India’s largest automobile company TATA in terms of revenues has announce to build cars not just to score 5-star rating as per Global NCAP standards but even exceed the country’s minimum safety rating requirement mentioned in India’s new safety norms.
Gaining confidence after securing five-star rating on safety for its NEXON SUV, Tata has decided to build the safest portfolio of cars in India.
Tata Motors will now working on its new generation architectures Alfa and Omega which will help Tata Motors to launch many new products in INDIAN market in coming 2 to 4 years.
The Tata ALTROZ premium hatchback is set to hit the road in the second half of 2019 and it will take Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20. The Altroz will be the first to score the 5-star rating on the new architecture.
For your Info, India ranks number one in deaths due to road accidents in the whole world at 1.4+ lakh deaths in a year due to accidents on Indian roads. According to Govt Reports, 63% of the road deaths registered is of the age group of 18-35, who are primary income earners of the family.
Golden Words by Guenter Butschek, MD of Tata Motors “If there is a star, I would like to have five of them on safety. That is the new normal for vehicles at Tata Motors.”
By Bharat Falswal & Team AWI.
Reported from Geneva Motor Show 2019.