To really cement its place in the international automotive world, Tata has unveiled several exciting concepts at this week’s Geneva Motor Show that the company plans to start manufacturing from next year onwards. One of these is the new Prima sedan concept, which was penned by Italy’s Pininfarina.
The Indica Vista EV will have a driving range of up to 200km
It will be built in India, with a planned launch in Europe by 2011, but before the Prima arrives Tata will already be selling the Nano and the new Indica B-segment hatchback. The Indica will even be available with an electric powertrain. Currently undergoing testing in Europe, the Indica Vista EV will have a driving range of up to 200km and 0-60km/h acceleration time of about 10 seconds – nothing to write home about but impressive for a company’s first mass produced electric vehicle.