Tata Motors Approved 1.5-liter Turbo-Petrol Engine

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Tata Motors announced two years ago that it would cut its capital expenditure on product development to Rs 4,500 crore over three years.

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This nominal figure was just about enough to cover mid-life cycle facelifts and product upgrades to meet future regulatory requirements.

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but it wasn’t enough to develop entirely new models and engines. As a result, a number of programmes were put on hold. 

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The 1.5-litre turbo-petrol, which is essentially a 1.2 turbo with an extra cylinder added, is back on the drawing board, along with other powertrains. 

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Tata Motors currently offers no petrol engines larger than the 1.2 turbo.

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Lack of a strong petrol engine portfolio is a major flaw that the company is eager to address.

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The 1.5 turbo-petrol engine, expected to produce around 160 horsepower, will be key powertrain for Tata Motors’ larger vehicles.

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