Tata Motors expects to commercialise its Sanand plant, that would manufacture Nanos from next month, further boosting its delivery schedule for the low-cost car
India's largest vehicle manufacturer, Tata Motors Ltd, expects to start rolling out its Nano, from its new facility at Sanand in Gujarat from next month, said a company official.
At present, the company manufacturers about 4,000 units of the Nano, the world's lowest-priced car, at its Pantnagar unit at Uttarakhand, on a monthly basis. Tata Motors plans to manufacture around 7,500 units of the Nano on a monthly basis at the Sanand facility.
Once fully functioning, the Sanand plant can manufacture 250,000 Nanos per year, with a likely expansion planned which will raise the number to 500,000 cars per year.