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 car was shown as part of the event’s Product Transformation theme. The company is showcasing advanced structural technology which will enable it to work on several innovative products under the TAMO sub-brand.
The C-Cube is a handsome car and the transformational effect seems quite evident. The three-door city car features a modern 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. The design is inspired by models from Citroen and Toyota going by its aesthetic elements and particularly the C-pillar which harks back to several Citroen models. There are OZ racing wheels and these look stunning on the car.
Will this be a potential rival for the Kwid? The signs are very much there. Even though Tata has not issued any confirmations yet, the car should fit the bill perfectly going by its design and proportions.
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.
We are looking forward to more details at Geneva motor show where Tata could showcase it alongside its Futuro sports car concept.
Tata C Cube launch date
There’s no word on the production or the launch date of the Tata C Cube.