Thursday, March 13, 2014
By John Andrew
Tata Sumo Grande to be renamed as Movus
Home grown auto company Tata Motors is going to rename its SUV Sumo Grande as Movus and will launch at the earliest sometimes during this month. The upcoming Movus will be blessed with various changes offered in the exteriors and interiors followed by introduction of new 2.2 litre VanCOR engine carried from its other sibling Safari Storme. This means that the existing engine DiCOR will now not be seen in the renamed Sumo Grande, although the new engine adorned will generate the same power of 120 bhp.
The upcoming Movus will be armed with wide range of various remarkable features for instance high defined music system supporting connectivity with Bluetooth, USB and aux-input. Apart from this Movus will be also adorned with improved suspension system offering comfort driving experience to the buyers. According to reports Tata Motors intends to differentiate Mouvs from Sumo and wishes to continue only Sumo Gold as the flagship of Sumo. The upcoming Movus will compete with the existing Mahindra Scorpio and has been designed to attract the buyers preferring to buy a vehicle following in range of Sumo and Safari.
According to industry experts Movus will be launched at the same time when company will launch the facelift version of Aria in Indian car market, i.e., during the third week of this month.
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