With over 8.5 million Tata branded vehicles plying globally, Tata Motors is among the select companies in the world to offer an extensive portfolio to its consumers. We have expanded our international footprint through exports since 1961. In passenger vehicles, the company has a strong presence in the hatchback and the sedan segment, going up to SUVs and MUVs. In commercial vehicles, Tata Motors offers a wide spectrum of vehicles that are customized for local conditions and meet the highest standards for quality, safety, environment norms and user comfort. Today, the Tata Motors group is present in over 175 countries, with a worldwide network comprising over 6,600 touch points. Tata Motors has R&D centres in UK, Italy, India and South Korea. With vast global experience, the company brings deep understanding of customer expectations from diverse markets, and is well positioned to cater to ever changing automotive norms and consumer trends across the globe.
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In the continent of Africa, Tata Motors has significant presence in South Africa, Angola, Algeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, Seychelles, Sudan, Tanzania, Tunisia, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe. Africa has been a preferred destination for Tata Motors since 1992. The roads of Africa are home to both left-hand and right-hand drive versions of our cars, buses, SUVs and trucks. We have a manufacturing base in Rosslyn, South Africa, which produces trucks ranging from 7 to 75 tonnes.
Tata Motors has been wooing customers in Latin America since 2009. Our most popular vehicles here are our compact and mid-sized sedans including the Indigo and the Manza, our hatchback Vista, and the Tata Xenon, our bestselling pickup. What our vehicles bring to the market are a winning combination of power-packed performance and lower lifecycle cost of ownership.
Russia and the CIS form a large part of our global expansion strategy. Our manufacturing base in Ukraine gives us access to local geographies and facilitates customisation and speed of delivery. Our wide range of trucks and buses allows us to provide customers with the best fit vehicle. Our local tie-ups with dealers and distributors give us the ability to provide our customers with superior service experience.
Tata Motors first ventured into other Asia Pacific markets with its foray into Sri Lanka in 1961. In addition, Tata Motors has a substantial presence in Bangladesh, Nepal, Myanmar, Bhutan, Afghanistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. With an established presence in most geographies, and a dominant share of the commercial vehicle segment in various markets, Tata Motors is well on its way to realising its global expansion strategy.
Tata Motors has been present in the Middle East geography since 1971 when our trucks were first sold in Bahrain. Today, our vehicles are sold in the UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Iraq and Turkey. The region accounts for a tenth of our export market. We offer products with the reliability and ruggedness that are necessary for operating in local weather conditions and terrains. We have achieved a leadership position in the medium bus segment, and we are now expanding into the pickup and truck sectors. The Tata Elanza, Xenon and Prima are our latest launches in this region.