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Geneva Show to be low key for Tata Motors

Next week’s Geneva show will be a low-key affair for Tata Motors, with no new products or concept cars on display. Tata Motors has traditionally unveiled a concept car specifically for the Geneva Show but, according to company sources, the company is now facing internal criticism for rarely translating its concepts into production vehicles.

Next week's Geneva show will be a low-key affair for Tata Motors, with no new products or concept cars on display. Tata Motors has traditionally unveiled a concept car specifically for the Geneva Show but, according to company sources, the company is now facing internal criticism for rarely translating its concepts into production vehicles.

In fact, the only concept that has become a showroom reality is the Tata Xover, a crossover concept unveiled in 2005, which was launched as the Aria in 2010. Last year, Tata unveiled the Megapixel, which hinted more at the company's new design direction than a specific future product.

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