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Tata Motors has introduced a new and completely sanitised way of delivering cars to its customers, via a safety bubble. Tata Motors has introduced a new 'Safety Bubble', which will be used at the time of vehicle delivery at company dealerships.
As per Tata Motors, the new car safety bubble will ensure customers taking deliveries of their cars will receive completely sanitised vehicles, ensuring their safety in a post-pandemic situation. The airtight bubble will be wrapped around the car after the vehicle being delivered has undergone all the sanitisation processes.
The airtight bubble will ensure the customer cars are shielded by germs, while they await final delivery. This airtight safety bubble will be available for all cars, ranging from the entry-level Tiago to the flagship Harrier SUV in the brand's lineup.
Tata Motors is currently working on introducing two new models in the Indian market, the Gravitas and the HBX mini-SUV. Both models have been spied testing in the country on multiple occasions and are expected to go on sale sometime next year.
Tata Motors was initially supposed to launch its seven-seater Tata Gravitas SUV in the Indian market during Diwali this year, however, the COVID-19 pandemic and the subsequent lockdown during the middle part of 2020, disrupted these plans, pushing the launch date to early next year — here are the launch details of the Tata Gravitas.
More recently, Tata Motors has been active on their social media channels. The company has been coming up with innovative ways to take a dig at their rivals, in terms of the NCAP safety rankings. After certain rivals of the brand received a low safety rating, Tata Motors has been quick to take a dig at them.
Tata Motors has also showcased the high safety standard of their products in the Indian market at the same time. All models of the company have received a 4-star rating at the Global NCAP crash tests, showcasing the brand's focus on customer safety in the country.
Thoughts On The Tata Car Safety Bubble At Dealerships
The Tata Car Safety Bubble at company dealerships is a unique and excellent way of ensuring their customers drive home completely sanitised cars. The airtight bubble shields the customer cars from all germs, which is important in the new-normal, post the pandemic.