One of India’s leading vehicle manufacturers, Tata Motors, has recently electrified the market with electric versions of Nexon, Safari, and Harrier, among other compact SUVs. Now, they’re prepping to launch the Tata Sumo in its electrifying new avatar! Pictures of the Tata Sumo Electric Render are buzzing all over social media.
🚀 Sleek Design of the Tata Sumo EV Render 🚀
💡 The upcoming Tata Sumo EV Render, possibly resembling the Avinya in looks, promises a three-row seating configuration with a stunning design. It’s expected to be more premium than its ICE counterpart, featuring all-LED lighting with Daytime Running Lights (DRL) and a crossover look. The front boasts a black grill and chrome logo, while sporty taillights may grace the back.
🌐 Features to Watch Out For 🌐
📱 Media reports suggest that the Sumo EV Render might include features found in the Tata Harrier and Tata Safari Facelift, like dust protection, enhanced safety, and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS). Expect a touchscreen infotainment system supporting Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, a central console, and a digital instrument cluster.
🛣️ Impressive Mileage 🛣️
🔌 Reports hint that the Sumo EV Render may use the Harrier’s electric powertrain, featuring dual electric motors and a powerful battery. Fully charged, it could deliver a mileage of approximately 400-500 kilometers. Performance-wise, it’s anticipated to surpass its ICE model.
🏢 Interior and Pricing 🏢
🪑 Inside, the Sumo EV Render might offer a comfortable cabin with a 360-degree movable driver’s seat and a modern dashboard design. Although Tata Motors hasn’t officially disclosed the price, it’s speculated to be around INR 20 lakhs ex-showroom post-launch.
👑 Tata Sumo’s 25-Year Reign 👑
💡 Remember, Tata Sumo has reigned in India for about 25 years since its launch in 1994. Known for its robust body, off-roading capabilities, and low maintenance costs, it became so popular that over 100,000 units were sold within three years. Named after former managing director Sumant Moolgaonkar, its production ceased in 2019 due to declining demand.