Tata debuts new concept Model “Tata Megapixel” at the Geneva Motor Show
Tata has introduced a sleek and shiny looking concept model at this year Geneva Motor Show, the concept dubbed Tata Megapixel was making its world premier at the event. The model is follow up after the 3 door pixel concept which was unveiled at the last year Geneva Auto Show.
At a first glance, the Megapixel is neat vehicle that most modern city cars should look like in the near future with fully automated 4 doors sliding on both sides making way in plus a rear door.
“The Tata Megapixel, developed by our design centres in India, the UK and Italy, is our idea of a city car for discerning motorists in any megacity of the world. It is a result of the progress we have made on the Tata Pixel, displayed last year, and also denotes the company’s future design direction.” said Prakash M. Telang, Tata’s Managing Director, Tata Motors.
The Tata Megapixel measures 3,504mm long, 1,673mm wide and 1,405mm tall and has four seats inside. The model is a range extended electric vehicle (REEV) that combines four in-wheel electric motors, each delivering an output of 10kW (13bhp) powered by a a lithium ion phosphate battery and an on-board, 0.3-liter single-cylinder petrol engine generator helps recharging on the move. The Car Maker claims that the Megapixel will offer a driving range of up to 900km (560 miles) on a single tank of fuel. Check out the images and the video below.