Tata Car Sales – Nexon, Punch, Altroz, Tiago, Tigor, Harrier, and Safari – April 2022

Tata Motors announces a 65.72 percent increase in April 2022 sales; however, the company reports a month-over-month fall in sales.

At a time when nearly every manufacturer is experiencing a parts / chip shortage — and thus losing production – Tata Motors has doubled its sales. Their array of small cars, hatchbacks, SUVs, and electric vehicles has generated significant attention among purchasers in recent months.

Tata Automobile Sales April 2022

Tata Motors delivered another good performance in April 2022. Domestic photovoltaic (PV) sales were 41,587 units, up from 25,095 units a year before. Volume increased by 65.72 percent to 16,492 units. Tata Motors’ month-on-month sales decreased by 1.67 percent. The drop in volume was 706 units, compared to 42,293 units sold in March 2022.

PV ICE sales accounted for the majority of sales at 39,265 units, up 60% from 24,514 units. PV EV sales have increased to 2,322 units, up from 581 units, indicating exponential development. Tata Motors anticipates EV sales to remain stable and improve in the months ahead, as manufacturing targets are increased.

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Tata Motors this month unveiled two new designs to bolster its EV platform. Tata Curvv was the first, and Tata Avinya was the most recent. The latter is based on Tata’s third-generation Pure EV platform. Tata currently sells electric versions of its Nexon and Tigor automobiles. The company announced a price increase last week. Harrier, Safari, Tiago, Tigor, Altroz, Punch, and Nexon – all have increased in price. Recent price increases do not include price protection.

Tata Car Sales
Tata Car Sales

Sales of Tata Motors’ electric vehicles

In terms of passenger cars, India currently has a low level of EV adoption. Around 1%. However, plans for this decade indicate that by the end of the decade, a completely new mobility scene will exist. Electric vehicle penetration is expected to reach 30% by 2030. Tata Motors now dominates the space with its Nexon EV and Tigor EV. When clients choose to make the leap, Tata capitalises on price competitiveness.

Tata Motors wants to capitalise on its early mover advantage in light of anticipated growth trends. Naturally, this will broaden the scope of the electric vehicle business, since new models are expected. For the time being, Tata Motors is preparing to debut its long-range Nexon EV SUV, which is expected to go 450 kilometres on a single charge through a powerful 6.6 kW AC charger.

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CV sales at Tata Motors

Tata Motors had already sold 1,23,053 units in Q1 CY 2022, up from 83,859 units a year earlier. This was an increase over the previous quarter’s (Q4 CY 2021) sales of 99,006 units. Following another great April performance, 2022 YTD sales were 1,64,640 units. This is more than the 1,08,954 units sold from January to April 2021, a growth rate of slightly more than 51%. Volume increase is already exceeding 55k units for 2022.

Tata Car Sales
Tata Car Sales

Tata CV sales increased as well in April 2022. Domestic SV sales have increased to 29,880 units from 14,306 vehicles. CV exports declined to less than 1,000 units from 2,209 units. Sales of all CVs increased to 30,838 units, up from 16,515 units. Domestic sales of total vehicles (PV and CV) increased to 71,467 units from 29,401 units.

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