TAMO’s sports coupe Racemo: Now, India has its own supercar

By: | Updated: March 10, 2017 2:12 AM

TAMO is Tata Motors’ new sub-brand—the company says it’s “an incubating centre of innovation working towards new technologies, business models and partnerships in order to define future mobility solutions.

 

The Racemo—a two-seater sports coupe developed by TAMO and displayed at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show—is India’s first globally developed ‘phygital’ car.

Auto analysts are already calling it a hot cake. The Racemo—a two-seater sports coupe developed by TAMO and displayed at the 87th Geneva International Motor Show—is India’s first globally developed ‘phygital’ car, merging the physical and digital worlds. TAMO is Tata Motors’ new sub-brand—the company says it’s “an incubating centre of innovation working towards new technologies, business models and partnerships in order to define future mobility solutions.

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The Racemo is also India’s first connected car. It will have features such as advanced navigation, predictive maintenance, remote monitoring and over-the-air updates using Microsoft cloud-based technologies including analytics, Internet of Things (IoT) and machine learning powered by Microsoft Azure.
To be launched in India in early 2018, the car has a sub-four metre length (3,835mm) and a rear-mounted mid-engine layout. It is powered by a 1.2-litre turbocharged Revotron petrol aluminium engine that develops an output of 187bhp and 210Nm of torque, taking the car from 0-100kph in under 6 seconds. The expected price is about Rs 25 lakh.

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