Today, Tata Motors, India’s homegrown automotive manufacturer, opened eight strategically located showrooms in and around Ahmedabad as part of its retail acceleration plan. These showrooms will feature the company’s whole line-up of passenger vehicles, including its electric vehicle portfolio, and reflect its new and modern retail character.
Ahmedabad is a rapidly growing market, with various pockets emerging as luxury retail centres. These eight new Tata Motors retail outlets are situated in key locations in these emerging areas, which include S.G.Highway, Ashram Road, Ambawadi, Gota, Vijay Char Rasta, Motera, Vastral, and Sanand, to provide a better customer experience with a plush feel and faster turnaround time.
Inaugurating these dealerships, Mr. Shailesh Chandra – President, PVBU, Tata Motors said, “Tata Motors is the fastest growing brand in Gujarat with a YoY growth of 95% in FY21. We are now priming for our next phase of progression through an aggressive retail expansion, making our New Forever range of cars, UVs and EVs available to all. We are elated to simultaneously inaugurate 8 new state of the art showrooms across several upmarket areas of Ahmedabad which will enable us to deliver exemplary customer experience, both online and offline, catering to today’s phygital customer needs. With this, our footprint in Gujarat expands to 57 showrooms. Furthermore, with the recent introduction of the new EV policy (effective from 1st July), by the honourable CM of Gujarat – Shri Vijay Rupani Ji, we expect Gujarat to emerge as one of the largest EV state in the country, and we are confident that our constantly expanding network and product portfolio will help cater to the state government’s commitment and emphasis on green mobility.”
This expansion push follows a fantastic performance in India’s passenger vehicle market, which has seen a month-on-month rise in sales. In March 2021 and Q4 FY21, Tata Motors PV Business had its best sales in 9 years. In FY21, the company had its best annual sales in eight years, with a 69 percent increase over FY20. In comparison to Q1FY21, it increased by 342 percent in Q1FY22.
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