Tata Motors launches new M and HCV trucks with CNG, ADAS and more in India

The country’s largest commercial vehicle maker Tata Motors today launched a range of new products in the medium and heavy commercial vehicle segment, which will define the word innovation for the brand. While the above statement is a tall claim, Tata Motors’ new commercial vehicle range includes the country’s first CNG-powered medium and heavy commercial vehicle trucks, as well as the company’s best-selling Prima, Ultra and Signa trucks now ADAS-enabled . The brand has also launched a new range of Intermediate and Light Commercial Vehicle (I&LCV) tippers and trucks in the Indian market.

India’s first CNG powered medium and heavy commercial vehicle truck

After launching the SCV, i and LCV with CNG powertrains in the country, Tata Motors now introduces a new CNG portfolio of its M&HCVs in 28- and 19-tonne space. The all-new Signa range with CNG is designed to offer low operating cost, high durability and multiple-use applications resulting in high profitability claims by Tata Motors. Moreover, the vehicle will be eco-friendly, and they will come with the company’s proven 5.7L SGI engine that produces 180 hp against 650 Nm. The claimed range is around 1,000 km.

India’s first Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) enabled truck

The top-of-the-line Tata Prima range is now offered with ADAS technology, a number of active safety features called Collision Mitigation System (CMS) and Lane Departure Warning System (LDWS) specially designed for Indian will keep the driver safe. operating conditions. The vehicle also offers additional safety features like Driver Monitoring System (DMS), Electronic Stability Control (ESC) and Tire Pressure Monitoring System (TPMS).

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New intermediate and light commercial vehicle

Offering the new i and LCV range from Tata Motors in the range of 4-18 ton GVW. These products will help with medium to long haul with multiple engine and cabin options. The brand has introduced 7 new engines including oil burner and CNG powertrain. A range of deck lengths will be available in this range. These trucks feature major technological advancements including optimized driveline, less viscous rear axle oil, E-Vicus radiator fan, gearshift advisor and low rolling resistance tyres.