Tata Motors has stated in a press release that it will kick-off 2020 with an all new product portfolio. As many as 26 new vehicles will be unveiled by the Indian automotive giant at the upcoming 2020 Delhi Auto expo. Tata motors has said that it will transition to an all BSVI lineup from January 2020. As Tata Motors is entering in its 75th year, the company is prepping up to unveil 4 global vehicles alongside14 commercial and 12 passenger vehicle displays at the upcoming Auto Expo 2020, at Greater Noida.
Speaking at the occasion, Mr. Guenter Butschek, CEO and MD, Tata Motors said, “We are delighted to announce the theme for our pavilion at the Auto Expo 2020 – Connected India: Responsible and Sustainable Mobility Solutions. This theme will bring alive our future focus on CESS, which is – Connected, Electric, Shared and Safe. The future of efficient, green, sustainable mobility solutions needs to translate into reality. As a responsible corporate, we are doing every bit to contribute to this agenda and are gearing up to bring a new generation of products faster to market. We are excited to unveil our extensive range of future portfolio at the Auto Expo 2020 which are not only BSVI ready, but are designed and developed to truly enhance the value proposition for our aspiring customers”.
The company also stated that it is building a common Connected Vehicle Architecture, which will serve the entire portfolio across Commercial, Passenger and Electric Vehicles in order to enable the extended digital eco-system of its customers. The Electric vehicles will support the government’s e-vision of promoting a clean and green India. To leverage the Shared mobility ecosystem, Tata Motors will be providing innovative solutions in people and goods transport. In support of the Indian growth story, it will provide the safest range of vehicles to set new industry benchmarks as it did before when it revealed the Nexon as India’s first 5 star rated (EURO NCAP) compact SUV.
Owing to the above press release, we can expect the new variants of Harrier to be unveiled with the larger wheels, automatic transmission, a 4×4 version and potentially a panoramic sunroof. Moreover, Gravitas will probably be Tata’s showstopper which the company shall unveil with a more powerful 170ps Fiat sourced engine and 2 additionally seats. If equipped promisingly, the Gravitas could very well eat up the sales number of even the Toyota Fortuner. We might see the recently spied Tata H2X (Hornbill), the Altroz, a Tata sedan based on the Altroz and maybe a JTP Altroz as well.