Buoyed by excellent response for Nexon and Tiago, Tata Motors is planning to launch a range of new cars in the country. If latest media report is to be believed, Tata is planning to introduce around 10-12 new cars in the next 3-4 years. These new cars will be based on the company’s 2 new platforms – OMEGA and Alfa. The product range will include all-new products and new generation models of existing cars. Read: Tata EVision Sedan – 5 Interesting Facts
Report claims that Tata Motors will invest $1 billion in the next 3 years. The company will start new manufacturing lines in Pune and Sanand, Gujarat to house the new modular platforms – Omega and Alfa – to be developed over the period of next 5 years. These platforms are likely to be used to produce around dozen new models.
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The company has already installed a new manufacturing line at J Block in Pune plant. This unit will be utilised to produce upcoming SUVs including Tata H5X based 5-seater premium SUV. A 7- seater model based on this concept will also arrive in the country in 2019.
This massive investment is a part of Tata’s new 2.0 strategy, which focuses on winning substainably in passenger vehicles. In response to ET Auto questions, Guenter Butschek, Tata Motors MD, said, “We continue to fortify our capacity utilisation, sales numbers, and cost structures. We are headed towards along-term objective of accelerated growth. This will be accomplished through product portfolio expansion, network expansion, enhanced quality operations and superlative customer service,”. Check Out – Upcoming Tata Cars In India
Tata Motors is also working on electric vehicles for the domestic markets. Its new OMEGA platform is flexit enough to accommodate electric models in future. One such example is the Tata E-Vision concept, which previews the brand’s future electric sedan. The homegrown automaker will also launch a premium hatchback based on the Tata 45X concept in India in 2019. This concept was first unveiled at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. It will challenge the likes of Maruti Baleno, Hyundai i20 and Honda Jazz.
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