Tata Motors is releasing a new midsize SUV in India. This upcoming SUV is expected to be unveiled as an EV concept car on April 6th 2022 by the indigenous carmaker, Tata. The recent video teaser for this upcoming electric vehicle concept fascinates us with some exterior design features.

It merely shows a few of the concept SUV’s design components. It’s now noticeable that this would not be the long-range Nexon EV or the Sierra EV, as it’s an entirely new model. The teaser also includes the tagline ‘’Discover Different.’’

Tata EV Concept Exteriors

The latest teaser provides a few insights about the next electric SUV concept. It shows a glance of the front that has LED DRLs. These stretch from the side of the bonnet crease to the ORVMs. Tata’s EV concept will include split headlamps, similar to the previous Safari, Harrier and Punch.

It has a split headlight design, with the main headlights mounted on the bottom bumper. The automobile will have blue paintwork and triangle air vents. The wheelbase will most likely be expanded by 50 mm. It will be around 4.3 metres long. Tata’s forthcoming midsize SUV will be equipped with both internal combustion engines and an all-electric powertrain.

Presently, Tata includes two electric vehicles i.e the Nexon EV & the Tigor EV. Both cars are built on the same framework as their ICE counterpart. The EV concept SUV is anticipated to stand above the Nexon EV and might serve as a baseline for an entirely new electric vehicle platform. If it enters into production, it may compete with the Hyundai Kona Electric and MG ZS EV. During the concept’s debut, the manufacturer may unveil the electric SUV’s technical specifications.


1. Will the upcoming Tata Concept run only on electric power?

The upcoming Tata Concept will likely have both an internal combustion engine and an all-electric power train. We will have to wait for the launch for the detailed specifications of the car.

2. How about its accessibility?

Tata will debut a concept model of its upcoming electric-powered SUV. It could go into production, or design parts and features & these all could be used in a future car by the automaker.

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