As per latest reports, the upcoming Geneva motor show (GMS) will be a low-key event for the Indian auto giant, Tata Motors, with no fresh cars or concept vehicles on presentation.
The auto giant has traditionally unveiled a concept vehicle particularly for the Geneva Show. However, according to firm’s sources, Tata is now confronting internal disapproval for rarely translating its concepts into production vehicles.
In actual fact, the only idea, which has developed into a showroom reality, is the Tata Xover, a crossover idea brought out in the year2005, which was introduced as the Aria in the year 2010.
In the year 2012, the auto giant uncovered the Megapixel that hinted more at the firm’s innovative design track as compared to a specific future product.
2013’s Geneva motor show (GMS) will be the first for Karl Slym as Tata Motors’ managing director and a chance for him to officially talk to the media persons in his fresh job.
Hence, it appears as a shocker that the press meet has been called off in addition. With declining sale facts and no fresh products to mention, the internal viewpoint is that it’s best for the automobile company to not draw too much media interest.
The auto maker stole the Geneva motor show (GMS) when it initially took part in the year 1998 with the Indica. The world’s cheapest car, Nano, made it again a decade later in the year 2008. In 2013, the Tata stall, which will have weary looking vehicles on its ground, is doubtful to get even a passing glimpse.