2017 Geneva Auto Show: India’s Tata Motor reveals its first Sports car Tamo Racemo

Geneva Auto Show, the most prestigious platform created for automakers to bring out the most exclusive and decent wheels out of the workshops. Tata Motors, an Indian manufacturer, brought loads of cars to the show. And most of them belong to the sports car category. Yes, you heard it right…

Tata Motors, under its new sub-brand, introduced its first ever sports car named as TAMO Racemo at Geneva. Tata has been dominating the passenger car market in India, and recently declared its new brand TAMO and rolled a teaser of Racemo sports coupe.

The sports car was revealed in the presence new Chairman of Tata Group’s N. Chandrasekaran and Chairman Emeritus Ratan Tata.

Racemo was designed in Italy at Tata Motor’s Turin studio. The two seats with mid-range engine sports car are made within length of 4 meter. The machine that powers up the car is 1.2 liter turbocharged intercooled Revotron engine that transmits 210 nm of torque and is capable to produce 186 horsepower. It will utilize a 6-speed AMT gearbox with paddle shifters and for reverse has a push button. It can speed up from 0 to 100 kemps in just 6 seconds.

Tata claims that it is India’s first connected car that is jointly developed with Microsoft. In respective to the Microsoft cloud-based technologies, the car has features such as predictive maintenance update, advanced navigation, over the air updates, and remote monitoring.

Coming on to its design developed in Turin, Racemo is output of Tata’s new IMPACT design philosophy. The body structure of the car is created based on patented MOFlex Multi-Material sandwich structure that gives a great liberty in surface design.

Tata’s TAMO Racemo is also integrated with some primary safety features such as three point seat belt, ABS and EBD, and dual front airbags.

Isn’t this a power pack for sports lovers?

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