
Newest sub-4m sedan to launch in mid-2017. According to sources of Motor Octane, the Tata Kite 5 sedan could be christened as the Tata Viago.
Will be launched as a Maruti Swift Dzire rival in 2017. As Tata Motors continues testing the Tata Kite 5 in India, an engineering mule.
The Zest’s bodyshell integrity is rated “unstable”. Global NCAP test results haven’t been particularly good news for Indian cars, but with every press release, the.
Expected to be launched in H2 2017. The Tata Nexon has been spied testing by Autocar India forum member cars4life. The test mule in the.
Currently available only with 5-speed manual transmission. The Tata Tiago, irrespective of the engine option selected, is available only with a 5-speed manual transmission. An.
Bookings accepted for a minimum deposit of INR 25,000. According to ET Auto, Tata Motors has received 250 bookings for the Tata Hexa crossover since.
Tata Motors is yet to confirm the release date. According to CarDekho, the Tata Hexa will launch on January 16, although Tata Motors is yet to.
Will be powered by four-cylinder petrol and diesel engines. By the end of this decade, Tata Motors is expected to launch a product in the.
Will be launched at a later period in 2017. Zigwheels reports that Tata Motors will soon offer the option of a 4WD system for the Tata.
To arrive in showrooms in the second half of 2017. A pre-production Tata Nexon prototype which appears to be finished in a Berry Red exterior.
Part of a £20m UK Government-backed initiative to develop self-driving technologies. Jaguar Land Rover, Tata Motors and Ford are working on advanced autonomous and connected car technologies.
To be based on the AMP architecture. According to a report on the Economic Times, Tata Motors will soon start focusing on the premium hatchback.