September 14, 2012

Tata Motors receives order for 320 fully-built CNG buses under DIMTS cluster scheme

Tata Motors has started supplying Tata Marcopolo fully-built, front-engine CNG buses, to route-cluster 2, under the Delhi Integrated Multi-Modal Transit System (DIMTS) Ltd. cluster scheme. The company has received an order for 320 such buses.

"With the
introduction of the Tata LPO 1613/55 CNG BSIV fully-built, front-engine CNG buses, Tata Motors will comprehensively address the burgeoning need of the residents, with a comfortable and convenient offering, with the least CO2 emissions. Tata Motors has always been at the forefront in revolutionising passenger transportation, and has closely worked with the New Delhi transport authorities, for many years, to further increasing use of public transport," said Ravi Pisharody, Executive Director, Commercial Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors Ltd.

Meant for city passenger transportation, the Tata LPO 1613/55 CNG BSIV fully-built, front-engine bus has been designed as per city transportation needs, with comfortable entry and exit, ergonomically designed seats and generous saloon space. In addition, destination display boards and public address systems have been provided to enhance the convenience for the passengers.

The BS-IV compliant, Tata LPO 1613/55 CNG BSIV drive-train is driven by a 96 kw TATA 5.7 SGI Bharat Stage-IV engine, a break-through in terms of technology and reliability. The bus has been mated with a GBS 40 gearbox for higher fuel efficiency, 330 mm diameter clutch for enhanced life, and Heavy Duty Forged-I beam, and Reverse Elliot front-axle for better maneuverability. All this translates into superior performance.

Tata LPO 1613/55 CNG BSIV fully-built, front-engine bus not only stands for world class design, assured reliability and superior performance, but also spells high on safety. CNG leak and fire detection systems in the engine compartment and road-speed limiter are some of the other features that ensure better safety for passengers.


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