Tata Motors has been performing well in India, with sales of its commercial and passenger vehicles in the month of February reaching 61,998 units. This figure is inclusive of vehicles that were exported. Domestic sales alone saw 58,002 units being sold. Meanwhile, cumulative sales currently stands at 736,454 units.
Number of units sold locally in individual categories in the month of February is as follows: Commercial vehicles - 47,389 units, LCV - 36,760 and M&HCV - 10,629 vehicles. Export figure, meanwhile, stands at 3,996 units.
The company's commercial vehicles division also reached a new milestone when it rolled out the 2 millionth truck from its Jamshedpur plant. In addition, the manufacturer also won a contract to provide Bharat Electronics Limited with the indigenously developed Tata 6x6 multi-axle high mobility mobile platforms.
Furthermore, Tata Motors has announced that it will launch two new commercial vehicles for intercity transportation and staff transportation - the Front Engine Luxury AC Intercity Coach- 45-Seater and Luxury Staff Bus, in a phased manner.
Over at its passenger vehicles division, the manufacturer managed to sell 10,613 units. This consists of 7,769 Tata cars and 2,844 Tata SUVs
The month also saw the automaker clinch a win in India's first ever the National TSD (Time-Speed-Distance) Rally Championship - FMSCI-JK Tyre Indian National TSD rally.
"The Tata Indigo eCS set a new endurance record and entered the Limca Book of Records with a remarkable feat of a non-stop nation-wide mileage run; touching all four gateways - from Koteshwar in West to Kibithu in East, from Kashmir in the North to Kanyakumari in the South, crossing 19 states and union territories, covering 14,000 kms in just 15 days."