According to the new security and pollution regulations of India, Tata has stopped production of these three vehicles. Tata Motors has announced that they will stop the production of Sumo Gold, Nano and Bolt Hatchback. The action will be taken that the upgrade version of these makes more expensive to the Company.
Sumo’s latest version of the Gold was launched in the market in 2011. Only in March 2019, the company was able to sell only 96 units. Compared to March 2018, sales declined by about 88 percent. So, the company has decided to end the production of Sumo Gold in the absence of new security settings such as ABS, PIN parking sensors, driver side airbag, and seat belt reminders. So, Tata Sumo will be available only till the stocks in the dealerships are over.
The Tata Group has introduced the Bolt hatchback based on the older X1 platform of the company at the 2014 Expo. Bolt, who had 421 units sales in March 2019, sold only 30 units in March. Tata Motors is planning to launch the new Alto. The company has also stopped production of Nano. Tata Motors has also announced that Tata Motors will end the production of Zest hatchbacks.