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Tata Motors plans to launch its first EV, the Avinya Concept, in 2025

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Electric cars are becoming increasingly popular and Tata Motor is taking a new step in this direction. On Friday, the company’s Tata Passenger Electric Mobility (TPEM) division showed its “Avinya concept”, which is made of pure electric vehicles.

The word “Avinya,” which comes from Sanskrit, means “invention,” says Tata Motors. It has new age technology, software and artificial intelligence working in the background to make you feel good and calm while you are on the go.

Most people in high-growth, high-volume markets will be able to afford the real product based on the Avinya concept, the company says. It will be on the road in 2025.

During the development of the Avinya Concept, Tata Motors and Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran said the main goal was to provide a unique mobility solution. A state-of-the-art software on wheels that is well-designed, durable and reduces the planet’s carbon footprint was the main goal, he said.

“Green mobility is at the heart of TPEM and the Avinya concept perfectly reflects what the company stands for. It is a concept that will not only accelerate the adoption of electric cars, but also lead this movement.” In addition, the Tata group has all the skills needed to build these mobility solutions, and Chandrasekaran says that in the coming years we will will have a bigger and more long-term impact, not only in India, but also around the world.

Sheila Chandra is the CEO of Tata Motors Passenger Vehicles Ltd., which makes electric cars, and Tata Passenger Electric Mobility Ltd.: “The Avinya concept was born from one of our early ideas, so we can now make electric cars that compete around the world.” Our vision for pure EVs is to make people feel better and younger while on the move, using the most advanced technology to improve people’s quality of life.

Tata Motors says the Avinya concept is an uncompromising vision of electric cars. It was inspired by a catamaran. With a new shape, this concept is a mix of the best of all worlds. It has the essence of a premium hatchback, the luxury and versatility of an SUV, and the space and functionality of an MPV – all brought together to create something beautiful and new.

The new name is a big deal on the front and back of the car. This new name as part of the CSR is a small way to show that we want to improve people’s lives. It is also a big step in the evolution of electric cars. Another thing in it is the manifesto, which tells how Gen 3 electric cars can go into the future and how there are so many possibilities. Slide to the sides and you’ll see the ‘Butterfly’ doors, which open wide and welcome you to an industry-leading spacious interior that will put occupants at ease.

This concept is meant to trick people into thinking that less screen time is the best way. It has been made screen free so that there are no distractions in the car and mind and soul do not have to deal with it.

This global platform is made in India for the rest of the world. It has high structural safety and the next level of water and dust protection, making it suitable for any kind of terrain, the company says.

This architecture is made with new materials, efficient electronic components, and unique energy management strategies and algorithms used only by the company that created them. Using lightweight materials and a well-designed electric drivetrain structure that provides the right amount of stiffness helps keep weight down, leading to good weight management. In addition, the used battery will be able to charge very quickly, in line with the changes in the infrastructure. It will be able to achieve a range of at least 500 km in less than 30 minutes. ‘Minimize-Maximize-Optimize’ would be the general philosophy for greater reach.

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