Tata sold 48,637 units in the month of October 2023 as against 45,423 units during the same period last year with a YoY growth of 7 per cent
Tata Motors Limited sold a total of 82,854 units in the month of October 2023 when domestic and international sales are combined as against 78,335 units during the same period last year. In the commercial vehicle department, the homegrown manufacturer recorded a total of 34,317 units with a YoY growth of 4 per cent while the PV sales stood at 48,637 units with a growth of 7 per cent.
The passenger vehicle sales, which include electric vehicles, last month stood at 48,337 units as against 45,717 units during the corresponding period twelve months ago with a YoY volume increase of 7 per cent. The PV sales in the overseas markets stood at 300 units as against 206 units in October 2022 with a YoY positive volume surge of 46 per cent.
Thus, the total PV volumes (domestic and international) were at 48,637 units as against 45,423 units with a YoY growth of 7 per cent. The company recorded 5,465 unit sales from its electric vehicle range as against 4,277 units during the same period last year with a YoY growth of 28 per cent.
Over the last few months, Tata has certainly been busy with the consistent launch of new products. More notably, the facelifted Nexon and Nexon EV arrived with a thoroughly revised interior and exterior while the Harrier and Safari gained big updates as well. In all these models, the cabin has been a step up in terms of quality and features offered as Tata addressed the VFM quotient.
They now feature a larger touchscreen infotainment system with a new UI, a new instrument console, a two-spoke steering wheel with an illuminated logo, capacitive controls for AC and much more. Next up, Tata is expected to launch the electrified version of the Punch micro SUV to take on Citroen eC3 in the coming months.
In addition, the Tata Curvv SUV coupe is also under development and it will be introduced in its EV guise first before the arrival of the ICE variant. A new 1.5L TGDI petrol engine will also help expand the range of the Harrier and Safari further in 2024 and it will find its way to other premium models as well.