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Home > Tata Motors expands its compressed natural gas vehicles portfolio in India

 

Tata Motors expands its compressed natural gas vehicles portfolio in India

 

 

     November 22, 2013. Tata Motors formally announced the launch of two new additions to its compressed natural gas (CNG) portfolio: Tata Indigo emax and Tata Indica emax. These two variants have been introduced in six markets across India and will now be available in Delhi, Maharashtra, Gujarat, Uttar Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Tripura.

   The new emax range is powered by fuel efficient state-of-the-art engine, with CNG and petrol bi-fuel system options. The Tata Indigo and Tata Indica emax have a low carbon footprint of 0.251 g/km and 0.338 g/ km, respectively. They are very fuel efficient cars with a mileage of 23.7 km/kg for Indica emax and 24.6 km/kg  for Indigo emax.

   Tata Motors showcased its emax range at the Horizonext event, held in Pune, in June 2013, with a commitment to launch its CNG range in a phased manner, in FY 14. The Nano emax was the first in the range. The Tata Indigo emax and the Tata Indica emax have now been introduced in the emax series of CNG cars.

   Tata Indigo emax is a fusion of luxury, power and performance apart from being India's most fuel-efficient sedan. The vehicle's powerful petrol-CNG engine, churns out upto 65 HP @ 5000 RPM, returning an amazing fuel efficiency figure of 24.6 km/kg and an additional range of up to 230 kilometres (in CNG) over 650 km (in petrol).

   Tata Indica emax is another green and fuel efficient vehicle from Tata Motors passenger vehicle stable. Besides being a green vehicle, the new Tata Indica emax delivers better torque, good fuel efficiency of 23.7 km/kg and an additional range of 230 kilometres (in CNG) over 600 km (in petrol).

 

(Quoted from:http://www.gnvmagazine.com