Tata Namo 'Futuro' sports car concept will debut at Geneva Motor Show, Matthew Swann publish a rendering image to show how Tata Namo look before their official release. According to Swann, he was imagined a roadster version of Tata Nano before create sketch for Tata Namo or at least Tata Namo will offer a sporty model of Tata Nano?
Tamo’s mission will be to act like a small startup within the larger Indian automaker, and the firm will develop low-volume, low-investment models for proving new technology. Hitting the ground running with a performance vehicle would be a fantastic way to establish the new name. Tamo’s internal name for the sports car concept is reportedly the Futuro, according to Automotive News, and if a production model happens, the new sub-brand might only build 250 units. As a two-seat, mid-engine model, it would be something completely different from what Tata generally makes.
“Our focus will be to scout for new technologies and to explore opportunities at the innovation hubs across the globe and to work with start-ups in the new spaces. Since this requires a different way of thinking, we will apply within Tamo also, new ways of working because leadership is all about time to market,” Dr. Tim Leverton, President and Head Advanced and Product Engineering at Tata Motors, said in the company's announcement.
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