Harrier is one of most anticipated model for which the whole automobile sector is waiting to have look. Now, though we have been seeing the spy pictures of this model the real outgoing look of a big question. It is for sure, that the company is going to give a tough competition for mid-range SUV sector.
Now, putting a halt to all the speculations, Tata has showcased the production version of the model. The car looks very muscular with major bumps all over February and there are also many new design styles around the model. Tata says that this new SUV would start to roll out in January 2019.
As promised by the makers, the new SUV stands very close to its concept model H5X which was showcased in 2018 AutoExpo. Though the specifications are yet to be confirmed, the car looks very attractive with a new stylish and muscular front grill. The front face is very new and distinct from the other Tata models. Furthermore, harrier is the first outcome of the Tata’s prestigious Impact Design 2.0 Philosophy. The face has been given a lot of concentration. Consequently, there is a prominent 3- dimensional humanity line on the lower part and the tri-arrow shape on the headlight units.
The most noteworthy point is the new headlight units design. There are slits on the top and huge headlight unit with fog lamp in the same border. As a result, the front face looks way muscular and way bigger.
At the back, there are very stylish tail lights which are joined with the blackened link. The bumper stands high, there is a very muscular body tone which promises more than what is expected from the Harrier.
On one hand, the interiors and the engine options are yet to be announced. It is known that harrier would be equipped with a 2.0L diesel engine and a 6-speed manual gear train. As per the Tata motors internal communication, the model can be priced around 16-21 lakhs (Ex-Showroom). Auto experts say that if the speculations come true then it seems that the new winner is on its way.
The bookings are already open and the car can be delivered by the end of January.