Tata’s next weapons after the Kite and the premium hatchback we talked about earlier are going to be a new MPV and SUV according to Zigwheels.com. They say both of these will hit the roads by the end of 2016 or early 2017.
Tata Motors, India’s fourth-largest passenger vehicle maker is not doing well. And that’s official and known to the world! What’s giving it a bad report card is dynamism, or rather the lack of it, both in new product conception and launch.
Tata has been on a slump lately because of dwindling sales, their dream car Nano taking a plunge with other cars also not doing well.
Tata brought in the Safari in India which was the first true-blue SUV in India and it instantly formed a cult following with loyalists buying the Safari left right top and bottom.