Mumbai: Tata Motors shares soared 18% to ₹150 in Sunday’s Diwali ‘Muhurat’ trade. The jump in the stock was in response to the company’s strong September quarter (Q2FY20) performance, as a result of which, US-listed shares of the Indian carmaker had surged 13.2% on Friday.
Two factors inspire confidence that prospects of the global auto company may be improving.
Ahead of the festive season, Tata Motors is offering heavy discounts on wide range of models. Under the 'Festival of cars' programme, the company is giving benefits of up to ₹1.5 lakh on models including Tata Harrier, Nexon, Hexa, Tiago and Tigor.
Localisation of components used in manufacture of electric vehicles (EVs) is required for attractive price propositions along with investments in infrastructure to drive the demand of electric cars, Tata Motors CEO & MD Guenter Butschek said on Thursday. Speaking at the launch of its new solution for electric vehicles called Ziptron, Butschek said steps had been taken by the Indian government to push for electrification of Indian automobile segment.
Tata Motors is going for a second block closure in this month at its Pune plant from where it rolls out passenger cars and commercial vehicles. The company will have a four-day block closure from August 28 to 31. The company had a three-day block closure on August 3.
Tata Motors had earlier indicated that the external environment remains challenging, leading to demand contraction and they have aligned production to actual demand and adjusted the number of shifts and contractual manpower.
PUNE: With the automobile industry slipping into a gorge with no visible sign of revival in the near future, Tata Motors, India’s top automaker by revenue, and Mahindra and Mahindra (M&M), the country’s largest utility vehicle maker, have decided to cut production at some of their plants.
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