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Tata Motors to commence roll-out of 100 BS-VI compliant products in January

The auto major also plans to have four global unveils and display 14 commercial and 12 passenger vehicle at the upcoming Auto Expo

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Press Trust of India  |  New Delhi 

Brokerages slashed price targets on Tata Motors after the company reported biggest loss in India’s corporate history. The consensus 12-month price target for the stock is down to Rs 215 from Rs 252 earlier this month. Some brokerages have cut the tar

on Thursday said it will start roll-out of over 100 BS-VI compliant models, including passenger vehicles, this month.

The auto major also plans to have four global unveils and display 14 commercial and 12 passenger vehicle at the upcoming Auto Expo.

"From January 2020 onwards, we will be introducing over 100 lead models with over 1,000 variants," President and Chief Technology Officer Rajendra Petkar said in a statement.

These will cover options of powertrain combinations, body styles, chassis configurations plus technologies imbibing connected, electric, shared and safety, he added.

"Significant front loading of activities, use of digital product development tools and early involvement of globally reputed technology & supplier partners has helped us to accelerate the portfolio migration," Petkar said.

The company has designed and engineered its products keeping in mind the duty cycles and growing aspirations, he added.

Commenting on the company's plans for the Auto Expo next month, CEO and MD Guenter Butschek said the event would bring alive its future focus on CESS, which is -- connected, electric, shared and safe.

"The future of efficient, green, sustainable mobility solutions needs to translate into reality. As a responsible corporate, we are doing every bit to contribute to this agenda and are gearing up to bring a new generation of products faster to market," he added.

Tata Motors is building a common connected vehicle architecture, which will serve the entire portfolio across commercial, passenger and electric vehicles.

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First Published: Thu, January 09 2020. 18:15 IST