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Tata Motors Car Sales November 2021

Tata Motors, the Indian auto behemoth, posted sales for November 2021, with domestic volumes of 58,073 vehicles. The automaker had a 21% increase in sales over the same period last year when it sold 47,859 vehicles. Last month, Tata sold 29,778 passenger vehicles in the domestic market, jumping 38 percent from 21,641 units in the same month the previous year. Meanwhile, domestic commercial vehicle sales reached 32,245 units in November 2021, up 15% year on year from 27,982 units in November 2020.

Tata Motors Cars Sales 2021

In November 2021, Tata Motors Limited sold 62,192 automobiles in the domestic and international markets, a 25% increase over the 49,650 units sold in November 2020. In terms of passenger cars, sales of internal combustion engine models reached 28,027 units in November 2021, up 32% from 21,228 units sold in the same month the previous year. Electric car sales reached 1,751 units in November, up 324 percent from 413 units sold the previous month.

Last month, Tata recorded total commercial vehicle sales of 28,295 units, up 8% year on year from 26,218 units sold during the same period the previous year. Total MHCV sales in November 2021, including M&HCV trucks, buses, and overseas business, were 9,505 units, up from 6,340 units in November 2020, according to the corporation. In November of this year, commercial vehicle exports increased by a healthy 124% to 3,950 units, up from 1,764 units a year ago.

Tata Motors Electric Car Sales

Manufacturers have so far shown little interest in electric cars in India’s mass-market EV segment. As a result, the volume pool is likely to continue to rise over time. This is due to a variety of factors, including well-defined policies, enhanced infrastructure and information, and, over time, more manufacturer participation.

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With Tata Motors’ foot in the door and a lion’s share of the electric car market, early learnings could be critical in bolstering the company’s position in the face of increased competition in the years ahead. Tata Motors claims 1,751 electric vehicle sales in November 2021. This is a huge increase over the 413 units sold a year ago.

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