Tata E-Vision Concept Sedan is built on Tata Motors’ Omega platform. It exhibits the company’s Impact Design philosophy.
India’s popular car manufacturer, Tata Motors has been participating at the Geneva International Motor Show for last 20 years, and at this year’s Geneva Motor Show, the auto-giant unveiled its sensational electric sedan concept, Tata E-Vision.
The E-Vision Concept is built on Tata Motor’s Omega platform that also underpins Land Rover. It is the company’s Impact Design 2.0 design language that styles this electric car. Recently, at the Auto Expo 2018 Tata H5X SUV and Tata 45X hatchback were unveiled by the auto-major that also carry the same Impact Design 2.0 design language.
Tata Motors Unveils E-Vision Concept at Geneva Motor Show
The styling of the E-Vision sedan concept is remarkably done and its front profile resembles much with the 45X hatchback concept. Attraction at the front are the slim LED headlights that are beautifully elongated. There is also a glossy aluminium strip right below the grille that spells the cars futuristic design approach. Moreover, the smoothly surfaced front bumper of Tata E-Vision sedan concept also gets design cues from the 45X hatch.
The sides are majestic too with the design impressions of an aerodynamically perfect luxury saloon, something that you usually see in the BMW and Mercedes-Benz ultra-luxury saloons. The wheel arcs house biggy 21-inches wheels and the C-pillar is significantly broader to increase the car’s rigidity alongwith adding on the visual appeal factor. In addition, the sides also manifest the sculpted ORVMs, flush-fitted door handles and aluminium lines that flow at the top of the windows and door bottom.
You will find the aluminium addition also at the bottom of rear bumper. And the headlamps are adeptly positioned high to bring in that sportiness at the rear. Hardly you will find anything nonsense or overdone at the rear; the car looks sober and quite clean.
The cabins are equally treated as the exterior and the entire cockpit focuses on the futuristic gadgetry layout; credits company’s Impact Design philosophy. Materials used inside are definitely upmarket and so is the wood quality. Light colours are intelligently used to make the interiors look spacious. Both the front and rear rows are roomy enough and there is plenty of knee room and headroom apart from the rear seats being fully adjustable.
Mechanical details are not completely revealed but what comes from Tata is that the E-Vision concept will be able to clock 0-100 kmph under 7 seconds and will have a top speed of 200 kmph. The battery capacity is not known yet but the company has confirmed that the battery will come with a fast charging capability.