Tata Motors To Make Separate Subsidiary For Private Vehicles

by Jatin Chhibber | 03/04/2020
Facebook share twitter share 78 0
Tata Motors says that the new subsidiary is important for a strong future of its private cars and electric vehicles.

Tata Motors has announced that they’ll separately introduce a new subsidiary for its passenger vehicle business. The company has planned to form a subsidiary for a healthier future of its private and electric vehicles. The new subsidiary business will be led by Shailesh Chandra (Current president of EV business) from 1st April, and the current director the private vehicle business unit Mayank Pareek will get retired in February 2021.  

Also Read: Chinese Car Factories Reopen As Maruti, Hyundai, Tata & Others Halt Production in India

Front side look of Tata Sierra

The PV business is among the weakest Tata’s standalone business in India


In a statement, the company said "TML Board has in-principle approved to subsidiarise TML's PV business (Including EV) by transferring relevant assets, IPs and employees directly relatable to the PV business for it to be fully functional on a standalone basis through a slump sale. However, certain shared services and central functions will be retained at TML to deliver cost efficiencies for the entire group."
"This shall help provide differentiated focus for the PV and CV businesses and help each of them realise their potential. This decision is a first step in our plans to secure mutually beneficial strategic alliances for the domestic PV business and help secure its long-term viability," they added.

Also Read: A Refreshed Tata Car Could Launch Every 2 Months

Front side look of the SUV

To strengthen up its sales the carmaker has plans to introduce new vehicles into the Indian market

The PV business is Tata's weakest standalone business in India. The carmaker reported revenue of Rs 3.02 lakh crore in 2018-2019, While its Jaguar Land Rover subsidiary has accounted Rs 223,514 crore of revenue. To strengthen up its sales the carmaker has plans to introduce new vehicles into the Indian market. This year Tata is planning to launch a new subcompact SUV codenamed as HBX and a 7-seater version of Harrier named as Gravitas in India. Both the vehicles were showcased by Tata at the Auto Expo 2020. This year the carmaker has already launched Tata Altroz (company’s first premium hatchback), Nexon EV (Tata’s first EV), Nexon facelift along with Tiago and Tigor facelift in our market.

Would you like to receive notifications with latest news and car deals from IndianAuto?