Indian company Tata has come up with a new way to protect its customers from the transmission of viruses and infections through the vehicles they sell.
The specialists of the Indian company began to place cars in huge plastic bubbles so that the employees of dealerships had less contact with the cars. This reduces the chances of transmitting viruses and infections to customers through machine surfaces.
According to the company's representatives, the "security bubble" ensures that all vehicles are reliably protected from germs and viruses from the moment they leave the factory until they are handed over to customers. Before packing cars in a plastic container, they are thoroughly washed and disinfected.
The first car sold under the new safety standards was the Tata Tiago hatchback. He was placed in a sterile plastic capsule and in this form was taken to the dealership, where he was handed over to the buyer.
Tata Motors is India's largest car manufacturer. Tata has owned Jaguar Land Rover since 2008.