Production of Tempo 3-wheeler; ‘Hanseat’ started at Goregaon, Mumbai.
The manufacture of TEMPO VIKING 4-wheeler commercial vehicle commences.
The production of MATADOR diesel light commercial vehicle begins.
The company, in collaboration with the then Daimler Benz, produces the Mercedes Benz OM 616 engine under license.
The Tempo Traveller - production begins at Pithampur.
The Tempo Trax, rough road vehicle is introduced.
Force Motors introduced a new range of 3-wheelers called MINIDOR in pick-up and auto rickshaw models.
The company enters the field of agricultural tractors with Balwan.
The EXCEL range of state-of-the-art Light Commercial Vehicles was introduced. These vehicles with their superb ergonomics and superior aggregates represented the latest generation of LCVs in India.
Full range of production of Trax range of vehicles achieved.
The company enters into an alliance with MAN Nutzfahrzeuge AG.
Tempo was rechristened as FORCE MOTORS LTD.
New state-of-the-art HCV manufacturing facility was inaugurated at Pithampur.
Force Motors launched Traveller Shaktiman, Traveller Luxury and Traveller Smooth.
New Cathodic Electro-deposition paint shop inaugurated at Pithampur, Indore.
Force Motors launched its first offering in the Personal Vehicles segment, the FORCE ONE.
Force Motors introduces a revolutionary passenger vehicle, Traveller 26.
Force Motors introduces Gurkha, the Extreme Off-Roader Vehicle.