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The Tata E-Vision electric sedan concept was first showcased at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. The future premium sedan from Tata Motors is based on the brand's new OMEGA platform. OMEGA will be the base for all future electric Tata models more than 4.3 metres in length.
The E-Vision concept features the latest iteration of Tata's design philosophy, Impact Design 2.0. The concept makes use of exquisite materials and looks really futuristic.
Now, new images of the Tata E-Vision concept have emerged on the internet. The location is unknown.
The images shared on Autocar Forum shows the concept casually parked beside a building. Why the concept was lying there instead of being at an auto show or a Tata centre, is currently unknown.
Tata motors had shared some official renders of the E-Vision during its unveiling at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show. Unlike those, the newly-revealed images show how the concept looks in a real-life environment.
A lot of attention to detail has gone into the design of the Tata E-Vision. One of the main design features is the brushed-aluminium ‘Humanity Line' that runs around the car. The Tata E-Vision sits on 21-inch wheels, which probably won't see production. The Tata E-Vision concept also features frameless doors.
Inside, the concept is finished with a combination of leather and wood. The instrument console is digital. There is also a retractable touchscreen at the centre of the dashboard.
The official render of the dashboard reveals the three displays present inside at front.
Coming to the equipment list, the E-Vision comes with driving aids such as Advanced Driver Assist Systems (ADAS), HMI (Human-Machine Interface), drive analytics, geospatial navigation among others.
While most claim that the E-Vision is aimed to be an all-electric premium sedan, rumours also suggest that it could be a C-segment sedan. The C-segment sedan market is now dominated by the Hyundai Verna, Honda City, Maruti Ciaz and even the newly-launched Toyota Yaris.
Thoughts On The Tata E-Vision Concept
Being a concept, the Tata E-Vision exaggerates a lot of things which may or may not make it into production. Tata Motors had earlier showcased the H5X SUV concept at the Auto Expo 2018. While the SUV concept highlighted many upmarket features and styling, some recent spy pics of the production-version looked nothing close to it.
We believe this would be the case for the Tata E-Vision too. What do you think?