Tata Motors will be among the leading manufacturers participating at the Auto Expo 2023. At the upcoming event, the Indian auto giant intends to showcase a variety of cutting-edge technology that may soon be found in its vehicles. The carmaker has recently posted a number of teasers on social media on connected car technology, ADAS, and hydrogen fuel cell.
With back-to-back launches of the Nexon EV, the Tigor EV, and now the Tiago EV, Tata Motors has established itself as the market leader in the field of electric mobility and has amassed a sizeable market share for electric passenger vehicles. The manufacturer may be considering hydrogen power as the next generation of alternative energy that might be used to power its future automobiles. Since hydrogen is believed to be more practical for larger vehicles like trucks and buses over longer distances, it is especially crucial for the company's commercial vehicle segment. The firm, therefore, could be seen showcasing prototypes of the technology on exhibit at the upcoming Auto Expo 2023.
Tata Motors has emphasised its commitment to safety by including additional active and passive safety features in its vehicles. While the automaker's latest models have received excellent ratings in Global NCAP crash tests, the next phase of safety features is likely to include the integration of ADAS into the automaker's cars. According to reports, Tata's flagship vehicles, such as the Safari and the Harrier, may be the first to receive ADAS.
Finally, Tata Motors may showcase its connected car technology by launching a new version of IRA, the company's connected car platform. The vehicles currently equipped with IRA receive approximately 27 functions but more could be added on the platform and then delivered out via OTA updates to new and existing customers.
In order for the firm to achieve its 'net zero' carbon emission targets, Tata Motors is considering a sustainable mobility theme for Auto Expo 2023. The major unveiling is slated for January 11, 2023, but we can expect to learn more about the company's plans as we get closer to the expo.