Mumbai, Jan. 4 -- India's largest commercial vehicle maker Tata Motors, which has lost some market share to its rivals in recent times, is lining up a slew of launches and huge investment plans to fill the gaps. For Tata Motors, 2017 began with the launch of Xenon Yodha, a pick-up truck.

Over the next 12-15 months, Tata Motors will launch 15 new products and around 200 product variants ranging from its sub one tonne small truck Ace Zip to the heavy trucks. It will also spend close to around Rs 1,500-2,000 crore per year in the CV business, Ravi Pisharody, executive director - commercial vehicles, said on Tuesday.

"We are going to see a number of very critical launches. In the SCV Ace space, we are coming out with number of products. One b...