Seeing the romance of technical innovation at Auto Expo was a kind of great experience. The place where all the corporate societies meet and get together with new innovative ideas can’t be explained in simple words. Major car-manufacturers have put their best foot forward, as concept cars from Maruti Suzuki, Tata Motors, Mahindra, and few others have been the talk of the town for their futuristic appeal. I am going to give an overview of some adorable cars at Auto Expo 2018.
Renault ‘Trezor concept’
The Trezor is 4,700mm long, but is just 1,080mm tall and has a wheelbase of 2,776mm with a short rear overhang. The concept rides on 21-inch wheels in front and 22 inches at the rear and gets carbon-fiber scoops to control brake temperature. The Trezor chassis has a central carbon-fibre spine that connects to steel frames and is equipped with an all-round independent suspension.
Renault ‘The Concept’
The Concept is a Made-in-India product and also designed by an Indian right here in at Renault’s design studio in Chennai and Mumbai. The Concept is a slightly larger hatchback and the roof opens for you to get in and has a really cool color combination, it comes in pearl white and yellow. The lighting is very distinctive which runs across the back. Inside, the seats is like a wooden deck and looks like a yacht of sorts. If all goes well, we could soon see ‘The Concept’ turned into production.
Honda Electric Vehicle Concept
The Honda Sports EV Concept is a two-seater sports car and made its global debut at the 2017 Tokyo Motor Show. The Sports EV Concept is based on the dedicated EV platform as the Urban EV Concept. The Honda Sports EV Concept will go into production in 2019 before going on sale in 2020.
Mercedes-Benz EQ Concept
Mercedes-Benz EQ Concept t is the company’s vision of what its future, all-electric SUV would looks like. It comprises of a purpose-built 70kWh battery system mated to electric motors that are capable of delivering over 400PS of power, 700Nm of torque and over 600km of driving range.
The Suzuki e-Survivor is an electric vehicle (EV) and comes powered by two electric motors for the front and back wheels. The Suzuki e-Survivor SUV, as stated by the company earlier, inherits the magnetic identity of Suzuki from the Jimny (Gypsy in India) and the Vitara.
Tata 45X concept
On display in a glass showcase, the 45X concept marks the next huge leap for Tata Motors’ hatchback design. The sleek 45X has a confident stance, with many fantastic elements such as the bolder interpretation of Tata’s famed ‘humanity line’ at the front. Light-catching surfaces have been used to great effect to make this Tata concept a looker.
Maruti Suzuki Concept Future S
The Concept Future S at the Auto Expo 2018 and is completely designed by the company in India. Once launched, the Concept Future S will rival the Renault Kwid in the entry-level segment. However, the company has not given a time-frame on when it will be launched, but our sources tell us that we can see a production-ready model most likely by 2019.
The Clarity FCV is fuel cell-powered version of the 5-seat sedan, which is also available in Plug-in Hybrid and all-electric avatars. The Clarity FCV is the second generation of the hydrogen fuel cell-powered vehicles by the Japanese carmaker and was first launched in 2016.
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