The Indian company Tata unveiled at the March 2017 Geneva Motor Show in mid-engined sportcar Racemo concept. It is expected that the production version of the prototype will be produced under the sub-brand Tamo.
Novelty aggressive futuristic design, developed by the Italian Marcello Gandini, who at one time had a hand in the creation of masterpieces such as the Lamborghini Diablo and Countach.
Inside, a prototype three-pillar mounted digital instrument panel, created in cooperation with Microsoft. Also, the concept was racing wheel on the hub and spokes which are janitors buttons, direction indicators, the engine is started, high beam and horn.
Dimensions Tamo Racemo Concept up 3835, 1810 and 1208 mm in length, width and height respectively. Wheelbase model is 2430 millimeters. Front and rear of the prototype installed suspension double wishbone.
Tamo Racemo is equipped with a 1.2-liter three-cylinder turbo engine, which, working in conjunction with the six-speed robot produces 190 hp and 210 Nm. This filling allows the Indian sports car to accelerate from zero to a hundred in about 6.0 seconds.
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Information on the timing of the emergence of serial version Tamo Rakemo yet, but Tata management expects to produce 250 copies of the mid-engine sports car every year, each of which will cost about 2.5 million rupees.