Looks like Tata is on fire with Impact Design Language.
After the Futuro, now a 3 door hatchback called the C-Cube
Tata has revealed a new hatchback concept, the C-Cube, from its new Tamo mobility solution brand at a Microsoft tech event in Mumbai.
The three-door city runabout features a cab-forward design with a short bonnet and swooping windscreen along with a prominent mesh design grille similar to the Hexa and Tiago and neatly integrated angular projector headlamps with LED daytime running lamps. Along the side the car gets a prominent shoulder line along with air-vents on the lower rear fender. The concept also sits on O.Z. alloy wheels. There were no images detailing the rear styling of the concept.
According to Tata Motors, the hatchback concept showcases its new ‘advanced structural technology’ that will be used by the Tamo brand to develop new models. No further details on the model were revealed.
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