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Tata Motors had signaled its arrival into the Philippines automobile market with the unveiling of a number of models at the ongoing Manila International Auto Show. We now have confirmation about some of the models that was showcased there. Both the Ace and the Super Ace will get a Q3 launch in Philippines. Apart from the Xenon, Vista and Manza, the company also showed off the Tata Super Ace and the...

After recently announcing its plans to foray into the Thai truck market, Tata Motors has confirmed its entry into the Philippines market with the launch of a slew of vehicles at the ongoing Manila International Auto Show. As we had reported earlier, the company arrived with both passenger and commercial vehicles. The company announced via a press release that it would commence its business in the...

Tata showcased a Nano with an automated manual transmission at the 2014 Auto Expo which took place in February. Following the showcase, Mr. Ranjit Yadav, president of Tata Motors passenger vehicles business, confirmed to Indian Autos Blog that the company was working on bringing this variant of the Nano to the market soon. The Nano Twist F-Tronic uses a 5-speed AMT unit. The first indication that the...

The Tata Group’s chairman Cyrus Mistry has called for Tata Motors to enhance their “capability in bringing winning products to the market in a fast and cost-effective manner.” In a PTI report on the Economic Times, Mistry is quoted as saying that every function, right from purchasing to manufacturing to sales will need to work hard for the iconic brand to bounce back in the market....

At the 17th Salon de l’Automobile which took place in Algeria last month, Tata Motors had showcased nearly its entire lineup of products. Tata’s stall featured the Indica, Indigo, Vista, Manza and the flagship Aria crossover. Tata Indica and Indigo: The display cars were powered by petrol engines, as seen in their ‘GLX’ badging. Tata has however discontinued the petrol Indica...

Despite the commercial vehicle industry enduring one of its worst years in recent history, the country’s largest truck manufacturer, Tata Motors, has announced that it would invest Rs 1,500 crore in the coming financial year to develop new products and technologies. The Tata Prima LX is a low-cost range that Tata hopes would help boost sales in the volume segments. A report on the Economic Times...

The next international market for Tata Motors will be the Republic of Philippines. The company will announce its foray into Philippines on April 3 at the Manila International Auto Show. Tata Motors will announce its foray into Philippines on April 3. However, Tata has already established a distributor for that region in Philipinas Taj Autogroup, which is headed by Mr. Nicky Mariano, a former head...

After announcing that it has made progress in its reentry into the Russian market, Tata Motors is now set to enter the medium and heavy commercial vehicle segment of Thailand for the first time. Tata Motors will import trucks from wholly-owned Tata Daewoo in South Korea in June, and models under the Tata brand from India in December. A report on the Bangkok Post says that the Indian commercial vehicle...