Tata Motors Crosses Four Million Cars Manufacturing Milestone
As it crossed the 4 million mark, Tata Motors has just hit a big production milestone. The event took place in its manufacturing facility in Pune, with an outcast of its new flagship, the SUV – the Harrier.
Tata has also launched a new campaign, # WeLoveYou4Million, to thank all its customers to celebrate this achievement.
Back in 1991 (29 years ago) and ever since, the Indian carmaker unveiled its first passenger vehicle – the Sierra – and unveiled brand-defining models such as the Indica, Sumo, Safari, and Nano models.
Tata crosses the one million mark (for passenger vehicle production) in 2005-2006 concerning the other profitable milestones. In 2015, it reached 3 million thresholds of production and passed the four million mark within five years.
Tata Motors currently has five models of the Tiago, Tigor, Nexon, Harrier, and Althroz internal combustion engine in its line of applications. Tata is also the biggest electric car producer in India with 67 percent of the market share, which is also a Nexon EV.
The 7-seat variant of the Harrier – dubbed Gravitas – has been ready for Tata for a while now for the SUV flagship on our market. The carmaker also has a job to do on Altroz EV – an all-electric version of its luxury hatchback – and a micro SUV, which was expected at the 2020 Auto Expo with the HBX concept. The production-specific HBX is scheduled for the FY2021 launch and will be put in the Tata line-up below the Nexon.