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Established in 1945, Tata Motors' presence indeed cuts across the length and breadth of India. Over 5.9 million Tata vehicles ply on Indian roads, since the first rolled out in 1954. The Company's manufacturing base in India is spread across Jamshedpur (Jharkhand), Pune (Maharashtra), Lucknow (Uttar Pradesh), Pantnagar (Uttarakhand), Sanand (Gujarat) and Dharwad (Karnataka). Following a strategic alliance with Fiat in 2005, it has set up an industrial joint venture with Fiat Group Automobiles at Ranjangaon (Maharashtra) to produce both Fiat and Tata cars and Fiat powertrains. The Company's dealership, sales, services and spare parts network comprises over 3500 touch points; Tata Motors also distributes and markets Fiat branded cars in India.
Tata Xenon deals sharpened; 4x4 dual-cab now $23,990 driveaway

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Tata Xenon deals sharpened; 4x4 dual-cab now $23,990 driveaway

Fusion Automotive has taken a knife to Tata Xenon prices again, offering even sharper driveaway deals across its 2013- and 2014-plated stock. The local distributor has cut up to $2000 off the already-discounted prices of selected 2013-plated Xenon utes...

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Tata Xenon prices cut
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Tata Xenon prices cut

Prices of the Indian-made Tata Xenon ute have been cut by thousands of dollars as the brand struggles to gain a foothold in the tough-fought Australian ute market. The Tata Xenon ute range launched in October 2013, with prices for 4x2 models starting at $22,990 driveaway for the single-cab-chassis 4x2, $24,990 driveaway for the single-cab pick-up, and $26,990 driveaway for the dual-cab pick-up...


Tata passenger car opportunity "fantastic" in Australia, says local boss
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Tata passenger car opportunity "fantastic" in Australia, says local boss

Fresh from a trip to India to assess Tata Motors’ current and future product portfolio, the boss of the brand’s local distributor says passenger cars featured in those plans will “definitely” be introduced to Australia in the coming years...


Tata Xenon earns two-star ANCAP safety rating
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Tata Xenon earns two-star ANCAP safety rating

The Indian-built Tata Xenon has received a disappointing two-star ANCAP safety rating, making it one of the lowest-scoring vehicles on the market. Despite ANCAP admitting the Xenon 4x2 dual-cab ute performed “fairly well” in the frontal offset crash test, in which it scored 11...


Tata Zest and Bolt : global city cars on Australian radar
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Tata Zest and Bolt : global city cars on Australian radar

The man responsible for importing Tata vehicles to Australia is on his way to India to look at every vehicle in the manufacturer's line-up, including passenger cars and SUVs, to assess their potential for our market. Fusion Automotive managing director Darren Bowler spoke with CarAdvice today before boarding a flight to the 2014 New Delhi auto expo, where Tata is presenting the all-new Zest and Bolt global city cars alongside a new compact SUV, expected to be badged Nexon...


Tata Motors launches first internally developed passenger petrol engine in 16 years
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Tata Motors launches first internally developed passenger petrol engine in 16 years

Tata Motors has launched the first of a series of new turbocharged petrol engines due to power its future passenger vehicles. Dubbed the ‘Revotron' series, Tata says the next-generation of petrol engines will include three- and four-cylinder units. The first Revotron engine, a turbocharged 1.2-litre four-cylinder, produces 63kW at 5000rpm and 140Nm between 1750-3500rpm...


Tata Xenon Review
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Tata Xenon Review

From India with a cheap pricetag, the Tata Xenon promises to offer class competitive credentials...

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Tata Xenon: 110kW diesel ute launches from $22,990 driveaway
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Tata Xenon: 110kW diesel ute launches from $22,990 driveaway

India's second ute manufacturer has launched locally with the Tata Xenon priced from $22,990 driveaway. The Tata Xenon will be available only with diesel power and a manual transmission in six models, comprising cab chassis, single cab and dual cab bodystyles each available with a 4x2 or 4x4 drivetrain...


Tata aiming to be global leader in hybrid, electric vehicle technology
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Tata aiming to be global leader in hybrid, electric vehicle technology

Tata Motors is developing a full range of hybrid and electric vehicle technologies and believes it can become a global leader in the segment when it launches its cars in the mainstream market. Tata Motors engineering research centre president Dr Tim Leverton – the man heading up the development of the Indian automotive giant’s next-generation passenger and commercial vehicles – says work on alternative energy systems is well advanced...


