Tata Commercial Vehicle 2011Posted on Thursday, February 3rd, 2011 in TATA.
Tata Starbus with electric drive: The Starbus new hybrid, concept, a result of the progress of Tata Motors in alternative fuel technology to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reducing consumption of conventional fuels is to reduce Designed for. transportation within the city, is delivered with a set consisting of an internal combustion engine hybrid vehicles and CNG three lithium-ion batteries on the roof. CNG engine cost for lithium-ion batteries with a generator, battery and power the drive train to change the regenerative braking system also helps to recharge the batteries .. Electric drive system (asynchronous motors summary) provides smooth acceleration and handling of vehicles with automatic transmission. Starbus new hybrids that provide increased about 25-30% in fuel consumption.
Floor-low (floor height: 400 mm) air-conditioned bus accommodates 35 seated passengers and wheelchairs. Pneumatically operated in-swing and out-door, kneeling system allows easy access and exit, reducing downtime and long trips. full air suspension and double telescopic shock absorbers offers excellent handling characteristics, while the energy-efficient HVAC system can improve the air curtain at the door convenience. With high acceleration and speed from 70 km, Starbus hybrid innovative solutions to urban transportation is quick and easy environmentally friendly manner.
Tata Starbus speed automated manual transmission, new chassis series: Tata Motors has a new platform for the entire building and bus chassis. With 10 platforms selected frame (with and without the approach), provides a new range up to 33 different seating and comfort – standard, luxury, luxury – full bus configuration that was built for tourism intra-city, school and office transport budget, comfort and luxury of choice. Version on the screen is 27-seater
Series meets the requirements of the proposed bus body code. Spacious interior, parabolic leaf spring suspension with stabilizer bar in front and rear axles, engine-driven air-conditioning and low NVH in its class, offering excellent ride and comfort. It can choose between single and double door options have to be adjusted and new-generation three-liter casted Tata actuation of BS-IV compliance. Power steering, tilt and telescopic and type, and the automated manual transmission (cable shift 6-speed) makes maneuvering easy. Tata Motors, the bus market, and one integrated unit as the basis for its customers to design configuration.
Tata Prima Series: Tata Motors to start a new era in the transportation of goods with Tata Prima series. 10-to-75 tons (GCW), 150-to-560 HP portfolio – with a choice of engines, transmissions (automatic), as – in, speed strength, cost durability, and finish set new standards in India and the best in the world in accordance with the performance of low life cycle costs. Besides India, the series has been in South Korea, where he won the prestigious Grand Prize 2009 Good Design Selection Korea excellence in design, functionality, quality and safety are determined. Together, Tata Motors, Tata Daewoo Commercial Vehicle Company has developed and Tata Motors European Technical Centre plc, is to provide the best inputs and technology from the best sources in countries like Italy, Germany, Sweden, the United States, Japan and South Korea.
Series, to see some models, which consists of about 10 major types of tractor-trailer (for distance), rigid trucks (short distance), dump trucks, mixers and cranes (construction and mining), and special applications (such as for example, reefers bulk carriers, and trailer-tip). Cabin air-conditioned in various length and height to come, and loaded with features such as adjustable seats, steering wheel set and a number of other features for driver comfort and safety. This series of stringent security standards designed to satisfy market sale
CNG truck was designed in 1613 for both intra-and inter-city Municipality: 1613 LPT CNG trucks. It has a distance of about 450 km on one charge and provides excellent efficiency. It is ideal for transporting goods such as gas bottles, dairy products, cement and fly ash, both within and between cities. This can also be adapted to local programs.
Xenon CNG: The xenon-CNG already in Thailand, the world’s second largest truck-car market is a testimony to Tata Motors ‘commitment’ to alternative fuel technology. This is a factory mono-fuel CNG vehicle is configured, so offering customers a significant advantage to the aftermarket CNG converted vehicles such as the optimal power and torque, better fuel economy (12 miles per kg), comfort and a higher level of security. His miserly fuel consumption, load more than one ton and the biggest flat bed in its class (2.5 mx 1.72 m) This is an ideal instrument to carry the load and offer customers additional savings. It is minutes from the 2.1 liter engine churning out 115 kW @ 5500 rpm and maximum torque of Tata 175 Nm at 3750 rpm rotational speed.
New Ambulance Emergency Management Winger: Winger The new clinic is designed specifically as a concept developed for emergencies in critical situations. Equipped with laptop connections and V-sit, it facilitates communication between hospitals and ambulances for patient management and in transit. Cabin air-conditioned (AC units on the roof), with fresh air and the drying equipment, a cardiac monitor / defibrillator, oxygen delivery systems, IV fluids brackets, CCTV, intercom, 12-volt DC plug point 230-volt AC plug points, external load port. It also provides sufficient internal lighting to help, including neon lights, spotlights, lamp test monitoring of patients. Portable, including the type of car, a shovel, spine boards, wheelchairs Pedi-board and rack head. A 1948 cc engine and producing power 90 hp and 190 Nm of torque ensure quick evacuation, while a high intensity to help cover the eyes, the spotlight away, a warning horn and light with an integrated system of public announcements clearly busy road. Ambulances were created by DC Design, shows the flexibility of the wing players.Advertisements