India’s Tata Motors has partnered with the France-based Dassualt Systems for developing its upcoming eMO (“electric mobility”) electric vehicle. The two companies have set the goal of selling a vehicle with a 100-mile single-charge range for less than $20,000.
Both the companies are reportedly working on a design and other best means to keep the cost under control.
Not many details are out yet. When will we see a production model of the concept? How much is Tata’s contribution in case of investment? Such questions are yet to be answered.
However, we have managed to find out out that the vehicle will have an 18.4 kilowatt-hour battery which will provide as many as 100 miles on a single charge. There would be “suicide” rear doors and no B-pillar.