The Pune facility of Tata Motors is located in the Pimpri-Chinchwad industrial belt of Maharashtra. The state-of-the art R&D centre in this facility sets the benchmark for automotive research and development in India. The Pune facility also houses some of the best manufacturing facilities in the automotive industry; for example, its Product Engineering Division has one of the biggest and the most versatile tool-making divisions in the country.
The most versatile of Tata Motors' manufacturing plants, the Pune facility is a full range supplier of both commercial and passenger vehicles. It boasts of delivering more value per vehicle, since it is a highly vertically integrated plant as regards to core processes such as engines, gear box, paint shop, etc.
The facility's commercial vehicles plant produces around 60 base models with three or four variants each. Six assembly lines cope with the diverse range of vehicles that roll out of the plant, like HMCV, ILCV trucks, ICV bus chassis, ICV Ultra range trucks and bus chassis, UVs, pickups, Winger vans, SUVs, etc. It can produce 730 vehicles per day, working in two shifts. Tata Motors' range of Defence vehicles are also produced here.
The ERC is equipped with state-of-the-art testing facilities like:
Tata Motors' passenger vehicles plant in Pune is one of the most advanced manufacturing facilities in India. With two flexible assembly lines, the plant has a capacity of producing 1,000 cars per day, working on a double shift. The facility has introduced many popular models like Indica, Indigo, Marina, Vista Manza, Zest, Bolt, and Nexon.