According to a document obtained by IndianCarsBikes.in which gives production and estimates of all the cars available across the globe and analyzing the document in the view of the Indian market, three cars i,e Tata Safari, Tata Indica and the Hindustan’s Ambassadors production would come to an end by 2015.
Depending upon the availability of many cars of different models in the current market with added on new technologies, specifications and best of all with more mileage, the outdated old models would be replaced by the current models. People won’t look for technology lagging cars while already cars are available with new latest technologies. After seeing the response of these outdated cars the companies decides to stop the production of these cars and introduce new cars into the market with much more features and technologies than the rolled out one.
Coming to the details, Tata is planning to place a new compact SUV slowly phasing Safari out from the market. Tata Indica which is yet another hatchback from the company would probably have a replacement with a new hatchback codenamed ‘X0’ which would attract family car buyers rather than just sticking this hatchback in the taxi market. Hindustan’s Ambassador is expected to get diesel engine in the next few months while the BS-III version of Ambassador would be rolled out and by the response after the introduction of this new diesel version Ambassador is also expected to be rolled out from production and would remain as memory in the Indian hearts.
Source – IndianCarsBikes