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Tata Motors

  • Leading manufacturer in automobile sector
  • 47.2% market share in the commercial vehicles segment in FY20
  • Present in 175 countries
  • Employee strength of about 81,090 employees
  • Consolidated total income reached Rs 261,068 crore (US$ 37.04 billion) in FY20

Tata Motors was established in 1945 under the Tata Group. It is among the world’s leading manufacturers of automobiles with around 81,090 employee strength. It was the market leader in commercial vehicles segment with about 45% market share in FY19. It is present in segments like cars and utility vehicles, trucks and buses, and defence vehicles. The company has extended its presence internationally through joint ventures (JV) like the strategic alliance with Fiat and Marcopolo. Tata Motors is present in about 175 countries with research and development (R&D) centres in UK, Italy, India and South Korea.

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Tata Motors – Connecting Aspirants

2020 Tata Motors’ compact SUV Nexon has become the first Indian car to be listed on the prestigious International Dismantling Information System (IDIS) platform for End-of-Life Vehicles (ELV). This would entail Tata Motors will make the entire life cycle of its Nexon cars sustainable right through the development with ultra-low/zero emission vehicles to responsible recycling of the vehicle at the ELV stage
Tata Motors launched Mega Safety Campaign, a nationwide free safety check-up camp for its customers in over 650 workshops
2019 Tata Motors has bagged a huge order of over 2300 buses from various State Transport Undertakings
Tata Power and Tata Motors join hands to set in motion electric mobility infrastructure in India.
2018 Tata Motors created a separate vertical for electrical vehicles to tap into the market potential.
2017 Introduced a sum brand – TAMO
2009 The company launched Tata Nano.
Launched Jaguar Land Rover range in India
2008 The company bought Jaguar an Land Rover from Ford
2005 The company launched wide range of fully built buses and coaches under Globus and Starbus brands
The company also launched India’s first mini truck called Tata Ace and first sports utility truck called Tata TL 4X4.
1998 The company launched India’s first sports utility vehicle Tata Safari.
1991 Launched first ever indigenous passenger vehicles car Tata Sierra.
1983 The company started manufacturing heavy commercial vehicles.
1954 Launched its first commercial vehicle, The TMB 312 truck.


India's electric vehicle (EV) market is estimated to be a Rs. 50,000 crore (US$ 7.09 billion) opportunity by 2025, with two- and three-wheelers expected to drive higher electrification of the vehicles.