Tata celebrated their 20 years association with the Geneva Motor Show by unveiling their all-new EVision concept car. It’s in the year 1998 at the same Geneva Motor Show Tata introduced their passenger car Indica to the world.
Top Five Facts of Tata EVision Concept
1. The E-Vision concept is based on Tata’s latest modular OMEGA Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced) ARC platform that it shares the recently unveiled H5X SUV. This platform is derived from Land Rover’s D8 architecture. This scalable platform has been built keeping future electrification in mind, and it is a clear indication that Tata is seriously looking at EVs for future mobility.
2. Tata E-Vision is based on company’s new Impact Design 2.0.
3. The face of the EVision concept features Tata’s signature humanity line and a glass panel in place of the normal radiator grille that houses a staggering 4000 pins. These pins are designed in such a way to create Tata’s new tri-arrow pattern. The same pattern appears in various parts of the car.
4. The EVision adopts a minimalistic design approach inside. It gets a multi-layered dashboard with a light beige coloured theme with wood highlighters and brushed steel inserts. There is no central console and the infotainment system is neatly tucked inside the dashboard and pops out when required. The car has acres of space inside and the cabin is tunnel free generating additional legroom at the rear. Both front seats are electrically powered.
5. Tata has not revealed details of the electric powertrain that powers the EVision concept. However, Tata has already hinted that the car can breach the 100 kmph mark under 7-seconds and can attain a maximum speed of 200 kmph. The car is expected to have a 300 Km to 400 Km range on a single charge and will come with fast charge capability.
According to Mr. Mayank Pareek, Head-Passenger Vehicles Business Unit, EVision is Tata’s foray into electric mobility which energizes, engages and excites customers.