Tata Motors marked its 20th year at the Geneva Motor Show with the unveiling of its EVision sedan concept, an electric concept for the future. It is possible that the technologies we see in this concept will be carried over to upcoming production models from Tata.
The exterior is based on three key design elements. The three-dimensional 'Humanity Line' is finished in brushed aluminium and runs the entire width of the car, underlining the grille and the lights.
The diamond shaped DLO is defined by another aluminium blade which runs from the A to C pillar, visually lowering the profile of the car.
The rear is characterized by the animated tail lights, which form a part of the character line that starts at the Tata logo and swings around to the body side.
Inside, the instrument panel hides two digital interfaces that appear only when needed by the users. The space under the panel is free from hindrances and adds to the sensation of space.
The rear seats are fully adjustable, with supposedly great amount of knee, and headroom. There are hand crafted materials which are punctuated with technical details.
The concept is built on a modified version of the OMEGA EV architecture, a scalable and flexible architecture to address the range of performance attributes for long-range travel.
Key tech highlights of the concept include predictive energy management systems based on live traffic and routes. There’s also cloud computing, geo-spatial mapping and human-machine interface. More importantly, the concept comes with both slow charging (AC) / fast charging (DC) options. This will allow some flexibility to the users when recharging.