India’s largest automobile company, known as Tata Motors, reached it’s one million sales mark for passenger vehicles in India. The first passenger car, the Tata Sierra, rolled off of the production line in 1991 and now, 15 years later, the company celebrates yet another milestone. Including exports, Tata Motors reached their one millionth sale in October 2005, but this newest celebration relates to only passenger vehicles sold in the automotive giant’s native country.
Among the most popular sellers throughout the past 15 years have included Indicas, lakh Sumos, lakh Indigo & Indigo Marinas and Safaris.
Tata Motors is recognized as being India’s second largest passenger vehicle manufacturer in the domestic marketplace. After their inaugural release of the Tata Sierra and Tata Estate in 1991, the company continued with the release of the Tata Sumo in 1994. By 1998, Tata Motors produced India’s first thoroughbred sports utility vehicle followed by the first fully indigenous car. In 2002, the Tata Indigo made it’s debut followed by the Tata Indigo Marina in 2004. These five models currently cover the company’s product line, which continue to be leading automobiles in their respected markets.
In addition to India, Tata Motors has branched out into other global commercial opportunities. With their passenger vehicles currently being marketed in Africa, Europe and South Asia, the company proves that they have made significant growth abroad. For more information, visit http://www.tatamotors.com.