Tata Xenon Review: Quick drive

Tata Xenon Review: Quick drive

The Tata Xenon will aim to offer an unrivalled blend toughness and value when it arrives in October.

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Tata Nano: next-gen Indian micro to become global "smart city car"
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Tata Nano: next-gen Indian micro to become global "smart city car"

The second-generation Tata Nano will shift upmarket to become a "smart city car" as India's largest automaker looks to take the new model to the world. Tata Motors managing director Karl Slym confirmed the Nano's emphasis would shift from being the 'world's cheapest car' to a vehicle that would be competitive and desirable outside India...


Tata Motors to go global with next-generation passenger cars
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Tata Motors to go global with next-generation passenger cars

Tata Motors has embarked on an ambitious strategy that will see its next generation of passenger vehicles elevate the brand from an Indian market niche to a serious player on the global automotive stage...


Tata in Australia 'for the long haul', says local distributor
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Tata in Australia 'for the long haul', says local distributor

The new Australian distributor of Indian automotive powerhouse Tata Motors says it's here for the long haul and will not waver in its commitment to the market despite modest early sales projections. Fusion Automotive managing director Darren Bowler told CarAdvice he has signed a five-year deal for the distribution rights of Tata vehicles in Australia, and said both parties were planning for a long future together...


Tata Xenon: sub-$35K ute range confirmed for Australia in October
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Tata Xenon: sub-$35K ute range confirmed for Australia in October

The Tata Xenon will aim to exploit the bottom end of Australia's popular ute segment when it arrives locally in October. The Xenon will be the first vehicle imported by Fusion Automotive – the new local distributor of Indian automotive powerhouse Tata Motors – and will be uniquely specified to meet the demands and preferences of Australian customers...


Tata Xenon Tuff Truck: Australian-designed ute concept revealed
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Tata Xenon Tuff Truck: Australian-designed ute concept revealed

The Tata Xenon Tuff Truck concept has been unveiled in Melbourne as the new local importer of India's largest car maker aims to make an immediate statement in the Australian market. As the name suggests, the Tuff Truck concept is based on the Tata Xenon ute, which arrives locally in October as the first vehicle to be introduced by distributor Fusion Automotive...


Tata to make Australian debut at National 4x4 and Outdoors show
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Tata to make Australian debut at National 4x4 and Outdoors show

Tata Motors, India's largest car manufacturer, is set to preview its first vehicle for sale in Australia at the National 4x4 & Outdoors Show in Melbourne at the end of this month. The car maker will display its Xenon ute alongside four-wheel drives from Holden, Isuzu, Jeep, Nissan and Suzuki...


Tata to focus on safety, value; leave budget prices to Chinese brands
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Tata to focus on safety, value; leave budget prices to Chinese brands

Tata Motors' new importer has no interest in selling the cheapest cars on the market and is instead focusing on establishing a strong dealer network offering safe and reliable vehicles. Managing director of Tata's Australian distributor Fusion Automotive, Darren Bowler, told CarAdvice while the company’s Indian-made vehicles would be well priced, it had no intention of engaging in a price war with Chinese rival Great Wall...


Tata Nano a no-no for Australia, but local expansion on the cards
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Tata Nano a no-no for Australia, but local expansion on the cards

The new Australian distributor of Tata Motors hopes to offer a full range of passenger and commercial vehicles over the coming years, but says the Tata Nano isn't headed our way in the foreseeable future. Fusion Automotive managing director Darren Bowler told CarAdvice the brand had ambitions to expand its line-up following the launch of its first model – to be revealed as the Xenon ute – in October this year...


Tata Nano updated: world's cheapest car to get CNG engine
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Tata Nano updated: world's cheapest car to get CNG engine

The updated Tata Nano has been unveiled in India, with the world's cheapest car set to offer a new compressed natural gas engine. Unveiled at the Horizonext event in Pune, the lightly revised Tata Nano scores a new chrome strip detail at the front and back, wider air intakes and three new exterior colours...


Tata Nano headed to the US by 2015: report
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Tata Nano headed to the US by 2015: report

The world's cheapest car, the bare-bones Tata Nano from India, will make its way into the US market in three years, albeit redesigned and with a greater level of sophistication. Industry journal Automotive News reports that Tata Group chairman Ratan Tata sees the US market as a “very enticing” proposition saying, "We are redesigning the Nano for both Europe and the US”...


