At the current Delhi Auto Expo, the Tata Avinya EV notion has eventually made its premiere in India with the Curve EV prototype. In April of last year, two very different ideas received their global debuts. While the Curve was created using Gen 2 technology, the Avinya EV is built on the company’s “Born Electric” (Gen 3) foundation. According to the automaker, the Gen 3 platform “eradicates the limitations of multi-energy and enables flexibility of unadulterated EV.” It has been built to offer extra room while maintaining the identical layout. The electrified vehicles from Tata will be equipped with cutting-edge features and technology. The business wants all of its “Born Electric” EVs to have a baseline endurance of 500 kilometres.
The Tata Avinya has a simple aesthetic approach that gives it a contemporary appearance. The design’s frontal end is distinguished by a distinctively shaped grille, thin headlights, a full-width LED light bar that resembles an elongated “T” emblem, and a splitter. The side view has a glass roof, blacked-out A pillars, and a prominent shoulder line spanning the length of it. The EV design has full-width taillamps that match the headlight units at the back.
The Avinya EV structure’s interior has a taskbar icon, thin monitor that is positioned over the soundbar. The footage from the wing-mounted rear vision sensors is also shown on a display at the extreme ends of the dashboard. It has a redesigned steering column that incorporates a screen that shows all other buttons and statistics. The idea has a 5-seat arrangement with contemporary bucket seats up front and bench-style seats in the back.
As previously noted, Tata’s “Born Electric” EVs will have cutting-edge communication and ADAS technologies. Although the automaker hasn’t yet provided specifics on the battery, it has stated that it would allow ultra-fast refuelling and deliver a baseline endurance of 500 km in under 30 minutes.