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       Tata Safari Storme replaces Maruti Gypsy in Indian Armed Forces
 
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NEW DELHI: Tata Motors on Thursday signed a contract for the supply of 3192 units of the Tata Safari Storme 4x4 to the Indian Armed Forces, under a new category of vehicles - GS800 (General Service 800).

Developed indigenously, the Tata Safari Storme 4x4 has completed a total trial duration of fifteen months in various terrains across the country, demonstrating supreme performance in the most demanding conditions with capabilities of coping with extreme on or off-road terrains.

"Tata Motors has been a leading supplier of mobility solutions to the Indian Armed Forces and this order is a testimony to our partnership with the country's security forces. This variant of the Storme has been modified from the one available for civilians with an upgraded drivetrain and significantly modified suspension. The Safari Storme was conceived and designed keeping in mind the need for a rugged, comfortable and reliable vehicle, making it popular with law enforcement agencies," said Vernon Noronha, Vice President, Defence and Government Business, Tata Motors Ltd.

Introduced in 2012, the Safari Storme boasts of superior on-road and off-road capabilities and robust all round performance, providing the customers with an un-matched driving experience.

With a renewed power of 156 PS and 400 Nm torque the Storme provides easy drivability, swifter response and lower NVH (Noise, Vibration and Harshness), with superior fuel efficiency and best-in-class ground clearance of 200mm. The 4X4 variant also features ESOF (electronic shift-on-fly) technology, enabling engagement of the 4X4 or 4X2 mode on the move.

Tata Motors' defence solutions offer its customers a wide range of vehicles in the light, medium and heavy category. These include logistics, tactical, armored and specialist vehicles, with lowest life-cycle maintenance cost, supported by the company's vast pan-India service network, ensuring maximum operational readiness.

Tata Motors has been associated with the country's off-road defence and security forces, since 1958 and has supplied over 1,50,000 vehicles to the Indian military and paramilitary forces, so far. The company offers products and services that not only meet the needs of the domestic market, but are also positioned to meet most stringent requirements across the world.

Tata Motors exports its range of specialised defence vehicles to the SAARC, ASEAN and African regions. With its rich portfolio in multi-axle range like 12×12, 8×8 & 6×6, the company has started supplying to leading Missile OEMs across the world. It has also established itself as a supplier of specialist vehicles for UN peacekeeping missions.

Tata Motors' range of off-road vehicles are also being procured by the agencies involved in AID and Development, across the world like GSA, KBR, Oxfam, RONCO, RA International and Riders. The company also has the ability to mobilize adequate manufacturing capacity for defence requirements, along with dedicated exclusive infrastructure, manufacturing facilities and trained man power, to ensure faster delivery of its deface and peace-keeping vehicles.

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