Carl-Peter Forster, Tata Motors - Chief Executive Officer was present at an auto mobile event in Bochum, Germany, confirmed the Tata Nano's is planning to expand on its sales. He disclosed that the strategy Tata Motors will use is to move in these respective auto markets step by step. It will first enter one market and then to the other. But he also added an important point while saying that Tata Nano still needs polishing for the international auto markets. Such as the car will go under some changes to suit the needs and requirements of the auto sector there. Mr Foster, also said that Tata Nano is expected to accelerate its sales from 6,000 to 7,000 at present to 8,000 to 10,000. The sudden increase in sales can be credited to the schemes the auto company has introduced such as 100 per cent finance to its customers.
Tata Nano shares a very interesting story in the auto sector which probably no other vehicle has. It started off with a dream to bestow each and everyone with a car. When introduced Tata Nano created a buzz accelerating sales, everyones loving the technology and then the down turn in sales due to various safety accidents. Then again thriving back to attain its position. Last November when Tata Nano sale was 509 units it was all around that probably it is the end of the wonder machine but with its ales picking up the very next month which was 5,784 it again raised everyone's eyebrows.
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