Auto Expo 2023: Tata Motors reveals the futuristic Avinya Concept


  • Tata Motors also revealed the Punch EV earlier this week
  • The Avinya Concept will reportedly make it to the market by 2025
  • Tata didn’t reveal the EVs powertrain and battery information

Amidst the flurry of announcements coming from the ongoing Auto Expo 2023, there have been a few vehicles that have grabbed our attention, with the BYD Seal being one of them. Tata Motors has been developing futuristic EVs on top of its portfolio of existing consumer electric cars. Prominent among these is the Avinya Concept, which has now been revealed at the 2023 Auto Expo.

The Avinya Concept also brings a new EV architecture known as Pure EV Gen 3. This platform will also power additional vehicles in the future, targeting mainly the crossover/SUV segment in the country, as Car&Bike points out.

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C&B notes that the new Avinya Concept features some resemblance to the Tata Harrier SUV, albeit with a lower ground clearance. Additionally, the EV is reported to have a wide range of smart connectivity features and even some autonomous functionality, though the company didn’t go into too much detail about these aspects.

The Tata Avinya Concept EV

The concept also packs a panoramic sunroof and butterfly doors, though the latter is unlikely to make it to the production version of the EV. Existing information on Tata’s Pure EV Gen 3 architecture suggests that vehicles will offer a range of up to 500 km while also supporting DC fast charging.

Tata Avinya launch date

Tata Motors hasn’t specified a launch date for the Avinya concept, though the manufacturer said it would arrive by 2025. In the meantime, the company has plenty of EVs for the Indian market, with the likes of the Tata Punch EV expected to release later this year.

Pricing information is understandably absent for this concept vehicle, though it has all the markings of a premium offering. More importantly, the Avinya Concept also showcases a departure from Tata Motors’ current design language, seen on EVs like the Nexon.

Via: Car & Bike