Tata Motors

Tata Motors inks MoU to deploy 1,000 EVs

Tata Motors has inked a pact with Maharashtra government to deploy 1,000 electric vehicles (EVs) from its range of passenger and commercial vehicles across the state. Tata Motors along with Tata Power will also facilitate setting up of EV charging stations in the Maharashtra. The MoU boosts the Maharashtra Electric Vehicle Policy, 2018.

IOC, Tata Motors flag off hydrogen fuel bus

IndianOil Corporation Ltd and Tata Motors have launched the trial demonstration of the country‘s first hydrogen fuel cell bus. The project is being executed with financial support from the Department of Science & Industrial Research, Ministry of Science & Technology and the Ministry for New and Renewable Energy. The vehicle will be fuelled at the hydrogen dispensing facility at IndianOil.

Tata Motors bags order for 10,000 e-cars

Tata Motors has won the first contract to supply electric vehicles to replace petrol & diesel cars used by govt & its departments as part of a plan to cut demand for fossil fuels. First 500 electric vehicles will be supplied to EESL in Nov & the remainder will be delivered in the 2nd phase. Tata Motors will supply the electric version of its Tigor sedan, for which batteries will be imported.

Volkswagen, Tata Motors Call Off Partnership

Tata Motors & Volkswagen group firm Skoda have decided not to pursue a proposed long-term partnership due to feasibility issues Joint technical feasibility study has found that strategic benefits for both parties are below desired level Tata Motors, Volkswagen group & Skoda had announced entering into a long-term partnership for joint development of products with 1st rollout expected in 2019

Tata Motors Signs up Akshay Kumar

Tata Motors roped in Bollywood star Akshay Kumar as brand ambassador for its commercial vehicle (CV) business unit. Besides products and solutions, he will be actively involved in a host of innovative marketing and customer experience initiatives. Akshay’s popularity will further help complement & articulate the future direction of the Tata Motors commercial vehicles brand.

India’s First LNG-Powered Bus Rolls Out

India’s first liquefied natural gas (LNG)-driven bus was launched in Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala by Shri Dharmendra Pradhan(Minister of Petroleum & Natural Gas).November. LNG is considered to be a cleaner and safer fuel which emits 50 per cent less carbon, for mass transportation. It has been a joint effort of Petronet LNG Limited (PLL), Indian Oil Corporation Ltd and Tata Motors Ltd.