Tata Motors is a part of $100 billion Tata group founded by Jamsetji Tata in 1868. The company is among the world’s leading manufacturers of automobiles. The company is ‘Connecting aspirations’, by offering innovative mobility solutions that are in line with customers' aspirations. The company is India's largest automobile manufacturer, and it continues to take the lead in shaping the Indian commercial vehicle landscape, with the introduction of leading-edge powertrains and electric solutions packaged for power performances and user comfort at the lowest life-cycle costs. The company’s new passenger cars and utility vehicles are based on Impact Design and offer a superior blend of performance, driveability and connectivity.
World-class manufacturing forms the essence of Tata Motors. In the manufacturing process, the company’s facilities ensure that every step - from design to production to assembly - follows the highest standards of quality. The company is driven by a passion for excellence, which is reflected across all its operations. To offer the best vehicle experience to its customers, its passionate engineering and quality talent ensures production of superior vehicles, which has led to the rapid growth in global demand for its products.
The company is engaged in manufacturing of cars, utility vehicles, pick-ups, trucks and buses. Also, the company is India’s largest and the only OEM offering extensive range of integrated, smart and e-mobility solutions. It has operations in various countries through a strong global network of its subsidiaries.
Felicitated for initiating the drive of Clean Energy in India at the EV Tech India 2019 - ‘CEO Leadership Meet and Felicitation Event’ in Bangalore.
Pantnagar, Lucknow and Sanand teams from Executive and Non-Executive categories collectively bagged 111 awards in the 21st All India Creativity Summit by INSSAN at NIC Delhi.
Tata Ace has received an award for BW Pure: Purpose-Led Brand 2019 for its contribution towards the development of the nation.
Recognized as a Pitch Top 50 Brand 2019, an annual initiative by Exchange4Media group.
Tata Ace received an award for BW Pure: Purpose-Led Brand 2019 for its contribution towards the development of the nation.
Tata Harrier has won the best Design and Styling award at the Autocar India Awards.
Pratap B., Vice President- Global Design received the Design Icon award for Transportation Design at the Hyderabad Design Week.
Design of the Year” award for Tata Harrier at the Car and Bike India Awards 2020.
Acknowledged as the “Emerging Industry Leader” at the 25th JRD QV award function honouring JRD Tata’s 115th Birth Anniversary.
Listed again in the Top 10 Companies in the Indian Corporate Governance Scorecard by BSE Limited, the International Finance Corporation and the Institutional Investor Advisory Services (IiAS), with the financial support of the Government of Japan.
Girish Wagh, President, CVBU, Tata Motors, won “CV Man of the Year” Apollo CV Awards 2020.
ERC Project was selected as one of the Most Innovative Projects by the Jury of GreenCo Assessors as well as one of the 3 Most Useful Projects by the participants at the CII Environmental Best Practices Awards.
Awarded the prestigious Golden Peacock award in Occupational Health & Safety for 2019.
Received the 5th Tata Affirmative Action Programme (TAAP) Jury award and the Best Practice Award for LEAP, a skill development program for underprivileged at the Tata Affirmative Action Programme Convention 2018-19 by TBExG.
1945: Tata Motors established.
1945: Manufacturing of locomotives and other engineering products.
1948: Steam road roller introduced in collaboration with Marshall Sons (UK).
1954: Out rolled the first commercial vehicle, The TMB 312 truck.
1964: The 1210 series of vehicles set out from Jamshedpur.
1969: Telco began to travel under Tata brand.
1975: Indian road discover the tata 1210 semi-forward model.
1983: Manufacture of Heavy Commercial Vehicle commences.
1986: tata LCV 407 from Telco.
1989: The multi utility Tata Mobile.
1991: Launch of the first indigenous passenger vehicle Tata Sierra.
1992: Launch of Tata Estate.
1994: Launch of Tata Sumo- The multi utility vehicle.
1995: Telco brings three-pointed star to India.
1998: Tata Safari - India’s first sports utility vehicle launched.
1998: Tata Indica - India’s first fully indigenous passenger car launched.
2002: India’s first fully indigenous sedan debut with class leading features.
2004: Launch of Tata NOVUS by Tata Daewoo.
2004: Launch of Tata Indigo Marina.
2005: Launch of wide range of fully build busses and coaches called ‘GLOBUS’ and ‘STARBUS’ brands.
2005: Launch of India’s first mini truck - Tata ACE.
2005: Launch of Tata TL4x4, India’s first Sports utility truck (SUT).
2007: Launch of Tata Magic, a comfortable safe four-wheeler public transportation mode, developed on the Ace platform.
2007: Launch of Tata Winger, India’s only maxi-van.
2008: Launch of Tata Indigo CS (Compact Sedan), world’s first sub four- meter sedan.
2009: Launch of Tata Nano.
2009: Launch of Tata prima range of world standard trucks.
2009: Launch of Jaguar Land Rover range in India.
2009: Launch of Tata Manza, the new generation Indigo.
2010: Launch of Tata Aria, the first Indian four-wheel drive crossover.
2011: Launch of Tata Venture.
2011: Launch of Tata Magic Iris.
2011: Launch of Tata Ace Zip
2012: Launch of Tata Safari Storme, the real SUV.
2014: Launch of Tata Armoured personnel Career (APC) Left Hand Drive (LHD).
2014: Launch of Compact Sedan Tata Zest.
2015: Launch of Tata Macropolo’s New magma Luxury Coach.
2015: Launch of India’s first multi drive and sporty Hatchback Tata Bolt, with Revotron 1.2Tpetrol engine.
2016: Launch of Tata Tiago.
2017: Launch of Tata Xenon Yodha, Starbus Hybrid, Hexa, Tigor, AMT Bus, Tiago AMT, Naxon and Tigor EV.
2017: Introduces new sub brand TAMO.
2018: Launch of Tata ACE Gold, Naxon AMT, Harrier and NEX-GEN Ultra range of trucks.
2019: Tata Motors celebrates 2-lakh sales milestone of its most loved hatchback, the Tata Tiago in India
2019: Tata Motors unveils India’s own Electric SUV, the Nexon EV
2019: Tata Motors rolls out the 1st ALTROZ from its Pune plant
2020: Tata Motors Achieves the Milestone of Producing 4 Million Passenger Vehicles
2020: 1.5 million and counting: Jaguar Land Rover celebrates clean engine manufacturing milestone.
2020: Tata Motors launches the XM+ variant of the Altroz.
2020: Tata Motors introduces Harrier CAMO edition of its flagship SUV