Hyderabad: The leading automobile company Tata Motors has no plans to invest and upgrade Nano to meet BS-VI standards. A senior company official on Thursday indicates that the production and sales of the vehicle would stop from April 2020.
Mayank Pareek President of Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors, Mayank Pareek said that as the upgradation in the new safety term they have to stop investing in Nano. He said, in January new safety norms came, in April some more new norms will come and in October new safety norms will come and BS-VI is going to happen from April 1 of 2020, so all products may not meet (BS-VI norms) and we may not invest in upgrading all the poducts. And Nano is one of them,"
Nano was launched in 2009 with an initial price of about Rs one lakh. Pareek also indicated that some of the existing products of Tata Motors would also be discontinued owing to the BS-VI norms.
Pareek also indicated that some of the existing products of Tata Motors would also be discontinued owing to the BS-VI norms. He said it was a challenge for auto makers as the Supreme Court guidelines do not allow car registrations other than BS-VI after April 1, 2020.