Tata Motors Introduces 'Fleet Verse' Digital Marketplace for Commercial Vehicles
Tata Motors Introduces 'Fleet Verse' Digital Marketplace for Commercial Vehicles

Tata Motors, a leading Indian automobile manufacturer, has unveiled its new digital marketplace, 'Fleet Verse,' designed specifically for commercial vehicles. Announced on Thursday, this platform aims to simplify the process of purchasing and managing commercial vehicles by providing a comprehensive online solution.

Through Fleet Verse, all transactions will be facilitated by Tata Motors' extensive network of dealerships across India, using a direct-to-dealer payment system. This ensures a seamless and efficient purchasing experience for customers.

Key Features of Fleet Verse:

  • Smart Search Vehicle Discovery: Users can explore Tata Motors' extensive range of over 900 models and 3,000 variants of commercial vehicles.
  • Product Configurator: Customers can input their business needs, application, and preferences to receive tailored vehicle recommendations.
  • 3D Visualizer: This feature allows users to view detailed, realistic visuals of vehicle exteriors and interiors.
  • Vehicle Online Finance: Fleet Verse partners with major financial institutions to offer quick and easy financing options.
  • Vehicle Online Booking: Customers can conveniently book their vehicles online through the platform.

"Our goal is to enhance the commercial vehicle ownership experience, making it faster, smarter, safer, and more reliable," said Bharat Bhushan, head of Digital Business at Tata Motors Commercial Vehicles.

In other news, Tata Motors recently announced a price increase for its commercial vehicles starting July 1, 2024. The prices will rise by up to 2% due to escalating commodity prices, with specific increases varying by model and variant.

In May, Tata Motors reported sales of 29,691 commercial vehicles, marking a 2% increase compared to the same month last year.

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