As part of the UK Autodrive project, TMETC successfully completed test trials of latest mobility technologies on the new generation SUV, the Tata Hexa, revealing its commitment to shaping the future of mobility.
The company chose its model HEXA as it lends spacious interior and provides ample room to accommodate the necessary driving hardware, visitors and engineers in comfort.
The UK Autodrive project was co-funded by Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, which brought together 15 partners including OEMs, cutting edge engineering businesses, academia and progressive councils to explore the impact of ACES (Autonomous, Connected, Electric and Shared) technology, in a safe and controlled setting. The three-year project into the trials of connected and autonomous vehicle technology has now drawn to a close.
Tata Motors European Technical Centre (TMETC) is a subsidiary of Tata Motors, created as a UK-based centre of excellence for automotive design and engineering located at the University of Warwick. TMETC provides research and development principally for Tata Motors. The centre plans to focus its learning and future developments on controlled road environments.