Tata is vigorously working over its new models and one of them is the buzzard and buzzard sport. The concept models have been showcased at Geneva Motor Show. The H7X code model is being shown as a full-size SUV and sports model. While the names are only limited to the Geneva show.
“The company has honored its commitment made last year with the launch of five new cars – Altroz, Altroz EV, Buzzard Geneva Edition, Buzzard Sports Geneva Edition, and H2X Concept, which was the showstopper of the event” Mr. Guenter Butschek, CEO & MD Tata Motors Ltd said. All five cars have world-class design and technology and they highlight the global aspirations of Tata Motors.
However, the Geneva edition of Buzzard sport is recently launched into the Indian market with the name “Harrier”. This model is running quiet successfully and is crossing many models in sales.
Tata has come up with an update in order to add another model in its fleet. The company is getting ready to launch its Buzzard SUV Geneva edition in the Indian Market. The firm has inaugurated the market model of the buzzard. On the other hand, though it is being called Buzzard, for now, Tata confirms that there will a new name in the Indian Terrain.
|Tata Buzzard||Tata Harrier|
Design & Specifications
The biggest difference between both the models is the 3rd row. The car would be a 7 seater model with a 3-row configuration.
From the front, both the harrier and buzzard share the same fascia with the same LED DRLs and projector headlight units below them. It is on the side and rear where the uniqueness gets prevailed.
The 7 seater model comes with high running roofline with a straight looking boot door. The back is much more bold with the same stylish tail lights with small tweaks to have a heavier look.
Though the car looks similar in size, it is not in reality. The buzzard is 63 mm longer making 4661mm of length and 80mm higher making 1786mm high. Whereas the width and wheelbase stand the same. eventually, this car will be the tallest vehicle when compared to XUV 500, Harrier and MG Hector.
Also, the addition of 19-inch wheels will make it look much higher. There is doubt from the launch pictures that the boot space will lessen as the dimensions of both Harrier and Buzzard are more or less the same.
Furthermore, the new SUV will land in India by this end of the year 2019, the model will be getting all the facilities which are being proposed for mid-life the update of Harrier. The sunroof, 6-speed automatic gear train along with manual option and the option of petrol will be present from the time launch of the vehicle. However, The present 2.0L diesel engine from Harrier will be the standard one that generates 350Nm torque and 170PS power.
Probably, the other details regarding the interiors, engine, specifications, and price ranges are yet to announced but can be the same as that of the Harrier to a major extent.