The newly launched Xenon 1-ton pickup truck was developed and built in Thailand after detailed research into consumer needs, Tata Motors Ltd. Managing Director Ravi Kant says during the vehicle’s launch at the recent Bangkok International Motor Show. Tata has spent 1.3 billion baht ($42.8 million) to produce pickups at a 70-30 joint venture plant in Samut Prakan, Thailand, with Thornburi Automotive Assembly Plant Co. The facility, which also produces Mercedes-Benz cars, has full capacity ...

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