Tata Motors Launched Updated V70 pickup, Intra V20 Gold pickup and Ace HT+

Tata Motors Launched Updated V70 pickup, Intra V20 Gold pickup and Ace HT+

Tata Motors is one of the largest commercial vehicle manufacturers in the country and the company is constantly updating its product portfolio to improve efficiency to reduce cost for the customer. Now the company has officially introduced the new V70 Pickup, Intra V20 Gold Pickup and Ace HT+. These new vehicles are in line with the commitment to make first and last-mile transportation more efficient. These new vehicles are engineered to carry higher payloads over longer distances with better economics.

Offering best-in-class features, these vehicles can be used for a variety of applications, delivering higher profits and productivity, both in urban and rural India. The updated Intra V70 Pickup offers improved drivability, the highest payload capacity, a large loading area, high ground clearance and a powerful drivetrain. The engine which powers the Intra V70 Pickup is the new 1.5-litre diesel engine as it produces 220 Nm of torque, which comes with a Fleet Edge telematics system and the longest load body of 9.7 feet.

The Intra V20 Gold Bi-fuel is India’s first and only bi-fuel pickup, which comes with three CNG tanks and offers a range of more than 800 km, which is good for a pickup. The payload capacity of the pickup truck is also the best-in-class, which is 1200 kg and the segment’s best body length of 2690 mm. Tata Motors has also updated Ace HT+, which is powered by an 800 cc diesel engine with 35 hp and 85 Nm torque. The company has also updated the Intra V50 as it offers better efficiency compared to the earlier model.

Launching these vehicles, Mr. Girish Wagh, Executive Director, Tata Motors, said “In addition to providing optimal solutions for a variety of applications, our small commercial vehicles and pickups are known to provide livelihoods and improve quality of life of our customers. The vehicles we are launching today have been developed basis specific inputs and demand from a large segment of actual users. They are engineered to optimise fuel efficiency and carry higher payloads over longer distances. Fuelled by rapid urbanisation, booming e-commerce, increase in consumption and rise of the hub-and-spoke model, the significance of efficient and effective last and first mile transportation in logistics management can’t be emphasised enough. Hence, every vehicle is designed to provide a robust and reliable cargo transport solution along with the assurance of greater commercial benefits to individual customers as well as fleet owners, both proudly servicing the buoyant needs of India’s growing economy.”

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