Highlights

  • Gen3 platform is built from the ground up specifically for EVs only
  • EVs based on Gen3 promise a minimum range of 500km.

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Tata Motors is in the fast lane for its EV business as it unveiled a new concept electric car called AVINYA. The GEN 3 architecture pure electric vehicle claims till have 500 km-range with a full charge under 30 minutes. The car will hit the market by 2025.

The concept car is a Safari-sized vehicle aimed at showcasing the flexibility and versatility of Tata Motors’ new electric skateboard. The exterior design is also unique and a blend of a SUV and MPV.

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Speaking about the new concept car, N Chandrasekaran, Chairman, Tata Sons and Tata Motors said, “While making the Avinya Concept a reality, the central idea was to offer a mobility solution like no other a state-of-the-art software on wheels that is well-designed, sustainable and reduces the planet’s carbon footprint. . We are confident that in years to come we will make a larger and sustainable impact not only in India but globally as well.”

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