The Hindustan Motors Ambassador, which has been a prestige symbol in the Indian market for decades, will make a comeback in a new form. The firm discontinued producing this legendary car in 2014 because to dwindling demand and losses. According to speculations, the corporation will unveil a new ambassador in India within the next two years. Hind Motor Financial Corporation of India (HMFCI) has teamed up with Pujo, a French automobile manufacturer, to bring this classic back to life. According to the most recent information, both of these businesses are now working on the design and engine for Ambassador 2.0.
The new generation of Ambassador will be manufactured at Hindustan Motors’ Chennai facility. Whose work would be done under the auspices of HMFCI, a CK Birla Group partner firm. While speaking about the production of this car in an interview with the Times of India, Hindustan Motors Director Uttam Bose stated that the new Ambassador has been launched in the best look. The design and mechanical development on the car has evolved to the point where it will be released next year, according to reports.
In India, this car was a status symbol: Hindustan Motors’ Ambassador is based on the British carmaker Morris Oxford Series 3, which debuted in 1957. The expensive car quickly became a prestige symbol among Indian consumers, as well as the best-selling car for decades. This company was closed in the country in 2014 due to low demand and losses. Hindustan Motors partnered with French automaker Puzo in 2017, and the CK Birla Group sold the Ambassador brand to Puzo for Rs 80 crore. The corporation can now reintroduce the customer’s favourite ambassador in a brand-new avatar.