Ever wondered what the Tata TaMo Futuro will look like as an sportscar? Well, wonder no more, as our friends at Rushlane have created this render, which looks-like inspired from the McLaren 570S Coupe.

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The 87th Geneva International Motor Show will witness the global premiere of the first ever product from TAMO and tastefully it is a 2-seater sportscar coupe.

Based on the Vista’s X1 platform (also underpins the Bolt, Zest and upcoming Nexon), the Futuro sportscar will have the compact proportions of mid-engined sports cars like the Opel Speedster (or Vauxhall VX220), and Alfa Romeo 4C. It will create an all-new segment of its own below the DC Avanti, another MADE-IN-INDIA mid-engined sportscar.

India’s least expensive mid-engine sportscar will make its world premiere in concept avatar on March 07, 2017 at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show. The car is scheduled to launch in mid-2018 for a price of around Rs 25 lakh. Tata Motors will make only 250 units of the Futuro to maintain its exclusivity.

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The rendering created by Rushlane here does not necessarily represent the Geneva-bound concept but the design is outstanding for a price.

Under the hood, the Futuro sportscar is likely to get a twin-turbocharged version of the 1.2L Revotron petrol motor that will get 180 BHP+ of power. The car will be very lightweight (under 800 kg targeted), so 180 BHP of power will be good enough to give the vehicle a massive power-to-weight ratio of 225 BHP/ton.

Like many sports cars from the past-era which include Ferrari 208, 2014 Porsche 911 Targa 4, Porsche 996 have similar power-to-weight ratios.

 
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Also seeTata Motors teases new Tamo Futuro sportscar concept for Geneva Motor Show

 

 

Image CourtesyRushlane

 

  • Azfar Ahmed

    wow