15 November, 2006
The Indica V2 Xeta petrol has been a success since its launch in January, 2006, enabling the Indica range to grow by 35.2% in the first six months of the fiscal. Now, Tata Motors adds a new 1.2 litre engine option to the Indica V2 Xeta range combining the launch with an introductory limited period price-off offer of Rs. 25000.
The new 1.2 litre range is available in 4 models – GV, GVE, GVS and GVG. It comes with maximum power of 65.3 PS @ 5000-5200 rpm and maximum torque of 10.2 kgm @ 2600 rpm. The top end GLX model comes with a 1.4 litre petrol engine delivering a power output of 70 PS @ 4800 rpm and maximum torque of 12.4 kgm @ 2600 rpm. The entire range continues to be available in the popular colours of Salsa red and Lagoon blue while delivering well accepted enhanced fuel efficiency.
About Tata Motors
Tata Motors is India’s largest automobile company, with revenues of US$ 5.5 billion in 2005-06. With over 4 million Tata vehicles plying in India, it is the leader in commercial vehicles and the second largest in passenger vehicles. It is also the world’s fifth largest medium and heavy truck manufacturer and the second largest heavy bus manufacturer. Tata cars, buses and trucks are being marketed in several countries in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, South Asia, and South East Asia and in Australia. Tata Motors has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Fiat Auto under which a separate industrial joint venture is being established in India in the first phase to manufacture passenger cars, engines and transmissions for the Indian and overseas markets. Tata Motors already distributes Fiat-branded cars in India. The companyâ€™s international footprint include Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Co. Ltd. in South Korea; Hispano Carrocera, the reputed bus and coach manufacturer of Spain in which the company has a 21% stake; and a joint venture with Marcopolo, the Brazil-based body-builder of buses and coaches. Tata Motors has research centres in India, the UK, and in its subsidiary and associate companies in South Korea and Spain.