With the coming of the International Geneva Auto Show and the unveiling of some super and concept cars this year, Tata Motor has also made it to the list by launching its “Tata E-Vision Sedan concept car”. This year it’s also the 20th year in a row for the Tata Motors to participate in this automotive show business.
Coming to the design of the car, the styling of the E-Vision electric sedan features a futuristic design. The interior of the car features a “not so decoration” with an airy ambience; the front of the car got free from the console but the adjustable rear-seat adds up the car’s appeal. The car also has a cool feature by having a sleek screen which provides the necessary information to the driver. The car builds on a modified version of its Omega platforms for EVs, also it supports slow charging (AC) and fast charging (DC) capabilities.
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Tata Motors has also said that the E-Vision concept comes with connected car technologies such as geospatial, cloud computing, increased human-machine interface, analytics etc. Something called a prognostics as well as battery pack lifecycle management.
Speaking at the event Guenter Butschek, CEO and MD of Tata Motors, said, “It is a matter of great pride to be the only Indian OEM to participate at the Geneva International Motor Show, showcasing Indian automotive engineering capabilities through innovation in design and technology for the last two decades. As we celebrate 20 years of our participation at Geneva, we are proud to showcase three exciting concepts – the E-VISION Sedan, the H5X and the 45X – that represent the changing face of Tata Motors in our journey towards shaping the future of mobility in the country. The E-VISION Sedan Concept is one of the most definitive and aspirational product by an Indian OEM and will be a game changer, reiterating our commitment to offer world-class design, technology and drive the EV revolution to build a sustainable future.”
Let’s hope that the car does well on road as well and prove to be a great success in the forthcoming future.
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