Tata Avinya EV will be based on JLR’s Electrified Modular Architecture (EMA) platform
Tata Motors’ upcoming electric car, Tata Avinya EV, will be based on JLR’s Electrified Modular Architecture (EMA) platform. This platform will allow Tata Avni to communicate with other electric cars. This communication will be enabled by vehicle-to-vehicle (V2V) communication technology. That means one car will talk to another car.
What is V2V communication technology?
V2V communication is a wireless technology that allows vehicles to communicate directly with each other.
Many benefits of V2V wireless technology
This communication can be used for a variety of purposes, including:
Collision avoidance: Vehicles can communicate with each other to warn each other about potential collisions.
Traffic management: Vehicles can communicate with each other to optimize traffic flow and reduce congestion.
Collaborative Adaptive Cruise Control: Vehicles can communicate with each other to maintain a safe distance from each other and adapt to their speed.
Platoning: Vehicles can communicate with each other so that they can form close to each other, which can improve fuel efficiency and reduce emissions.
Tata Avinya will be equipped with advanced technologies
The Tata Avni EV is also expected to be equipped with other advanced technologies, such as:
Level 2+ Auto Driving: This level of autonomy allows the car to control its own steering, acceleration and braking in certain situations, such as on highways.
Over-the-air updates: This allows the car to receive software updates and new features without having to go to the dealership.
Smart Cabin: It includes features like voice control, gesture control and augmented reality heads-up display.
Tata Avinya EV expected to launch in India in 2025
Tata Avni EV is expected to be launched in India in 2025. It will be one of the most advanced electric cars in the market, and is likely to set a new benchmark for other Indian automakers.