Tata’s EVision Sedan Concept Previews A Quirky Compact 4-Door

Tata Motors unveiled the EVision sedan concept during this year’s Geneva Motor Show, a vehicle that utilizes the same Omega platform as their previous concept, the H5X crossover.

According to AutoNDTV, the EVision concept is about the same size as a Jaguar XE or a Mercedes-Benz C-Class, which would make it a compact sports sedan, even though it doesn’t look particularly sporty or aggressive, despite having a few muscular angles here and there.

Design features include the sculpted doors with flush door handles, large wheels, chrome highlights, slim LED lights front and rear, a panoramic glass roof and a fastback-like rear end.

Inside, there aren’t a lot of buttons to be found on the dashboard, which features a very clean appearance, interrupted only by the occasional LCD display or aluminum air vent. The central infotainment screen is actually retractable, while the gauge cluster is fully digital. Last but not least, there is a third screen that stretches across the entire passenger side – although it’s very narrow.

Most surfaces seem to be covered in either leather or wood, the latter covering the center dashboard, a little bit of the door panels and the lower part of the flat bottom steering wheel.

While technical information remains scarce, rumor has it the EVision can hit 100 km/h (62 mph) in 7 seconds and max out at 200 km/h (124 mph).

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Photo Credits: Brad Anderson for CarScoops

  • CADOX

    They REALLY need to change their brand name to be taken seriously. The interior is actually very nice.

    • Mynameis Taylor

      why? Hyundai and Kia are doing just fine…..

      • CADOX

        I don’t mind if brands have exotic or difficult to pronounce names but Tata is just the same syllabe repeated twice and it sounds childish.

        • blueblood88

          The company is named after the surname of it’s founder who belonged to a tiny but incredible religious community of Parsis.

    • eb110americana

      Unusual name or not, you have to admit that their growth lately has been impressive. And unlike many of the established automotive parent corporations, they’ve managed not to wreck Jaguar or Land Rover under their ownership–in fact, those brands are flourishing more today than they have in decades. If they keep up their current momentum, I foresee a day when any family would be proud to park a couple of Tatas in their garage. Wait–

  • Mill0048

    What an excellent concept! It looks simple and tasteful.

  • Enter Ranting

    This is the first car I’ve seen in a while that is clean and refined. No need for gratuitous fake grilles, scoops, crazy lighting signatures, piano black dashboard. Well done.

  • TrevP

    I really like this

  • Hoe

    Tata keeps trying which is ok, but what about bring the right people??
    Hope one day they will learn… what a pity

  • MarketAndChurch

    I wish Mercedes, BMW, and Audi would design cars like this. Such a gorgeous body, change the front and rear end and this would make a really nice looking four-door 2-series.

  • Bob

    This is an actually nice looking car. Not 100% on the shape and I don’t know if the Tata brand is ready for this though but good effort.

  • liams92

    TATA should bring back Rover to sit underneath JLR products. Establish a young team from JLR and design a modern day SD1 similar size to the Audi A3 with a swooping back roof. With one platform they could create a hatch, saloon, CUV and coupe/convetible. Jaguar is bringing out a 1.5 – 3 Cylinder and has a decent parts bin between JLR and TATA to make a great competitor to the Germans.

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