Tata Motors is gearing up for the launch of the seven-seat Gravitas SUV in the Indian market. The automaker has announced that the Gravitas will be launched by the last quarter of the current calendar year.
The Gravitas was showcased at the Auto Expo 2020. It is basically a longer version of the popular Harrier SUV which has a capacity of 5 occupants. It comes based on the Harrier’s OMEGA platform and will be most-likely longer and taller than its donor model by 63 mm and 80 mm, respectively.
Tata Motors is working on a new 1.5-litre petrol motor that will be used for its upcoming sedan and midsize SUV. Both of these will be based on the ALFA platform. Tata is also working to launch the next-gen variants of its current bestsellers, Nexon, Tiago and Tigor.
Tata Motors has plans to launch multiple new electric cars in different price brackets, starting from as low as Rs 8 lakhs.
Tata Motors is trading at Rs.150.95 ,up by 11.95 points or 0.70% on NSE.It touched intraday high of Rs.153.85 and low of Rs.150.00.Market cap of this Company was at Rs.47,029.63 crore.