– Tata EVision electric sedan concept was unveiled at the 2018 Geneva Motor Show.
– The sedan’s contemporary fuel version will make its way to India.
Tata EVision sedan is a design study that previews scalability and flexibility of the Omega architecture.
Tata Motors had commemorated its 20 years of participation at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show. At the event, the carmaker unveiled its all-new Tata E-Vision sedan concept. After the 45X premium hatchback and H5X SUV concepts, the Tata EVision is the third product from the home-grown carmaker based on its new-generation IMPACT 2.0 design language. This saloon will be the company’s flagship model in the Indian market, but not the electric version.
The electric derivative of the Tata EVision sedan is based on the company’s Omega platform or Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced Architecture developed with collaboration of Jaguar Land Rover. Though, the India-spec Tata EVision sedan (contemporary fuel version) will make use of the AMP (Advanced Modular Platform) that will also underpin the 45X premium hatchback. The latter one made its world debut at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo alongside the H5X SUV concept.
The home-grown carmaker marked its 20 years at the Geneva Motor Show with the debut of the EVision electric sedan. The previewed model was the electric model, while the company will launch the contemporary fuel version (petrol or diesel) of the sedan in India. No official word has been made on its India launch date and details. Though, it is likely to see a release sometime in 2019 or 2020. Read – Tata H7X SUV Under Development
The Tata EVision sedan will be premium offering from the home-grown carmaker in India. Though, it would be quite early to comment on its pricing. Speculations suggest that it could be priced at Rs 20 lakh for the entry-level variant and Rs 25 lakh for the top-spec model. Check Out – Tata Nexon AMT Pictures & Details
Previewed at the 2018 Geneva International Motor Show, the Tata EVision sedan concept is a design study that represents scalability and flexibility of the Omega architecture. This platform will be used to equip electric powertrains and new age interior for Tata’s future electric vehicles. Similar to the Tata H5X SUV and 45X hatchback concepts, the Tata EVision features the brand’s new-generation IMPACT Design 2.0 design language.
Face of the new Tata sedan seems inspired by the 45x hatchback concept that had its world premiere at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo. The EVision sports sleek LED headlamps flowing from the front grille similar to its hatch sibling. Though, the grille has grown in proportion and features brushed aluminium. One can notice the signature characteristics of the new-gen IMPACT Design 2.0 philosophy such as more prominent three-dimensional ‘Humanity Line’ designed in brushed aluminium, tri-arrow fog lamps, strong fenders and class-leading wheel sizes are clearly visible on the concept. Check Out – Upcoming Tata Cars in India
Moving to sides, the sedan features the sculpted outside mirrors, broad C-pillar, flush-fitting door handles, bold and pronounced shoulder line, large 21-inch wheels and the sloping roof. There is aluminium on the top of the windows and base of the doors. It also gets high mounted taillamps at the rear end. Read About – Tata Tigor Electric | Tata Tiago Electric
Sporting the brand’s new-generation IMPACT design philosophy, the Tata EVision will have cabin ambiance centric interior with the Human Machine Interface (HMI). In the concept version, Tata generously uses top-quality wood and materials that enhance its premium feel and appeal. The production model might stay close to the showcased version. Features such as floating dashboard with minimalist design, light colour theme, dual instrument screens, full adjustable rear seats further enhance its futuristic look. The sedan also gets predictive energy management systems based on live traffic and routes. The saloon also offers multiple connected technologies such as cloud computing, geo-spatial mapping, analytics and advanced driver assist system (ADAS). For ensuring occupants’ safety and security, Tata might equip the vehicle with several high-end passive and active safety fitments. Read About – Tata Tigor JTP | Tata Tiago JTP
Tata Motors has confirmed that its new upcoming premium sedan will be able to do 0 to 100kmph in less than 7 seconds. It will have an electronic speed limit of 200kmph. While the battery charging and capacity are still under the wraps, it is confirmed to come with the fast-charging capability. We believe that its technical specifications and performance figures will be revealed near its launch or unveiling.
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Tata EVision concept based sedan will make its way to India. The carmaker showcased the electric version of the vehicle, though the India-bound model will come with the petrol or diesel engine options.