New Delhi: It is the name of the world’s first baby carriage designed by India’s Tata Motors in the early 1900s, and it is now the country’s second largest private passenger vehicle after the world-famous Tata Steel.
The baby carriage was built in 1885 in Bengaluru, by the Tata Motor Corporation and its sister company, Tata Steel Industries Ltd, according to the Tata Steel Museum.
It is the largest private automobile in the world with a total weight of 7,800 tonnes, said Manmohan Singh, the Indian prime minister, in a press conference at the Tata Museum in New Delhi.
The carriages were built by the same company as the first Tata Steel carriages, which were built in 1901 and 1902, according.
The first baby carriages built in India were the Tata and Tata Steel Carriages, and the Tata Tata Carriages were also the first to be built in New York, said Srinivas Gupta, the curator of Tata Steel’s Tata Museum.
The Tata Tata and the other Tata carriages in New England, and in the US, were the first cars to be equipped with electric motors and were also considered as one of the most important models in the Indian passenger car industry, he added.