For the first time, the Tata E-Vision EV concept has been spied on roads.

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Tata showcased the E-Vision EV concept at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show and made the entire automobile fraternity go wow! In fact, the E-Vision EV concept has got such a positive response that MotorBeam’s video did more than a million views in just 2 weeks time. Now, the sedan has been spied under natural light for the first time. The E-Vision sits on the OMEGA platform derived from the Land Rover Discovery’s platform and is said to spawn a mid-size sedan to rival the Honda City, Maruti Ciaz and Hyundai Verna.

The Tata E-Vision EV concept boasts of Tata’s IMPACT 2.0 design language and looks stunning in this concept avatar. How much of this goes into the production car is what remains to be seen. The homegrown automaker has revealed that the electric vehicle is capable of doing the 0-100 km/hr sprint in under 7 seconds with a top speed of 200 km/hr! Other technical specifications of the EV are yet to be disclosed.

Design highlights of the EV are the large grille underlined by Tata’s signature ‘Humanity Line’, slim LED headlights, sleek rear-view mirrors, 21-inch alloy wheels and the flush-fitting door handles. Tata is yet to confirm an E-Vision based production model for India and is currently working on the production models of the H5X concept (SUV) and the 45X concept (premium hatchback).

Tata E-Vision EV

– The E-Vision EV concept spotted outdoors for the first time
– EV gets both AC as well as DC (fast charging) options
– The EV is expected to offer a range of 300 kms on a single charge

Tata E-Vision EV Concept Spotted
The E-Vision EV concept gets a handsome design, spacious and upmarket interiors along with tons of features
Tata E-Vision EV Concept Interior
The EV gets a host of driver assistance systems
Tata E-Vision EV Concept Side
The sloping roofline makes the EV look like a fastback rather than a sedan
Tata E-Vision EV Concept Rear Spied
The OMEGA in OMEGA platform stands for Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced platform

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