Tata has pulled the wraps off a new hatchback concept – the C-Cube, built under the Tamo Mobility solution brand. The C-Cube was showcased at an event in Mumbai.
The overall design reflects that of a distinctive silhouette, with a sloping bonnet, a sharp window design, angular projector headlamps, OZ alloy wheels and LED DRLs.
Tata Motors says the concept showcases its new advanced structural technology that is said to be used by Tamo for future vehicles. Not much has been revealed about the car, but expect some more low-down on it from the upcoming Geneva Motor Show.
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