Tata Motors showcases Safari Storme Mountain Rescue SUV and Concept S hatchback at Geneva 2013

      

Tata Motors showcased two concepts at the 2013 Geneva Motor Show in the form of the Safari Storme Mountain Rescue SUV and the Concept S high performance hatchback. Both the concepts are based on current products in Tata Motors’ range, in this case, the Safari Storme SUV and the Indica Vista hatchback. Essentially, both the concepts are restyled versions of current Tata cars. Apart from the various cosmetic changes these concepts get to perk up their looks, the stuff under the skin remains unchanged. Tata Motors has chosen to go low key at this year’s Geneva Motor Show and these concepts are proof of that approach.

Tata Safari Storme Mountain Rescue SUV Concept 1 Tata Motors showcases Safari Storme Mountain Rescue SUV and Concept S hatchback at Geneva 2013

Tata Safari Storme Mountain Rescue SUV Concept Front

The Tata Safari Storme Mountain Rescue SUV features,

* A new front bumper

* A front bull bar

* All terrain tyres

* A custom paint job screaming out the Safari Storme’s rescue vehicle credentials

* Roof mounted luggage rack

* Roof mounted auxiliary lamps

* Snorkel

Under the hood, the Safari Storme retains the 2.2 Liter VariCor turbo diesel engine that outputs 140 Bhp-320 Nm and the transmission is a 5 speed manual gearbox. The other concept showcased by Tata Motors at Geneva is the Vista Concept S hatchback. The car features a 1.3 Liter Fiat Multijet turbo diesel engine equipped with a variable geometry turbocharger. The engine outputs a peak power of 93 Bhp while peak torque is rated at 200 Nm. The engine is mated to a five speed manual gearbox. The Concept S also comes with stiffened suspension to go with its sporty appearance.

Coming to the cosmetics of the Tata Concept S, the car features,

* New headlamps

* LED day time running lamps on the front bumper

* Redesigned front bumper

* Restyled front grille

* New rear bumper

* Roof spoiler

* 8 spoke alloy wheels

* New side skirts

* Leather seats

* Steering wheel with smaller diameter

* Sporty gear knob

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