Tata H5X #Harrier SUV, #Tata45X Hatchback and #TataeVision Sedan at Geneva Motor Show 2018!!

Tata Motors celebrate 20 years at the Geneva International Motor Show with the unveiling of its much awaited new premium electric sedan concept, Tata EVision.
The Tata EVision Electric Sedan, H5X SUV, 45X Premium Hatchback Concepts are based on the new IMPACT 2.0 design language.
The new Evision Electric Premium Sedan Concept is based on Omega architecture, which is based on a modular, scalable and flexible architecture and it will help for long-range travel and the same time gives excellent performance.
The instrument panel hides two digital interfaces that open only when the user needed.
Tata’s signature ‘Humanity Line’ merges the honey comp front grille and the led headlamps and The rear LED tail lights gives aggressive premium look.
The Diamond shaped door opening runs from the A to C pillar, it’s visually lowering the profile of the car.
The beautifully casting the outside rear-view mirrors extend out of the body on a solid looking aluminium frame.
The rear seats are fully adjustable; it gives good amount of leg room and headroom. There are hand crafted materials which are punctuated with technical details.
The Tata EVision electric premium sedan concept dimensions are similar size as the Jaguar XE.
The Evision Electric Sedan Concept will come with connected technologies such as cloud computing, analytics, live traffic and routes maps and increased human-machine interface. More importantly, the electric concept should come with both slow charging (AC) / fast charging (DC) options. This will help flexile recharging options to customers.

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