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Tata Nano EV Electric Vehicle on display at Geneva Auto Show




Tata Motors shows its Nano Electric Vehicle to European audience at the Geneva Auto Show. ... "It will seat four individuals comfortably in its spacious interiors, which the Tata Nano is known for. It will have a predicted range of up to 160 km and an acceleration of 0-60 kmph in under 10 seconds. Tata Motors continues its innovative approach with the Tata Nano EV, using super polymer lithium ion batteries, as in the Tata Indica Vista EV, which provide superior energy density to conventional batteries. " Via Tata Motors: http://bit.ly/cYGevy



Tata electric vehicle strategy: "Miljø will produce electric vehicles based on Tata Motors’ products, besides manufacturing of state-of-the-art super polymer lithium ion batteries and the development of related technologies. Tata Motors believes that this investment in Miljo will help the company realise its strategy to develop convenient, affordable and sustainable mobility solutions through electric and hybrid vehicles. " http://bit.ly/cSAUIO

Tata Motors presence at 2009 Geneva Auto Show: "The company has also displayed the Tata Prima, a concept luxury sedan, and the Tata Indica Vista EV, an electric vehicle based on the award-winning new generation Tata Indica Vista." http://bit.ly/c6PbHZ

Tata Motors Europe Connection: "Tata Motors’ electric vehicles will be produced in association with Miljo Grenland AS, Norway. Tata Motors’ UK subsidiary, Tata Motors European Technical Centre plc, has a 72% stake in Miljo. The vehicle is currently undergoing extensive trials in Europe" http://bit.ly/cApHnK

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