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Tata Motors was established in India in 1945 and has been enjoying great revenues in recent times. The car maker had just one aim, to expand its base and reach every nook and corner of India. Currently, as long as the Indian automobile sector is concerned, it is the winner in the commercial vehicle sales and ranks third in passenger vehicle sales.

From its first truck to the small Nano car, Tata has seen a lot in India. It has created significant milestones in its long and accelerated journey. The accelerated journey was for the prime goal of excellence and leadership. After tasting success in the commercial sector, Tata entered the passenger car segment. It came out with the Sierra in 1991. This car is not in production as of now. But, it certainly was considered as one of the most durable cars in India.

After the Sierra, came the Safari. Meanwhile, Tata Motors also designed several new cars on different platforms. The Tata Sumo car was born in 1994 and is a favorite among taxi drivers even today. After the Sumo, Tata brought a refined version of the same car, the Tata Sumo deluxe, in 1996. After that, it brought the Tata Safari on to the Indian roads. The Safari was Tata’s first SUV and the first one to be completely produced in India. Tata was still not satisfied with its success and wanted something more. It enhanced the Safari and strapped it with a new DICOR engine coupled with modified car interiors and exteriors.

By that time, Tata Motors found itself completely in the midst of the Indian passenger car segment. In response to its own desires, the car maker launched the Tata Indica in 1998. In no time this car started boosting the sales figures for Tata Motors. Tasting success once again, the company brought in different versions and variants of the Indica car from time to time on to the Indian roads.

An Indica with a diesel motor was launched in the year 2000 followed by a multi-point fuel injection petrol engine Indica launch in the same year. But, these cars had some problems with the mileage and power output. So, in response, Tata came out with the new Indica V2 in 2001. A CNG variant of the car was also brought in and that made the car a huge hit. Re-work, creativity and innovation by Tata engineers gave rise to the Tata Indica Vista or Tata Indica V3 cars in 2008.

Tata earned enough fame in the compact car sector and wanted to move into production of sedans. The Tata Indigo was showcased at the Auto Expo 2002 and the sedan became a huge hit owing to its innovative features and enhanced engine technology. The Tata Indigo Marina variant then came in followed by the luxury variant Indigo SX in 2005. The premium Indigo with the new long wheelbase was introduced in 2006. More Tata Indigo variants were launched and finally, the Indigo sedan and a compact Indigo, popularly known as Tata Indigo CS found their way on the Indian roads.

Finally, we now have the Nano joining in the family. This is considered to be not just India’s but the world’s cheapest car. The Tata Nano was Ratan Tata’s dream car and we see the dream come true. Tata Motors has seen both ups and downs, but what really matters is that the car maker has moved on. It has and will continue to add great cars to its portfolio.

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