Tata Motors launches eco-friendly range of commercial vehicles at EXCON 2023

Additionally, the company also unveiled a line-up of high-performance trucks, including the Tata Prima 2830.TK VX and Tata Signa 3530.TK VX, tailored for diverse construction applications.

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Tata Motors launches eco-friendly range of commercial vehicles at EXCON 2023

Tata Motors, India’s largest commercial vehicle manufacturer, has commercially launched its LNG-powered Tata Prima range of trucks and tippers. This includes the Tata Prima 5528.S LNG and India’s first LNG-powered tipper, the Tata Prima 3528.K LNG, at EXCON 2023 in Bengaluru. 

Tata Motors also showcased the Tata Prima E.28K, a concept electric tipper, aligning with the company’s commitment to zero-emission technology solutions, reaffirming the company's goal to achieving net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045. 

Additionally, the company also unveiled a line-up of high-performance trucks, including the Tata Prima 2830.TK VX and Tata Signa 3530.TK VX, tailored for diverse construction applications. These vehicles are equipped with advanced features like cruise control, automatic traction control and pneumatically suspended driver seat, all aimed at elevating performance, comfort and safety standards for operators. 

Rajesh Kaul, Vice President and Business Head – Trucks, Tata Motors, said, "The launch of LNG-powered range of trucks and tippers echoes our determination to lead in innovation, aligning with the evolving needs of fleet owners who are ready to embark on a sustainable journey.  We have also displayed our electric tipper concept, the Prima E.28K. Along with introducing the electric tipper, we will develop a holistic ecosystem to aid electric mobility in the construction segment."

Tata Motors offers the widest commercial vehicle portfolio and has gone beyond mere BS6 Phase 2 compliance. Beyond buying the best-in-class Tata vehicles, fleet owners enjoy better fuel efficiency, lower operating costs, high vehicle uptime, real-time vehicle tracking and analytics for running their fleet efficiently, the company noted in a press release.

The company announced yesterday that it will increase the prices of its commercial vehicles from 1 January, 2024, by up to 3%, to offset the residual impact of the past input costs, and this will be applicable across the entire range of commercial vehicles.

 

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