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Tata cars price begins at Rs 4.69 Lakhs and for the flagship model, it goes upto Rs 20.30 Lakhs (Both the prices are Ex. Showroom). There are a total of 7 Tata cars on sale in India, which includes 2 hatchbacks, 1 sedan, 2 SUVs and 2 all-electric vehicles. Tata upcoming cars in India are Altroz turbo petrol, Gravitas and an all-electric version of the Altroz hatchback. Tata cars in India have always been known for their toughness, rawness and impeccable performance. In the last five years or so, it has shifted focus towards developing all-elec Read More...

Tata cars price begins at Rs 4.69 Lakhs and for the flagship model, it goes upto Rs 20.30 Lakhs (Both the prices are Ex. Showroom). There are a total of 7 Tata cars on sale in India, which includes 2 hatchbacks, 1 sedan, 2 SUVs and 2 all-electric vehicles. Tata upcoming cars in India are Altroz turbo petrol, Gravitas and an all-electric version of the Altroz hatchback. Tata cars in India have always been known for their toughness, rawness and impeccable performance. In the last five years or so, it has shifted focus towards developing all-electric vehicles and the Tigor EV & Nexon EV are the perfect example of that. Tata all cars have already been updated to BS6 emission norms.

Tata cars, Indica & Safari are two of the most iconic vehicles in India to come out of stable of Tata Motors. Both the Indica and Safari received unabated love from the buyers in the country and were a household name at one time. Tata Indica was the first indigenously developed passenger car from Tata Motors when it was launched in 1998 while Tata Safari also debuted in the same year as a luxury SUV. Both were discontinued in 2018, owing to their outdated design and arrival of new products.

Tata Car Prices in India

The current portfolio of Tata Cars comprises of 7 products, which are available with petrol and diesel fuel options. In addition, Tata cars also come in an all-electric avatar in the Indian market. There are a total of seven Tata cars sold in India:

Tata Car Model  Ex-showroom Price
Tata Tiago Rs 4.69-6.73 Lakhs
Tata Tigor Rs 5.39-7.49 Lakhs
Tata Altroz Rs 5.44-9.09 Lakhs
Tata Nexon Rs 6.99-12.70 Lakhs
Tata Tigor Electric Rs 9.54-9.85 Lakhs
Tata Harrier Rs 13.84-20.30 Lakhs
Tata Nexon Electric Rs 13.99-15.99 Lakhs
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Upcoming Tata Car Models

A slew of Tata cars are ready to storm the Indian market - some of which are all electric while a few are all-electric vehicles. The upcoming Tata cars include turbo-petrol powered version of Altroz hatchback, which is expected to launch during the festive season around November this year in a price range of 7.50-9.50 Lakhs. Additionally, the much-awaited Tata Gravitas SUV - a 7-seater version of Tata Harrier - will also be launched in early 2021. It was earlier scheduled to launch in the second half of 2020 but the company postponed it owing to the unfavourable circumstances created by the COVID-19 pandemic. Tata Motors is also working on the all-electric version of Altroz which will be based on the Ziptronic technology.


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Discontinued Tata Car Models

Several Tata cars and SUVs were axed after the implementation of BS6 emission norms from April 1, 2020. Tata discontinued cars include Zest sedan, Bolt hatchback, Safari Storme SUV and Hexa crossover. If we go down the memory lane, one can easily recall the phasing out of Tata old cars such as Indica, Indigo, Sumo and likes which were replaced by several new and up-market models. The company also had to cease the production of Nano, its entry-level car, as it could not taste the desired success even after several updates given to it.


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Tata Cars In India

Tata Cars are one of the most popular ones in India while Tata Motors is one of the two major home-grown automakers besides Mahindra & Mahindra in the Indian market. Originally established around 75 years back in 1945 in Mumbai, Maharashtra, it is a part of Tata Group, a well known Indian conglomerate. However, it made its entry into the passenger vehicle segment much later in 1991 with the Sierra SUV. Having said that, it was the fully indigenous Indica small car in 1998 that really moved things for Tata Motors in India. Presently, Tata cars are manufactured at six facilities in several parts of India in the form of Jamshedpur, Pantnagar, Lucknow, Sanand, Dharwad, and Pune. In fact, it is also listed on the New York Stock Exchange besides the Bombay Stock Exchange and National Stock Exchange.

Tata Cars History and Management

Tata Cars has more than 8400 sales and service points in the country, which includes both passenger vehicle and commercial vehicle segments. Presently, Mr. Natarajan Chandrasekaran is the Chairman of Tata Motors, besides being the chairman of Tata Group, which happens to be the parent organization. Furthermore, Mr. Guenter Butschek is the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) & Managing Director (MD) of the company since February 15, 2016. There are a total of seven directors on the board of management of Tata Motors Cars : Dr. Ralf Speth, O P Bhatt, Hanne Sorensen, Vedika Bhandarkar, Mitsuhiko Yamashita, Natarajan Chandrasekaran & Guenter Butschek. Other key people are Shailesh Chandra and Girish Wagh, who head Tata Motors cars (PV) & Tata Motors trucks (CV) divisions, respectively.

Tata Cars FAQs

Tata has 9 models and most affordable model is Tata Tiago. It has a price range between ₹ 4.7 Lacs to ₹ 21.9 Lacs.