New Delhi: Tata Motors has unveiled a new hatchback idea, the C-Cube from its new Tamo portability arrangement mark at a Microsoft tech occasion in Mumbai. The idea was exhibited as a major aspect of an 'Item Transformation' topic at the occasion.
The two-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 shoulderline 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.
As indicated by Tata Motors, the hatchback idea is part of its new 'advanced structural technology' that will be utilized by the Tamo brand to grow new models.