Tata Motors seems to be on the game changing turf with its new age products that will be based on the new IMPACT 2.0 philosophy. The process commenced with the introduction of Tiago small car followed by Tigor, Hexa and Nexon. The home-grown automaker recently showcased new bunch of concepts including H5X SUV and Tata 45X at the Auto Expo 2018. These products will play a major role in strengthening Tata Motors’ brand image in the domestic market. Adding another stepping stone to its portfolio, the car maker will be unveiling all-new sedan concept at the Geneva Motor Show 2018 today. Read More: LIVE Updates Tata Sedan Concept Unveiling at Geneva Motor Show 2018
Talking about the new Tata Sedan concept, the car is reportedly believed to be based on the IMPACT design 2.0 philosophy. Likely to be called as 45X concept, the sedan will compete against Hyundai Verna, Honda City, upcoming Maruti Ciaz and Volkswagen Vento in the B-segment sedan space. More details about the sedan are likely to be revealed at the Motor show today. Moreover, the sedan is likely to share its platform with 45X premium hatchback. As far as the launch is concerned, there are no concrete details about the arrival of the sedan, we can expect the car to hit the Indian market by late 2019. Also Read: Tata Sedan Concept (45X Based) to be Unveiled Today at 2018 Geneva Motor Show
The Tata Sedan concept (45X sedan) will sport highly scalable AMP (Advanced Modular Platform) architecture known as Alpha ARC – featuring sharp creases and sporty elements. The overall detail of the sedan will be highlighted by sharp design elements, LED headlamps with LED DRLs and the popular humanity line on the grille. Read More: Upcoming Tata Motors Cars to Launch in India in 2018-19
As far as the mechanicals are concerned, the sedan is expected to borrow it’s power-train options from Nexon. However, they will be offered in differed state of tuning. The petrol version could be powered by a 1.2-litre turbo-charged unit which can make 90 BHP and150 Nm of power figures, while the diesel version might get a 1.5-litre turbo-charged oil burner which will be tuned to produce maximum power of 90 BHP and 200 Nm of peak torque. Transmission duties will be carried out by a 6-speed manual gearbox. Moreover, a new dual-clutch automatic transmission is also likely to be on offer which will be seen on Tata 45X premium hatchback.
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