I was doing some research on Tata Motors and learned some 20 things that I listed up.
One of the things I learned was Tata Motors has a 50.3% holding in electric vehicle technology firm Miljø Grenland/Innovasjon of Norway. So, off to Norway I went to learn something about this technology.
The company bills itself as a “Driving for a Cleaner Environment.” A bit of an oxymoron, but nonetheless, everyone needs a slogan, right?
Miljøbil Grenland imagines a car made for driving in town, that is environmentally friendly, that is reliable and enjoys all the bells and whistles.
Miljøbil Grenland imagines a car which is economical, which needs little service, which needs little maintenance and be charged by plugging into an average outlet.
Miljøbil Grenland imagines a car which doesn’t make a lot of noise, and which doesn’t release poisonous emissions into the atmosphere.
Miljøbil Grenland imagines it a reality with the backing of Tata Motors. That was a half dozen years ago. What are they doing now, we wonder?
Tata Motors has electric versions of its passenger car Tata Indica and its commercial vehicle Tata Ace.