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Tata is an Indian motor company which ranks as one of the highest auto-makers in terms of volume. Although they’re known for the cheap Tata Nano, the automaker also owns Jaguar Land Rover brand as well, making it a huge player outside of India.
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The British automaker wants to stay ahead of the competition. Continue Reading...
There are so many neat wagons, hot hatches and car brands that North Americans might be missing out on. Continue Reading...
Tata Motors has coined a new term with its 2017 Geneva Motor Show debut. Continue Reading...
Indian automaker Tata will be turning to Jaguar Land Rover to expand its stable. Continue Reading...
Tata Motors’ managing director Karl Slym is dead after falling from a Bangkok hotel. Continue Reading...
The Tata Nano is one of the cheapest cars on sale today worldwide, and according to Tata CEO Ratan Tata, it will be on sale in the U.S. in three years time. Continue Reading...
The electric motors not only help deliver 369 lb-ft of torque, they also help the Megapixel achieve a very tight turning radius (nine feet), a valuable asset for a city car aimed at buyers in large urban centers. Continue Reading...
The Tata Nano was supposed to be a cheap, simple car built for the people, but so far it has caused nothing but problems for the Indian automaker. First it was an electrical issue that caused the Nano to catch fire which was the catalyst for a recall of 70,000 Nano’s. Now a faulty starter… Continue Reading...
The world’s least expensive car, the Tata Nano’s original purpose in design was to be a modern Ford Model-T, mobilizing millions of families in India. Despite the Nano’s noble intentions, only 1,200 examples were sold in the month of September when initial projections expected a rather optimistic 20,000 vehicles per month. A new approach may… Continue Reading...
Tata Sons has named Cyrus Mistry as its next CEO, as current CEO Ratan Tata prepares to retire. The unmarried, childless Tata named Mistry as CEO of the holding company responsible for Tata’s numerous divisions, among them their automotive sector which owns Jaguar and Land Rover, along with the namesake Tata Motors brand. “The appointment… Continue Reading...