The Tamo C-Cube hatchback concept represents the company’s new ‘advanced structural technology’.
The Tata Tamo C-Cube hatchback concept could be showcased on 7th March at the Geneva Motor Show alongside the Futuro sports car concept.
After creating noise with its highly anticipated mid-engined sportscar Racembo, Tata Motors revealed the Tamo C Cube hatchback concept at the 2017 Future Decoded event organized in Mumbai lately. While all-new Fururo did make its public debut on March 7, 2017 in Geneva, the sportscar will reportedly break cover in mid-2018 post its stint at the Delhi Auto Expo, earlier next year.
The C Cube hatchback will follow suit and will be rolled-out later. As of now, Tata has not revealed any detail regarding launch of C Cube hatchback, but considering that Futuro will be first launch under Tamo, the hatchback will be launched later.
After introducing the Tamo brand and teasing Futuro last month, Tata Motors announced its partnership with Microsoft India for enhancing in-car connectivity in its cars. The announcement came days before its global unveiling at Geneva. Apart from the mid-engined sportscar, Tata will also display the C Cube hatchback concept, sporting Microsoft’s connected car technology.
According to Tata, the C Cube hatchback represents its ‘advanced structural technology’ which could be used as a base for Tata’s future hatchbacks. Details about the hatchback are still under the wraps, but industry experts suggest that it could be built on the same platform that underpins Tiago. With a cab forward look, the three door concept sports exterior elements like projector headlamps with LED DRLs, pronounced mesh design grille from the Hexa SUV, O.Z alloy wheels, bold shoulder line and air-vents on lower rear fender.
Since the company hasn’t revealed the car’s rear pictures, the design details are scanty. The company has already confirmed that the first product under this brand will have Tata Motor’s unique user interface application and Microsoft-enabled functionalities. Tata Motors & Microsoft India association is aimed to leverage Connected Vehicle Technologies that include Advanced machine learning, Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Internet of Things (IOT) capabilities on the global hyper-scale Azure cloud.
Revealed in Mumbai recently, Tata’s C Cube hatchback concept under the Tamo brand will be showcased at the Geneva Motor Show in March. The company has not made any further announcements regarding is India launch yet. More details will be revealed at the upcoming event.
– Cab forward design
– Projectors headlamps with LED DRLs
– Pronounced mesh design grille
– Prominent shoulder line
– O.Z alloy wheels
– Three doors layout
– Air-vents on the lower rear fender
With interesting design elements and several new-age tech features, the Tamo C-Cube looks like a futuristic product that might excite young buyers.