Tata Motors has taken a step towards the next gen EV hence based on its GEN 3 architecture of the new concept Tata Avinya. The name Avinya is Derived from the Sanskrit language which stands for ‘Innovation’. A unique body shape with premium and sophisticated interiors. Let’s take a look at its specifications
The Avinya will be based on the more versatile Gen 3 EV platform. The Gen3 EV platform gets a lighter and more efficient battery pack. The battery is lighter while the EV-only platform reduces weight. There is also fast charging capability on offer with the new EV architecture where the range is 500kms plus with the ability to charge in 30 minutes. The Avinya will also have its battery pack made in-house.
As for safety, the Avinya will be equipped with connected car tech, advanced driver assistance systems, and enhanced structural safety. The platform has also been engineered to global standards with improved levels of waterproofing and dust protection.
There is a clean and very minimalist look to the cabin. There is no central infotainment screen on the dash; instead it has a slim, well-integrated screen in the dashboard above the sound bar, along with a new steering wheel that has an integrated screen for all the other information and controls. The far ends of the dash also have a screen to show the feed from the wing-mounted rear view cameras.
There is seating for up to five people with plenty of legroom in both the rear bench style seats and the modern bucket seats up front that can swivel. Tata has also used sustainable materials throughout the interior and there is a neatly incorporated aroma diffuser in the centre armrest to add to the cabin’s unique ambience.
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The Avinya is Tata’s Gen-3 EV architecture, which is based around the battery and electric motors, allowing the carmaker to push out the wheels to the far corners and maximise the cabin space. There is a new LED light bar at the front showing the Tata logo while the headlamp design is slim too along with a large grille which being an EV is not the usual one with standard petrol/diesel cars.
The side view gets a floating roof design, huge wheels, and a clean look but with sharp lines. The rear gets a long LED tail-light bar that runs across the entire width of the rear. The concept has butterfly doors that open to reveal a spacious cabin.
It is likely to be priced from Rs 30 lakh (ex-showroom) onwards.
Inspired by the timeless elegance of the catamaran, the #AVINYA concept EV focuses on a human-centric design and promises a sensory journey of its own.— Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Limited (@Tatamotorsev) April 29, 2022
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