India’s Tata Motors Ltd. says its TL Sprint, to be displayed at the upcoming Bangkok auto show, will be called the Xenon when it goes on sale in Thailand. The Xenon will be produced by Tata Motors (Thailand) Co., a 70-30 joint venture between Tata and Thonburi Automotive Assembly Plant Co. The 1.3 billion baht ($42.8 million) project will see Tata pickups produced at Thonburi’s assembly plant in Samut Prakan, Thailand, at full capacity of 35,000 units annually. Tata Thailand CEO Ajit ...

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