Sunday, October 7, 2007

Tata Motors plans to re-enter UK Market with new cars in 2008

Tata Motors is now thinking to re-enter the UK Market with the new models, to be launched in 2008. These new models include next generation versions of the Indica, Indigo and Sumo. These are very soon going to roll out from its Ranjangaon facility, which it jointly operates with Fiat Motor India.

Tata Motors passenger car division president Rajiv Dube said: “Our next generation and other future passenger vehicles, which are currently being developed, will be rolled out from the Ranjangaon facility. The new models will come in the higher end and will complement the existing range, though some of the existing trims could be phased out from the market.”

The company was selling its flagship compact car Indica under the ‘Rover City’ badge until 2005, when the British carmaker MG Rover went bankrupt. Now it is planning to establish a all new distribution network in UK.

Lets' see what happens this time??
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