While the Indian manufacturer didn't disclose too many specific details about the vehicles, it did mention that power output ranges between 150 and 560 PS. All engines are complying with Euro III and Euro IV regulations.
“The developing infrastructure in India makes it possible for transporters to reap the benefit of trucks with higher power, speed and carrying capacity. The new range from Tata Motors will meet those needs. It will also help us penetrate international markets more effectively and competitively," Mr. Ratan N. Tata, Chairman of Tata Sons and Tata Motors, said.
The capacity of the trucks start at 10 tones and go as high as 75 tones. As said, there are various outputs for the trucks, with multiple transmissions and axles of different makes, as the company said in a release. In terms of equipment, the trucks come with air conditioning, reclining seats, adjustable steering wheel, arm rests for both the driver and the co-driver.
"The range is an output of collaboration across the Tata Motors family, supplemented by inputs from partners across the world. This approach has enabled us to harness appropriate expertise and develop relevant products faster than ever before," the Managing Director of Tata Motors, Mr. Ravi Kant, added.