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Tata Motors Takes Another Initiative To Deliver Cars In A Safety Bubble

Jatin Jhamb

Car Expert, Editor at 91Wheels

30 Nov 2020

Apart from bringing in the safest cars into the Indian market, Tata Motors has once again impressed us with their safety hygiene. Now, Tata Motors will deliver the cars to the new customers in a safety bubble ensuring that the entire process is under reduced physical contact.

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Tata Safety Bubble Image

To ensure safety hygiene and contactless deliveries, Tata Motors will now deliver the cars to the new customer in a safety bubble. The cars will be completely sanitised and will be wrapped inside a plastic wrap. The new owners shared the images on social media which is trending a lot and Tata is winning hearts all over again with this new safety protocol.

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As you can see from the above video, Tiago is safely wrapped in this sanitised plastic wrap. You also have some images from the new Tata Nexon. As of now, only select dealerships offer this type of safety protocol and the Indian carmaker promises then other dealerships will also follow the same.

In a recent Top 10 list shared by the Global NCAP regarding the safer cars campaign for the Indian market, Tata entered the list with its three cars namely Nexon, Altroz and Tiago. Both the Altroz and Nexon scored 5 stars while the Tiago scored 4 stars. It shall be worth noting that all the cars are the safest in their respective segment.

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So how do you like the new safety bubble initiative by Tata Motors and do you think other carmakers should also follow the same? Do let us know in the comment section below and do subscribe to our 91Wheels YouTube channel where we bring you the latest two and four-wheeler videos.

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