Tata’s alternate fuel buses – A deep dive

With more focus on alternate fuels, Tata motor’s put’s its best foot forward in bringing the technology. Tata Motors, one of the global top 5 bus manufacturers launched, future of mass public transportation at its Pune facility. By launching these range of buses Tata motors is reiterating the company’s commitment towards smart and green technology and mobility solutions. These SMART BUSES designed, developed and powered by alternate fuels, to meet the current and future passenger transportation needs of Smart Cities.

 

  • Launches 12m & 9m Electric and 12m Hybrid buses
  • Order received for 25 Hybrid buses, from MMRDA Mumbai.

Delivery to commence in Quarter 1 of FY17-18

Also presents other SMART BUSES, FOR CLEAN, GREEN CITIES

  • Country’s first Fuel Cell bus (12 m)
  • Country’s first LNG LPO 1613 BS IV, 900 mm
  • 9/18 BS IV 900mmm Articulated Bus (18 m)
  • LPO 1624 BS IV, 900mm Amritsar BRTS Bus (12 m)
  • LPO 1624, BS IV CNG 900mm Best AMT Bus (12 m)

Showcases Green last mile Electric vehicles

  • Super ACE E.V
  • Magic IRIS E.V
  • Magic E.V.

STARBUS HYBRID

Taking a leap, the company also showcased the country’s first FUEL CELL BUS (12m), LNG Powered bus (12m), and 18m ARTICULATED BUS. Developed indigenously, these buses are safe and comfortable and are economically viable ‘MADE IN INDIA’ solutions, Present at the launch, Ravindra Pisharody, Executive Director – Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors said, “We are delighted to launch our new hybrid and electric buses today. At Tata Motors, our aim is to not only comply with emerging regulations of clean and green emission but also be ahead of the requirements. We have consistently been developing and manufacturing products that can contribute to CO2 reductions across all road transport segments and with early investments in new technologies, we are geared up to further strengthen our market leadership. With our new range of Future ready buses, we will continue to play an active role in mass public transportation, with a commitment towards striking the right balance between sustainable growth and profitability. 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.”

Tata Fuel Cell Bus

Tata Motors currently designs, develops and manufacturers its buses in Pune, Dharwad, Pantnagar and Lucknow. Besides its partnership with ACGL of Goa for bus bodies, Tata Motors also has a joint venture with Marcopolo S.A. of Brazil, one of the largest bus body manufactures’ in the world, for fully built bus (FBV) solutions. Tata Motors’ approach of manufacturing FBVs (Fully Building Vehicles), meets the government’s new norms in terms of safety, fuel efficiency, wider bus gangways, with the flexibility to be powered by both CNG and Diesel.

STARBUS LNG

Tata Motors is one of the country’s largest bus manufacturers, with the most complete range of transit vehicles that meet every need, arising from day-to-day travel. The company continues to bring producuts by adapting innovations effectively to suit travel conditions in Indian cities and rural areas. The company continues to actively participate in the development and implementation of solutions for mass passenger transport in the key markets across the world.

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