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Tata unveiled first Beast ‘TaMo RaceMo sports coupe’ – read full details

Cars are the most amazing vehicles for humans. They are known for its candid and dazzling looks. Each car has its own logo that signifies history. Driving a car gives us complete freedom and dominance. They respond to slightest of our touch and the drivers can already feel that they are in heaven once they step inside the car.

Indians always have a soft corner for brand new luxurious supercars. Recetly, Tata Motors unveiled its most ambitious RaceMo sports coupe on the first day of the 87th Geneva International Motor Show in Switzerland. The price of this super car is Rs.25 lakhs, which is comparatively very low. In fact, it is lower than a simple BMW car.

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RaceMo Sportscar is bound to lure the car lovers in India which is expected to hit in a couple of weeks. RaceMo is certain to live up to people’s expectations. It is manufactured and designed in such a way that it will be a good balance between high performance and feasibility. It has all ingredients to satisfy people at the best scene. People in Switzerland and Italy have already gone crazy about this car.

The Sportscar comes up with a power of 190 PS and a maximum torque of 210 Nm effectively powered by 1.2L Revotron Turbocharged, Intercooled Gasoline Engine. The car can throttle from 0-100 kmph in just under 6 seconds. This goes to show that this car is far different from the earlier Tata models.

The concept was formulated three years ago, RaceMo is amongst the fastest project framed at Tata Motors. The car is designed on a ultra-modern Moflex chassis construct by the ever so famous designer Marcelo Gandini. He used multi-material sandwich structure technology – that offers freedom in surface design, effective and efficient large-scale part amalgamation.

RaceMo is India’s first connected car that chips in with essential features such as advanced navigation, remote monitoring, predictive maintenance and over-the-air updates using Microsoft cloud-based technologies as well as advanced analytics, internet of thing (IoT) and machine learning backed by Microsoft Azure.

Written by Chaithanya G

Hailing from Chennai, Chaithanya G is the Managing Director of TheYouth. He has dedicated his whole life to reading and writing.

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