Tata Motors is on a run to increase its presence in the industry by launching new cars or showing concept cars which will make their release soon in the market. After launching new Nexon EV Max recently and launching two concept cars – Curvv, Avinya and Sierra last month its clear that Tata Motors is leaving no doors unopened.
As per their plans to unveil as many as 10 new EVs by 2026, its clear that the green revolution in the motor industry is happening in next few years. So, recently it has been reported that Tata Motor’s passenger vehicle division has trademarked four new names – Styzor, Bovita, Auroar and Xiomara for their upcoming cars.
As we know Tata Motors has a three-platform EV strategy as reported by Autocar India, they will try to cover all the aspects by 2030 with new launches. So, all of these four names Styzor, Bovita, Auroar, and Xiomara could be associated with Gen 2 EV architecture from the Curvv concept or even adopt to the new Gen 3 skateboard platform from the Avinya concept.
While Tata Motors is becoming India’s Tesla by launching cars like Nexon EV Max that promises a range of up to 437km, or showing us these fascinating concept cars which will be launching by 2025, it plans to dominate in the rising EV market of India.
Source: Autocar India