Tata Motors is about to increase its momentum after observing the five-star rating on the safety standards met by their Nexon SUV. The Country’s largest vehicle corporation when it comes to revenues is moving forward with an initiative of manufacturing utmost safest cars under its portfolio to facilitate the objective of reduction of auto causalities.
Resulting from its revenues India’s largest vehicle corporation is undertaking the responsibility of coming up with 5-star rated passenger cars not only just to meet the Global NCAP Standards but in furtherance to meet the newly prescribed New India’s Safety Norms.
With the observance of beating its own performance during the last three years, Tata Motors has a doubled share in the Indian Market by 7%. In the next upcoming 3 to 5 auto manufacturing years, the corporation now strives to build their respective Tata Cars characterized by new generation architectures Alfa and Omega.
It’s competitors such as Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai are surely going to face very tough competition in terms of quality, variety and market share as Tata is going to delight itself with a fresh portfolio of auto products with high-end safety and features possibly making them getting through market share by double.
Features which were generally observed in highly priced passenger cars are now going to be illustrated by these next-generation cars which are not only just going to have avant-garde compatible architectures but, will also be able to convene the offset frontal crash regulations which will be enforced from October of 2019, but the new generation vehicles will be equipped with lively and flaccid safety features that include, Electronic Stability Program, airbags, seatbelt reminders, child Isofix seats, reverse parking camera.
The Indian customers are ready to be served with next-gen Tata cars starting with the Tata Altroz premium hatchback set to hit the road in the second half of 2019 and it will take on Maruti Suzuki’s Baleno and Hyundai’s Elite i20 respectively. The Altroz will be the first to come out of the company’s premises to attain the 5-star rating on the new architecture, including its EV avatar which is planned for 2020.
The Tata cars’ portfolio is also going to be including the upgraded versions of Indica, Indigo and Nexon in order to meet the new safety norms as these will also strive to attain the five stars rating as promised by the company.
As per reports, India stands first in position when it comes to deaths due to road accidents in the entire world at 150,000 deaths per year due to accidents occurring on Indian roads, 60% of which comprises deceased ones aged between 18-35 years, in addition to being the livelihood runners of their respective families.
Guenter Butschek, MD of Tata Motors stated: “the future will set the benchmarks on design, safety, electrification and different mobility concepts to wean away buyers from its nearest rivals Maruti Suzuki, Hyundai or Mahindra”.
He also added “If there is a star, I would like to have five of them on safety. That is the new normal for vehicles at Tata Motors.”
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