Tata Motors has introduced the new EVision Concept car at the Geneva Auto show 2018. The new sedan concept is based on the Omega platform which will be used in coming future.
The new EVision Sedan concept comes equipped with a new Impact Design 2.0, sculpted doors, flush mounted door handles, pillarless construction, large wheels, and chrome highlights. The EVision appears wide and well positioned with muscular lines.
At the front, it looks slim with an addition of sharply designed LED headlamp clusters and signature Tata design lines below the grille. The grille shows the three-pointed design element along with similar design characteristics at a rear end and slim horizontal LED tail lamps.
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It has a coupe-like roofline, well-sculpted boot lid, sporty horizontal line and a 4-door setup. Coming to the cabin, it has a retractable central infotainment screen, a digital cockpit, and a third LCD screen on the dashboard.
The AC vents are thin and the dashboard has a large wooden insert to make it look upmarket product. Further, it has a flat bottom steering wheel with leather wrapping, paddle shifters, and a glass panoramic roof.
With this year participation at the Geneva Auto Show, the EVision Concept has completed 20 years.