small_indica.jpgTata Sons Executive Director Alan Rosling says Tata Motor is looking at various markets including Malaysia and is likely to set up an assembly line in Malaysia to assemble Tata passanger vehicles like the Tata Indica here in Malaysia.

Tata Motors is in talks with DRB Hicom which are already assembling Tata commercial vehicles here in Malaysia.

The Tata Indica is a small city-going hatchback that has enjoyed success including a partnership with Rover where Rover rebadges the Tata Incida under a Rover badge. It’s a 995kg car available with a 1.4 litre turbodiesel or a 1.4 litre petrol engine.