Tata Motors, the nation’s biggest car maker, regardless of having been active with three launches during the past week, had kicked off a new high-tech passenger car outlet, in the city of Pune.
Concorde Motors, a wholly owned arm of the company, set up its first dealership in Baner, Pune.
The company celebrated the opening ceremony of novel dealership, which was attended by various top Tata Motors functionaries, comprrising Karl Slym, Managing Director (MD), Tata Motors and Ranjit Yadav, President, Passenger Car Business Unit (PCBU), Tata Motors.
Karl Slym and Ranjit Yadav kicked off the new passenger car outlet.
With the launch of this new outlet, Concorde Motors provides client in Baner, Pune increased levels of client backing. The newly opened showroom covers up 70,000 square feet region with 45,000 sq. ft. granted to the workshop region, consisting of 62 bays.
The newly kicked off passenger car outlet is an up to date, high-tech facility, offering up sales and service. The dealership is operated by capable, knowledgeable and qualified staff providing top notch service, car finance as well as car insurance.
The new facility is said to present entire Tata Motors Indian range comprising all vehicles from Tata Nano to Tata Aria crossover together with the firm’s newest mid-size sedan, Manza Club Class.
But, it has yet not been disclosed that if the latest outlet will also sell the company’s newest premium Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV) -Safari Storme.
Tata Motors Ltd said that it will stay dedicated towards formulating new goods and products that will be completely competent towards realizing the needs as well as requirements of the Indian car buffs.
Tata Motors also possesses the British sports luxury marques Jaguar and Land Rover, and it would be exciting to witness whether the Indian auto giant sells the abovementioned vehicles from its novel store. The company has rolled out 3 new products comprising Manza Club Class saloon, Safari Storme and a trimmed down edition of the Aria Crossover in the Indian passenger car market during the second half of the existing month.