Less than a week after Tata Motors announced that in conjunction with Microsoft India to develop connected vehicle systems using Azure cloud computing technology.
The company has today revealed a new hatchback concept, the C-Cube, from its new TaMo mobility solution brand at a Microsoft tech event in Mumbai. It was showcased as a part of the ‘Product Transformation’ theme at the event. However, Tata hasn’t revealed any specific details about this two-door hatchback.
The two-door hatchback sports Tata Motor’s IMPACT design language with the humanity line similar to the front grille like on the Hexa and Tiago and neatly integrated angular projector headlamps with LED daytime running lamps and the wiper bear resemblance to the ones on the Nano.
On the sides, the C-Cube gets a prominent shoulderline along with air-vents on the lower rear fender (indicates a rear-engined car). The lovely O.Z. racing alloy wheels look gorgeous on the concept. There were no images detailing the rear styling and interior of the concept. No further details on the model were revealed.
According to Tata Motors, this concept car showcases the brand’s “Advanced structural technology” which will be present in new models developed under TAMO brand. Apart from sportscars and premium vehicles, the TaMo brand will also feature vehicles with alternative propulsion methods hybrid, electric, air-powered and maybe even fuel cell equipped units.
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