Tata Motors unveils Jaguar XJ and 7-seater crossover Tata Aria
05 January 2010
Tata Motors has displayed the widest range of products and environment-friendly technologies at the Auto Expo 2010 in New Delhi, which opened today.
The Tata Motors group has unfolded the full scale of its product portfolio and a whole range of technologies with a display of 37 vehicles, from the Tata, Jaguar and Land Rover brands, at the Auto Expo 2010, which opened in New Delhi today.
Among them are three new Tata vehicles - the Tata Aria, the Tata Venture, the Tata Magic Iris - and the all-new Jaguar XJ, which were unveiled by Ratan N Tata, chairman of Tata Sons and Tata Motors.
In passenger vehicles, the group has displayed a range of products from the Jaguar luxury saloons and Land Rover SUVs to Tata Indigo Manza sedans, Tata Indica Vista hatchbacks, the Tata Safari, the Sumo Grande MK II, the Xenon XT and two specially conceived Tata Nano cars.
The Nano has been declared as the 2010 Indian Car of the Year. The Tata commercial vehicles on display include a brand new `Starbus' platform, the `Prima' range of world standard trucks, CNG-fuelled truck pick-up vehicles, and a Winger-based special application.
The technology capability on show includes environment-friendly hybrid and electric powertrains, conventional engines with higher fuel efficiency, lightweight vehicle architecture, all contributing to reduction of greenhouse gas emissions, besides state-of-the-art drive technologies, latest infotronics, ultra-modern passenger comfort, safety and entertainment systems.