Jan 06, 2010 10:59:13 IST
TATA MOTORS chairman Ratan Tata unveiled their brand new cross over vehicle – Aria at the Auto Expo 2010 this afternoon. Aria, is a sports-utility and multi-utility crossover vehicle that was termed by the company as “four wheeler built by Indian engineers for the Indian customers”.
The Delhi Auto Expo 2010 witnessed the platform of various launches from Tata Motors. Other than Aria, the other two vehicles of Tata Motors that were also launched, are the new passenger carrier “Magic Iris” and the multi-purpose vehicle “Venture” for the Indian customers. Tata Motors also unveiled the new Jaguar XJ model for its luxury car segment in India.
Speaking on the occasion, Ratan Tata said, “The range of Tata, Jaguar and Land Rover vehicles is representative of our technology base, and the direction our brands are taking in pursuing market opportunities. The Company is focused on meeting the full range of customer needs while being conscious of the environment.”
Tata Motors displayed its 37 vehicles at the Delhi Auto Expo. In passenger vehicles, the group’s display ranges from 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 Tata commercial vehicles range 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, at the Auto Expo 2010.
The unveiling of the all new Jaguar XJ marks its India launch. The car was premiered worldwide in London in July 2009, and deliveries across the world are beginning this year.