Indian commercial vehicle player Tata Motors unveiled its future ready mobility solutions at Excon 2023 – South Asia’s premier construction equipment exhibition in Bangalore.
The company has launched its range of LNG-powered commercial vehicles – Tata Prima 5528.S LNG and Tata Prima 3528.K LNG
It also showcased Tata Prima E.28K, Tata Motors’ e-mobility concept tipper for construction sector. Top-of-the line Tata Prima 2830.TK VX and Tata Signa 3530.TK VX range of tippers also displayed.
Additionally, Tata Motors also unveiled a line-up of high-performance trucks, including the Tata Prima 2830.TK VX and Tata Signa 3530.TK VX, tailored for diverse construction applications.
Unveiling Tata Motors’ Excon 2023 pavilion, Rajesh Kaul, Vice President & Business Head – Trucks, Tata Motors, said, “EXCON 2023 serves as a monumental stage to showcase our superior technology and unwavering dedication to providing construction industry with solutions that transcend excellence. The launch of LNG-powered range of trucks and tippers echoes our determination to lead in innovation, aligning with the evolving needs of fleet owners who are ready to embark on a sustainable journey.”
Tata Motors has also unveiled its comprehensive range of aggregates at Excon 2023, highlighting their commitment to innovation and performance. This includes fuel-efficient Tata Motors Gensets with power range spanning from 25kVA to 125kVA and backed by advanced CPCB IV+ compliant engines, new-age CEV BS V industrial engines in 55-138hp power nodes, live axles, catering to a wide spectrum of load and torque requirements and trailer axles that complement its prime movers seamlessly, ensuring optimal performance across diverse applications.
Vikram Agrawal, Head – Spares and Non-Vehicular Business, Tata Motors Commercial Vehicles, said, “We are delighted to unveil our latest range of aggregates and CPCB IV+ compliant engines at Excon 2023. We are confident that our offerings will empower India’s industries across varied sectors, ensuring smooth and cost-effective operations.”