The recently concluded 2020 Tokyo Olympics has become a milestone in India, as athletes have won seven medals in different categories. Several other athletes did their best, but were overshadowed by other athletes who lost the bronze medal by a narrow margin.

In recognition of their efforts, Tata Motors is now announcing that it will give away Altroz ​​hatchbacks as a thank you.Tata Altroz, the fourth-placed Olympian, will be painted high street gold.

The fourth-placed players included golfer Aditi Ashok, wrestler Badgerang Punia and the women’s hockey team. They took the lead in reaching the semifinals but lost to the British team and lost 34 games. This announcement will definitely improve the morale of players preparing for the 2024 Paris Olympics.

Shailesh Chandra, President of PVBU Tata Motors made his statement about this – “ For India, these Olympics are more than just medals and podiums. We are fortunate to celebrate the hard work and spirit of our athletes representing our country, competing with the best talents in the world under the greatest pressure and being very close to the podium. They may have missed a medal, but their dedication has captured the hearts of millions of Indians and is a real inspiration for aspiring Indian athletes. “

“ As a leading domestic automobile brand, we fully understand the spirit of ‘ Dare to dream and achieve ‘, because it is the culture that drives us and Tata Motors. Tata Altroz ​​has set new standards in its market segments and has reached the gold standard in terms of safety, design and performance. We are honored to pay tribute to the spirit of these pioneers and give them a small gold standard badge Altroz ” he added.

Recently, Mahindra and Mahindra President Anand Mahindra announced that the Javelin gold medalist Nilaji Chopra will receive the upcoming Mahindra XUV700. Chopra won the gold medal after 13 years of drought since the country’s last gold medal, and also won the first place in track and field events in 120 years.