Production of Jaguars -- the Land Rover stablemate bought in the same 2.
3-billion-dollar deal between Tata and Ford in 2008 -- is expected to begin at the plant at a later date.
Auto sector analysts say the move will help Jaguar and Land Rover lower costs and become more competitive in India -- the world's fastest-growing major car market -- where rivals BMW, Daimler and Audi are already well-established.
Tata announced bumper profits of 92.7 billion rupees ($2.04 billion) on Thursday, of which the vast majority -- 1.
7 billion dollars -- came from the Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) unit.
"We are very optimistic about Jaguar Land Rover in terms of volume growth," JLR's chief executive Ralf Speth told a news conference in Mumbai after reporting a 25-percent rise in annual unit sales to 243,621.
Ford offloaded J