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Tata Motors launches AMT buses

India’s top commercial vehicle maker Tata Motors has launched its Automated Manual Transmission (AMT)powered fully built buses, ranging from 9-12 metres and a seating capacity of 23 to 54 passengers, at a starting price of Rs.21 lakh.

As the cities get congested, the average speed of the vehicle is drastically reduced with frequent start-stop, causing delays, discomfort for passengers and drivers and importantly, cuts down on the fuel economy of the vehicle. AMT buses will address these issues and bring down total cost of ownership, claims TML.

“Having developed the AMT technology for our buses with Wabco, we will continue to work with partners to deliver world-class solutions for the Indian customer,” said Ravi Pisharody, Executive Director – Commercial Vehicles, Tata Motors. 

Tata Motors became the Number One brand in the Indian bus market in 2016-17. Both Tata and AL dominate the domestic bus market with a combined market share of about 76 per cent.

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