Tata Motors was able to sell a total of 47,987 units in January 2023, as opposed to 40,777 in the same month last year. The automaker posted 18% year-over-year sales growth. Month-over-month sales growth increased his 19.84% from his 40,043 units in December 2022. Domestic and international sales were 79,681 units for him, up 10% compared to 72,485 units in January 2022.
In its passenger vehicle (PV) international business (IB) last month, Tata sold 302 units compared to 165 units in January 2022. Year-over-year growth in the PV IB segment was 83%. EV (Electric Vehicle) sales in the automaker’s IB and domestic markets were 4,133, up 39% year-on-year compared to 2,982 in the same month last year.
Tata’s future plans
The domestically grown automaker is planning a range of all-new SUVs and electric vehicles, along with new generations, facelifts and special editions of existing models. The company is set to introduce an electric version of the Punch mini SUV, a facelift for the Harrier and Safari, a CNG version of Altro’s hatchback and a micro SUV Punch this year. Tata may also consider his Altroz Racer Edition for the Indian market. A sportier version of the hatch was recently shown at this year’s Auto He Expo. It is equipped with a 120PS 1.2L turbo gasoline engine and a 6-speed manual gearbox.
At the biennial event, the company announced its Two new turbocharged petrol engines (new 1.2L 3-cylinder and 1.5L 4-cylinder) will be installed in upcoming Tata cars and SUVs. Tata Motors plans to introduce production-ready versions of the Sierra and Curb SUVs to rival the Mahindra Scorpio-N and Hyundai Creta in the coming years. Both models are available with electric and petrol powertrain options. Tata’s popular Harrier SUV will also get an electric powertrain sometime next year.
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