The hatchback concept showcases Tamo's new ‘advanced structural technology’.
At a Microsoft event in Mumbai, Tata's new sub-brand 'Tamo' has unveiled a 3-door Tamo C-Cube Concept, which showcases the company's new ‘advanced structural technology’ that will be used in future Tamo products.
The C-Cube has a short bonnet and swooping windscreen, characteristic Tata honeycomb directly flanked by angular projector headlamps with LED daytime running lamps. Along the side, it gets a prominent shoulder line along with air-vents on the lower rear fender and sits on large multi-spoke O.Z. alloy wheels.
We're not sure that Tamo will put the C-Cube into production; rather it's more of a design and technology study concept. What Tamo will put into production is a mid-engined sportscar, which was teased at the brand's announcement on Feb 2. It will be unveiled at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show on March 7, and will launch for sale in 2018.