Tata Motors has teased an all-new concept that will be unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show 2018. According to initial reports, the company will showcase the Tata Sedan Concept on March 6, 2018 in Geneva. Tata Motors is believed to be working on developing a mid-size sedan that will be based on the AMP (Advanced Modular Platform) architecture and will rival the likes of Honda City, Hyundai Verna, Maruti Suzuki Ciaz, Volkswagen Vento and the Skoda Rapid. Also Read: Tata 45X (Baleno Rival): Price in India, Images, Launch Date, Specifications, Features

The teaser image shows the sleek headlamps, sculpted bonnet and the tri-arrow DRLs of the concept. The company was highly expected to showcase the upcoming mid-size sedan (Tata X452 Sedan) at the recently concluded Auto Expo 2018, which saw the company unveil two concepts – Tata H5x SUV and the Tata 45x premium hatchback. Similar to the H5x and the 45x concepts, the Tata Sedan Concept will also be based on Tata’s ‘IMPACT Design 2.0’ design philosophy. Read More: New Hatchbacks Launching in India in 2018-19

The AMP architecture is scalable and can produce cars up to 4.4 metres in length, while the platform also offers the ability to use class-leading wheel sizes. We can expect the car to get sleek LED headlamps and a 3D humanity line grille and sporty front bumper. The side profile will carry a swoopy design with coupe-like sloping roof while the rear will sport LED tail lamps. The production model is expected to get spacious interiors and best-in-class infotainment system. Also Read: Tata Nexon AMT Variant Showcased at Auto Expo 2018

While it is premature to talk about engine specifications, under the hood, the car is likely to be powered by turbo-charged petrol and diesel engines. The car will like get the 1.2-litre Revotron turbo-petrol and the 1.5-litre Revotorq turbo-diesel engines mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Tata Motors is also said to be developing an advanced dual-clutch automatic transmission that will be offered on its range of premium cars in India.