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Tatas refute media reports; Indica still in focus

Last updated on: April 4, 2012 16:50 IST

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Tata Motors refuted The Economic Times  report on Wednesday on the company's passenger vehicles business through a statement issued to the media.

Contrary to information in the report, Tata Motors does not have any plans of 'de-emphasising' the Tata Indica, the statement said.

Besides introducing the second generation Tata Indica Vista, the company has introduced more fuel efficient Tata Indica models, like the Tata Indica eV2 which at 25 kmpl offers the highest fuel efficiency among diesel cars in India.

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Image: Tata Indica Vista.


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It is Tata Motors' practice to continuously refresh its portfolio, driven by internal technology development and consumer needs, the statement added.

The company has well-articulated strategies for each of its family, comprising the Tata Nano, Tata Indica/Indica Vista, Tata Indigo/Indigo Manza, Tata Sumo, Tata Safari and the Tata Aria.

They will be visible in the market place as per the company's plans, it said.

Tata Motors does not have any plan of producing any other car at the Sanand plant.

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Image: Tata Manza.


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The Sanand plant will continue to produce the Tata Nano, and the Pune plant will continue to produce the other passenger vehicles of the company, the statement said.

The Tata Nano's sales are progressively increasing with good response to the Nano 2012, expansion of the distribution network with exclusive dealers and marketing initiatives.

As sales increase, the Sanand plant will reach comprehensive capacity utilisation.

Tata Motors also denied any plans for a common platform for Tata and Jaguar Land Rover vehicles, the company said.


Image: Tata Pixel.


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