Tata Motors achieved the production of 4 Million Passenger Vehicles

Tata Motors launched a campaign knows as ‘We Love You 4 Million’ to honour the support of its customers throughout their journey.

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Tata Motors announced a landmark achievement of producing 4 million passenger vehicles in India, since its inception. The company expresses its gratitude to the tremendous customer support that has made this accomplishment possible. In light of this, Tata Motors has launched the ‘We Love You 4 Million’ campaign to honour the support of its customers through this successful journey.

Over the years, Tata Motors has produced legendary vehicles like the Indica, Sierra, Sumo, Safari and the Nano that have played a pivotal role in shaping the country in its post-economic liberalisation era. These iconic vehicles have broken barriers across categories in the Indian automobile sector. Tata Motors is also India’s largest EV manufacturer with 67% market share and leading the way on electric vehicle adoption in India.

The company had achieved the 1 million production mark for passenger vehicles in 2005-06, 3 million in 2015 and the 4 million production milestone was achieved this month.

Shailesh Chandra, President, Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Business Unit said: “As India’s home-grown automotive brand, we are delighted to have reached this prominent milestone for our passenger vehicles segment. Since its inception, Tata Motors’ commitment to introducing products that have the best-in-class safety, design and performance has brought to life the vision of our Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata. Over the last 30 years, we have rolled out icons that have not only catered to evolving customer needs but have also set new benchmarks in their respective segments. Our “New Forever” range of passenger vehicles only strengthens our commitment towards our customers. In a bid to become future-ready we have embarked on a sustainability journey with EVs and are leading India’s journey towards sustainable transportation.”

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