Tata Motors to gift Altroz to athletes who closely missed Bronze at Olympics

The Olympic sports players, who represented India in the games but by very little margin couldn’t acquire a bronze medal are reported to be gifted with an Altroz by Tata Motors as a token of gratitude.

The Olympic sports players, who represented India in the games but by very little margin couldn’t acquire a bronze medal are reported to be gifted with an Altroz by Tata Motors as a token of gratitude. As being able to do something for the nation as the citizens, and seeking to achieve high goals for the country all the while highlighting potent standards for the future generation. Moreover aspiring many young athletes to pursue their goals and follow their courier path as quoted by the Mumbai-based auto major in a statement.

The company is said to deliver its premium hatchback Altroz, as reported this Thursday.
He further added to his statement that he wants “to thank and recognise these homegrown players for their sheer hard work and dedication, the company would be delivering its most premium hatch, the Altroz, in the high street gold colour, to these players soon.”

Further, the Tata Motors President (Passenger Vehicle Business) Shailesh Chandra noted that “For India, this Olympics was about a lot more than medals and podium finishes. We are fortunate to celebrate the effort and spirit of our athletes representing our country, competing under the highest pressure against the absolute best talent the world has to offer and coming extremely close to a podium finish. They might have missed a medal but they have won the hearts of millions of Indians, with their dedication and are a true inspiration for budding athletes in India.”

“The Tata Altroz has set new benchmarks in its segment in safety, design, and performance and it is the automaker’s privilege to honour the spirit of these path-breakers and present them a small token that signifies the gold standard,” he added lastly.

Players like Golfer Aditi Ashok missed out on a medal by coming on the fourth position in the Tokyo Olympics. Similarly, the Indian Women’s Hockey Team and wrestler Deepak Punia also lost negligibly.

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