Jaguar Land Rover (JLR), the luxury car brands owned by Tata Motors, will launch a slew of entry-level cars including a station wagon and a roadster to boost volumes across markets. “JLR’s performance has vindicated my confidence,” said chairman Ratan Tata at the company’s 65th annual general meeting. Tata Motors is looking at integrating platforms with JLR to bring in economies of scale.
Tata Nano, the cheapest car in the world, will also be joined in with a couple of new varians in the Indian markets which will include, the electric, diesel, a larger engined model and also models aimed at the UK and the US markets.
Currently, 50,000 Nano’s have been sold in the Indian market.