Tata Tamo Futuro Price in India, Launch Date, Specifications, Mileage

Tata Motors, the homegrown auto major, has announced the introduction of a sub-brand TAMO that will focus on performance-oriented products. In a press conference held in Mumbai on January 2, the company announced that an affordable sports car will be the first car under the new brand. Expected to be called Tamo Futuro, the car will make its global debut at the 2017 Geneva Motor Show on 7th March.
Tamo Futuro

Tamo Futuro Price in India

As per a report published on Autocar India website, it will be a two-seater mid-engined sports car with an estimated price range of Rs 25 lakh. At this price, this will become the most affordable sports car in India.

Tamo Futuro Launch

While the concept of the car will make its global debut on March 7, 2017 at the Geneva Motor Show, we expect to see its close-to-production model at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo in February. Its launch is expected to take place in the second half of 2018.

Tamo Futuro Specifications

As far as the engine is concerned, it could be a turbocharged 1.2-litre Revotron that will churn out 180bhp. While the maximum power may not appear as exciting as one would expect from a sports car, the company will try to keep it kerb weight around 800Kg to achieve great power-to-weight ratio. And to achieve this, engineers at Tata Motors will use a mixture of aluminium and plastics. Since there are cost constrains, carbon-fibre or any high price material will not be used.

TAMO Futuro – Design

The Tata TAMO Futuro will be developed locally in India, and the famous Italian designer Marcello Gandini will be responsible for its chassis construction. Though there’s still no clue about its design, the company today revealed a covered image of it. And its silhouette surely looks like a proper Italian sports car. For people not in the know, Tata Motors had unveiled a sports car back in 2001 at the Geneva Motor Show. But the TAMO Futuro may not share any resemblance to that concept.

This is what we have for now, we’ll update you on this as soon as we hear from Tata Motors.

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