- With this the company becomes only Indian OEM to bag the biggest order supporting the Government’s e-mobility drive in the country
- Tata Motors will be setting up the required infrastructure including fast charging and support system as well
Tata Motors has announced that it has bagged the contract of 300 e-buses by the Ahmedabad Janmarg Limited (AJL). This mandate to Tata Motors is the largest in the country so far making Tata Motors the only Indian OEM to bag the biggest order supporting the Government’s e-mobility drive in the country.
The company will supply Urban 9/9 Electric model of buses which will run in Ahmedabad’s BRTS corridor. These buses will be deployed under the OPEX model and Tata Motors will be setting up the required infrastructure including fast charging and support system as well.
Largest tender of e-Buses in the country
“We are delighted to have won the largest tender of e-Buses in the country. Tata Motors has been playing a proactive role in the electrification drive, with the development of electric traction system for Hybrid as well as Pure Electric vehicles,” said Girish Wagh, president, Commercial Vehicles Business Unit, Tata Motors.
He added, ‘The Ultra Electric buses are indigenously developed to offer superior design and best-in-class features. We will continue to support the Government in their commitment towards creating a sustainable future for India.”
The critical electrical traction components have been sourced from international suppliers in USA, Germany and China. The buses have been tested and validated by Tata Motors across states including Himachal Pradesh, Chandigarh, Assam and Maharashtra to establish performance in diverse terrains.
Tata Motors is India’s largest and the only OEM offering extensive range of integrated, smart and e-mobility solutions. It has operations in India, the UK, South Korea, Thailand, South Africa, and Indonesia through a strong global network of 134 subsidiaries, associate companies and joint ventures, including Jaguar Land Rover in the UK and Tata Daewoo in South Korea.