Tata Motors officially revealed the new upcoming Tata Harrier SUV in India, which is slated to be launched in the country by early next year. As a reminder, the car maker recently also rolled out the first unit from its new manufacturing unit in Pune. The car maker initially showcased the much awaited SUV in India as the H5X concept at 2018 Auto Expo earlier this year. Tata Harrier Rolls Out 1st Production Vehicle From Pune Plant: Watch Pics & Video of New Tata SUV.
Though the company has revealed the exteriors, the interior of the SUV is yet to be revealed officially. The company has now started teasing the cabin of the new Harrier ahead of the scheduled launch. Though the company hasn’t revealed the anything about the interior, there are several spy shots surfacing online for quite some time now.
Going by the new teaser, the centre console of Harrier will sport a floating dash-top touchscreen infotainment unit similar to Nexon. The SUV will carry a dual-tone grey-brown theme with conventional round dials on the instrument panel. Tata Harrier Booking Opens Today at Rs 30,000; Launch Date, Price in India, Features & Specifications.
Tata Motor’s flagship SUV will be the first model to be based on the IMPACT Design 2.0 philosophy. Under the hood, the SUV will be powered by the newly derived Kryotec 2.0L engine, which is company’s name for the Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre, 4-cylinder turbo-diesel unit. The engine is expected to generate maximum power of around 140hp. Tata Harrier SUV Likely to Make Global Debut by Early December – Report.
Luxurious interiors, endless space, finest materials. Tata Harrier, with the IMPACT 2.0 Design philosophy amplifies your style quotient, making it the new benchmark of SUVs. Stay tuned to witness the Harrier in all its glory: https://t.co/mzeMBaxd2V #BornOfPedigree pic.twitter.com/oEcOPoOO7a
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The company has already confirmed that the SUV will be initially rolled out in a 5-seater configuration. However, 7-seater version will be launched later next year. Employing monocoque chassis, the SUV is engineered on the new Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced Architecture. Derived from the Land Rover D8 architecture, the platform is also developed in collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover. When launched in the country, the Tata Harrier SUV will be launched in the country by 2019 and it will take on Nissan Kicks, Hyundai Creta and Renault Captur.