Tata RaceMo and RaceMo Electric showcased at 2018 Auto Expo
RushLane.com - Sunday 11th February, 2018
Showcased at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show, Tata's TaMo Racemo bagged the German Design Award in the Gold category for International Excellence in - Exceptional Product Design. Now, the car has made its India debut, along with a new EV variant. It is among the star exhibits at the Tata Motors Performance Zone at the 2018 Auto Expo alongside other Tata cars.
Tata Racemo is designed on Tata's latest Impact design language. It sports a new front fascia, Bi-LED headlamps and rounded LED tail lamps, a large front bumper with large air intakes and large black painted alloy rims. The doors open in dihedral style and engine cover has intake holes and a large diffuser.
Interiors of the TaMo Racemo sport a simple yet functional design. This race oriented car receives three large displays, advanced navigation and remote monitoring system, all of which use Microsoft cloud based technologies with all functions integrated onto the steering wheel.
measures 3,835 mm in length, 1,810 mm in width and 1,208 in height. Its wheelbase measures 2,430 mm and ground clearance stands at 165 mm. It is powered by a 1.2 liter Revotron turbocharged 3 cylinder engine offering 190 PS peak power and 210 Nm peak torque mated to a 6 speed AMT sending power to rear wheels. Acceleration from 0 to 100 kmph is possible in under 6 seconds. Specs of the electric RaceMo variant are not known.
Unfortunately, project RaceMo has been shelved. Though the company had initially said it will be launched at a price of Rs 25 lakhs in limited numbers, but later it was reported that the entire TaMo project has been shelved. In addition to this, the company also shelved T1 Prima Truck Racing and their Geneva Motor Show participation for 2018.
Along with TaMo RaceMo and RaceMo EV, Tata showcased many new cars and concepts like the H5X SUV, 45X concept hatchback, Tiago EV, Tigor EV, Tiago JTP, Tigor JTP and many more.
Stay tuned to Rushlane as we cover 2018 Auto Expo LIVE from India Expo Mart in Greater Noida.
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