Tata Motors unveils its Hybrid, Electric buses; commits towards green technology
New Delhi [India], Jan 25 (ANI): India's largest automaker Tata Motors has unleashed the future of mass public transportation at its Pune facility thus reiterating the company's commitment towards smart and green technology and mobility solutions.
Tata has launched the 'Starbus Electric 9m', the 'Starbus Electric 12m' and the 'Starbus Hybrid 12m' buses designed, developed and powered by alternate fuels, to meet the current and future passenger transportation needs of smart cities.
Taking a leap, the company also showcased the country's first Fuel Cell Bus (12m), LNG Powered bus (12m), and 18m Articulated Bus, which is developed indigenously, and are economically viable 'Made in India' solutions.
"We are delighted to launch our new hybrid and electric buses today. The new range of future ready buses will continue to play an active role in mass public transportation, with a commitment towards striking the right balance between sustainable growth and profitability," said Executive Director Commercial Vehicles Tata Motors, Ravindra Pisharody.
"We will work closely with government and regulatory authorities to intensify its efforts at tackling pollution, focusing on building alternative transport fuels and infrastructure, for smart cities of tomorrow," added Pisharody.
Being the best suited to cater to customers' needs with an entire gamut of day-to-day mass passenger transport solutions, Tata continues to be a leader in this segment not just by setting technological benchmarks. (ANI)