Jaguar all-wheel-drive models initiated by Ratan Tata
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Jaguar all-wheel-drive models initiated by Ratan Tata

Jaguar Land Rover owner Ratan Tata championed the recently unveilsd all-wheel-drive Jaguar XF and XJ models after talking with dealers in the United States, say reports from the 2012 Moscow motor show. Shortly after the massive Indian conglomerate Tata bought the iconic British car companies in 2008, Ratan Tata went to the United States to speak with Jaguar dealers who persuaded him to look at four-wheel-drive versions of Jaguar's sedans...


Tata Megapixel hybrid concept with 900km range
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Tata Megapixel hybrid concept with 900km range

The Tata Megapixel concept has given us an unlikely glimpse into the future of personal transportation at the Geneva motor show. The four-seat Megapixel is smaller than a Fiat 500 but has a driving range as high as most family cars. The range-extended electric vehicle combines a lithium-ion phosphate battery, a petrol engine generator and an electric motor inside each wheel for a total range of 900km...


Tata doubling investment in Jaguar Land Rover product development
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Tata doubling investment in Jaguar Land Rover product development

Indian manufacturing giant Tata Motors will double its annual investment in Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) as the traditional British brands gain momentum around the world. Tata chief financial officer C.R. Ramakrishnan told reporters the company’s annual investment into JLR product development would rise to around £1.5 billion ($2...


Tata eMO EV concept unveiled
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Tata eMO EV concept unveiled

Tata Technologies has unveiled an all-new Tata eMO EV compact city car concept at the 2012 North American International Auto Show. Following in the footsteps of the Tata Nano - the cheapest car in the world - the eMO EV combines an ultra compact design with a eco-friendly powertrain. The electric Mobility concept features twin liquid-cooled electric motors powering the front wheels...


Tata Nano upgraded to combat slow sales
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Tata Nano upgraded to combat slow sales

It may be the cheapest car in the world, but India’s Tata Motors has had more trouble getting people behind the wheel of its budget Nano city car than it ever imagined. The Indian manufacturer initially forecast sales of 500,000 per year, but has only just passed 100,000 following the start of production in 2008...


Tata Motors Mini CAT Air Car to debut in 2012
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Tata Motors Mini CAT Air Car to debut in 2012

Tata Motors and ex-Formula One engineer Guy N. from a Luxembourg MDI have come up with a car that runs on air. Dubbed the Tata Mini CAT, or Air Car, the environmentally-friendly car uses no petrol, requires little maintenance and has a range of around 300km between re-gassing. Tata hopes to have it on the market in India in 2012...


Jaguar Land Rover booms under Indian ownership while Tata Nano busts
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Jaguar Land Rover booms under Indian ownership while Tata Nano busts

It’s the question that has a number of automotive analysts and industry experts scratching their heads: how has India’s Tata Group made an enormous success of the troubled Jaguar Land Rover but flopped sensationally with the tiny Tata Nano? India’s second-largest industrial corporation purchased JLR from Ford in 2008 for US$2...


Tata Nano Goldplus jewellery car worth $4.57 million
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Tata Nano Goldplus jewellery car worth $4.57 million

We know the Tata Nano is the world's cheapest car, but have you even wondered what is the world's most expensive cheap car? Meet the Tata Nano Goldplus. It's a special one-off created by Tata jewellery company Goldplus and features 80kg worth of gold plating. The very flamboyant people's car was created as a way of celebrating 5000 years of jewellery making in India...


Mahindra takes over Tata as India's biggest car maker
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Mahindra takes over Tata as India's biggest car maker

Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. has taken over Tata as the biggest Indian auto maker in terms of market value. Mahindra was able to catch up and overtake Tata, which has enjoyed top position since October 2008, after a recent drop in sales both locally and abroad were recorded. On Friday last week, Mahindra shares rose to $440.74 billion rupees (around US$9...


Jaguar Land Rover fuelling Tata
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Jaguar Land Rover fuelling Tata

Right before the height of the first global financial crisis, Ford sold Jaguar and Land Rover to Tata Motors. The sale, which was finalised for just $2.3 billion, gave the Indian company full control of Britain’s most famous brands. Many predicted the move would be the beginning of the end for the two English brands, but fast forward three years and the investment has been a huge success for Tata and arguably a missed opportunity for Ford...