2017 Tata Motors C-Cube Concept
This car could take on the KWID and the Alto in future
Tata Motors is taking some big steps to promote their future products and platform. They have already tied up with Microsoft for their future infotainment system. This tie-up will increase in car infotainment convenience while also making sure that the driver is safe and fully concentrating behind the steering wheel. Now the recent news also suggests that the Indian auto manufacturer has actually also displayed a concept car called the ‘C-Cube’ at the Future Decoded 2017, which was an event organised by Microsoft India.
The C-Cube, showcased as a part of the product transformation theme at the event. With this newly introduced concept, Tata Motors tried to showcase their advanced structural technology which will enable them to develop more of their breakthrough products from TAMO.
TAMO like you all know is a sub-brand which was introduced recently by Tata Motors and its main objective is to redefine mobility solution in India. They also have plan to unveil a new two-seater sports car at the upcoming 87th Geneva Motor show, while there is still some time before the Motor show let us provide you all the information available at this moment about the newly unveiled C-Cube concept.
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Although this is a concept car, still the C-Cube looks futuristic sporty and dynamic. Although it’s too early to comment anything about the styling the round headlamps with LED DRL’s and the large grille looks modern and unique and will remind of few cars from Toyota. The side profile of the car has a sloping roofline and pronounced wheel arches. It also features an impressive looking OZ wheels as well. Surprisingly this is a two-door hatchback, but perhaps the production variant will surely get four doors.
There is nothing else revealed about this car yet but expect it to get advanced connected features from Microsoft. What the concept car like you already can see from the image is a two-seater, but the C-Cube features new sports seats.
No official details of the drivetrains are available yet, though, but we expect the production variant of this car could be positioned below the Tiago hatchback and could go head to head with Renaults KWID hatchback and Maruti’s Alto hatchback.