Tata has been turning heads at the Geneva Motor Show for 20 years now. And to celebrate this milestone, the Indian carmaker unveiled a brand new electric concept sedan, the EVision. Based on the new OMEGA architecture of the Tata H5X SUV, the EVision is the first sedan to come out of the Impact Design 2.0 family. The platform here accommodates two electric motors and a battery pack which is placed on the floor of the car. This opens up more space in the cabin as well as improves the dynamics of the car by keeping the centre of gravity low down. The only technical information available about the car is that the concept features two motors, one on each axle which will make this sedan an AWD. Another good news is that it will feature both slow AC charging and fast DC charging, with a range of 350-420km on a single charge. Performance enthusiast will be glad to know that the EVision will have a top speed of 200kmph and will reach triple digits sub-7 seconds. That's not only quick for a sedan of this size, but quick, period. Also, the car will pack in a lot of tech like predictive energy management systems, which will focus on giving you the best range possible and connected technologies such as cloud computing, analytics, geospatial mapping, and increased human-machine interface. Though it is just a design study at this point, it may one day come to light as an electric rival to the Hyundai Elantra and the Skoda Octavia.