Preparing to lead the EV segment in India in the immediate future, Tata Motors showcased the Avinya EV concept based on the gen 3 dedicated EV architecture.
Have a look at the reaction by a Pakistani couple about the recently unveiled Tata Avinya EV concept. The Avinya EV will be a crossover SUV with a unique appearance based on a dedicated skateboard gen-3 architecture. This platform inherently frees up a ton of space on the inside by virtue of placing the wheels are extreme ends and offering a flat floor. Tata Motors plans to bring the production-spec version of the Avinya to the market sometime in 2025.
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Pakistani Couple Reacts To Tata Avinya
The man in the video confesses his admiration for Tata Motors and follows the latest news in the Indian automobile space a lot. The couple is thorough in awe of the design and features on offer on this concept EV. The exterior of the Avinya doesn’t resemble any one particular body type. It is long and relatively boxy like an SUV, the height of the EV concept is more in line with a hatchback, and the wide stance also reminds one of a premium crossover. What is grabbing the attention of everyone is the LED light bar at the front representing ‘T’ for Tata Motors, progressive light into the lower section at the front.
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The side profile is quite attractive too with elegant massive alloy wheels, a long wheelbase, a camera in place of ORVMs, no doors as this is a concept, a floating roof neatly swooping into the tail section with a raised spoiler consisting of an LED strip that runs across the width of the EV. It also represents the letter ‘T’ and there is an invited ‘T’ as a part of the rear diffuser too. The design of this concept EV is definitely something that has got everyone excited and if the final product retains most of this, Tata Motors could certainly have a winner on their hands.
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Keeping in mind the age we live in, the interior components of this concept EV is made out of recyclable and sustainable materials with a brown and beige colour combination. The front seats have a swivel function, there is acres of space inside with a minimalist cabin design and flat floor, the steering wheel has an integrated touchscreen display for driver’s information, and there are no screens for the infotainment as all the seats are equipped with a speaker and microphone to perform all the functions using voice command, the doors open in suicide style made famous by Rolls Royce, there is classy use of ambient lighting and soundbar all across the cabin. While this may just be the concept version, it hints at the direction Tata Motors is heading toward for its future cars.