The New Harrier First Premium SUV From Tata; Competiton To Creta?

Tata Harrier 2018

Tata Motors has been the backbone of the Indian automotive market for as long as there have been cars in India. The company is recognized to manufacture high quality, tough vehicles that can bear any punishment be it the weather or the potholes or even the competition. Great performance has always been a forehand with Tata vehicles and within the last couple of years; Tata surely seems to have uplifted its game, even further.


Tata has opened bookings for its latest SUV, the Harrier, which was showcased in the Auto Expo earlier this year. The Harrier is the first premium SUV from Tata and the company has lots of hopes from it. The concept design was appreciated by the audience in the Auto Expo, however, we suspect that the pricing might spur some minor concerns.


Tata Harrier Exterior 2018

The all-new Harrier features a completely new look, different from any other car in the Tata lineup. The new flagship SUV will also debut Tata’s new IMPACT 2.0 design language that future Tata models based on the OMEGA and the Architecture Modular Platform (AMP) will also carry. Officials from Tata said the design has been styled with keeping both the urban and off-road driving experience in mind. It will feature a new honeycomb design front grill that looks fresh and new. A smoked fender is the only detail on the rear, apart from the sweeping roofline. Also, the daytime running LEDs are completely new compared to any other car.


Tata Harrier Interior 2018

Not much information has been released from the company regarding the details about the interior and comforts of the vehicle. It is expected to consist of the new gen Touch Screen Infotainment system, similar to the one on the new Nexon. Harrier will be available in two variants- 5 seater and 7 seater variants. As per the cost of the vehicle, Harrier is expected to be more luxurious than the Hexa, which would be the key difference between the two.

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Harrier will harness a BSVI standard low emissions engine, from the completely new lineup of Kryotec 2.0 engines. It will get a 2.0 four-cylinder diesel engine, which Tata says is built on the low friction valve train architecture. The Kryotec motor is equipped with an Advanced EGR to meet stringent emission requirements and the Harrier will also get an exhaust after-treatment system. The 2.0-litre engine is also coupled with an electric variable geometry turbocharger (eVGT) and will produce 140 bhp in the five-seater harrier while will be tuned to produce 170 bhp in the seven-seater version. Both 5 and 7 seater versions will be available in manual as well as automatic transmission models.

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