Tata Motors Coming to Geneva with Storme and Manza Hybrid

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Along with exotics, hypercars and cutting-edge concepts, Geneva will have a smattering of less eye-catching vehicles on show.

The successor to the Safari DICOR dubbed the Storme and the Manza hybrid, powered by diesel and electricity, will make their European debut at Geneva next month. Having premiered at the Delhi Auto Expo this is the first time the cars will come under European scrutiny, along with an evolved version of the small city car the Tata Pixel, the concept version of which was presented at last year's event. We should have more details and pictures once the Motor Show kicks off in March.

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