European Premiere of its next generation cars – the H5X and the 45X Concept
Geneva, March 6, 2018: Celebrating its 20th year at the 88th Geneva International Motor Show, Tata Motors continued its rich tradition of showcasing innovative concepts and offered a glimpse into its future product line-up. The company today unveiled three stunning next generation concepts and introduced two completely new vehicle architectures.
Making its premiere in the European markets, the first unveil was the ‘H5X concept’ – a 5-seater premium SUV developed on our new ‘Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced’ Architecture, in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover. The second exciting showcase was the ‘45X concept’ – a premium hatchback, which is an amalgamation of futuristic design, advanced technology, intuitive connectivity and great performance. The 45X will be built on the versatile – ‘Agile Light Flexible Advanced’ Architecture , which is capable of developing multiple body types.
The H5X and the 45X concepts are globally benchmarked cars that will create future international business opportunities for Tata Motors. Developed under the new Impact 2.0 design language, these concepts offer extraordinary exteriors, luxurious interiors, intuitive features, future ready connectivity and infotainment, meeting the growing aspirations of the customers.
Tata Motors is committed to the Indian Government’s mission of electric mobility. Leapfrogging into the future, fueling the aspirations of electric mobility, Tata Motors marked its 20th year in Geneva with the unveil of its third spectacular ‘InnoVision’ – the E-VISION Sedan, which is an electric concept, for the future connected generation and the best so far from the IMPACT 2.0 design philosophy. Leveraging the strength of the OMEGA architecture, the E-VISION Sedan Concept is built on a modified, dedicated EV architecture – a modular, scalable and flexible architecture to address the range of performance attributes for long-range travel with class defining interiors.
Speaking proudly at the 88th Geneva International Motors Show, Mr. Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD Tata Motors Ltd., said, “It is a matter of great pride to be the only Indian OEM to participate at the Geneva International Motor Show, showcasing Indian automotive engineering capabilities through innovation in design and technology for the last two decades. As we celebrate 20 years of our participation at Geneva, we are proud to showcase three exciting concepts – the E-VISION Sedan, the H5X and the 45X – that represent the changing face of Tata Motors in our journey towards shaping the future of mobility in the country. The E-VISION Sedan Concept is one of the most definitive and aspirational product by an Indian OEM and will be a game changer, reiterating our commitment to offer world-class design, technology and drive the EV revolution to build a sustainable future.”
The year 2018 scripts a very important milestone for the Tata Group as it celebrates 150 years of pioneering innovation and nation building. In this journey, Tata Motors has delivered path-breaking solutions over the last 7 decades, reaching out to a diverse set of customers with tailor-made mobility solutions. With a successful transformative year, Tata Motors is zooming ahead towards the introduction of a stunning range of vehicles beginning 2019, speeding up product changes and getting new products faster to market.
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