Tata Motors had disclosed a new focus on cabin ambience and the human-machine interface on cars built to Impact Design 2.0, and the EVision concept's interior does show the result of that focus. The concept sedan has a coupe-like roofline that features a thick C-pillar. This platform has been modular and scalable to accommodate a wide range of electric cars in future. Tata has derived this platform from sister company Land Rover's D8 architecture.
The E-tron SUV will be the first of three all-electric Audi models rolling out by 2020, including the four-door Gran Turismo based on the E-tron Sportback concept, and a compact model.
Scroll down through our gallery of the sexiest and the craziest cars of the Geneva Motor Show. At the rear, it gets sleek wraparound LED tail lamps along with the "Vision" badge that spans across the width of the auto. The dashboard is a floating type one. The rear seats are fully adjustable, including recline. According to Butschek changes to the underbody were sufficient to convert the conventional architecture designed for combustion engine applications to one that could be used for electric vehicles.
While Tata is tightipped about the eVision's mechanicals, er electricals, the auto is said to pack enough punch to hit a top speed of 200 Kph, with the nought to 100 sprint coming up in just 7 seconds.
While Tata Motors has not revealed any information in regards to the vehicle's powertrain, we do know that it is built on a modified version of its Omega platform for EVs and that it will come with both slow charging (AC) and fast charging (DC) capabilities.
Based on the Land Rover Discovery platform internally coined the Omega architecture or "Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced" Architecture, in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover, the E Vision is a large saloon like a Toyota Camry created to have a range of 300 km per charge which can drive from 0-100 in 7 seconds.
The EVision Electric Sedan Concept comes with prognostics controller that forecasts service requirements of key components.
Capable of Advanced Driver Assistance System (ADAS) features. The Iconiq Seven, a collaborative electric vehicle from W Motors and Chinese company Iconiq, is also representing the Emirates in Switzerland.