Tata Motors, at the Auto Expo, is set to update its entire line-up to BSVI. The newest addition will be the launch of the Tata Harrier Automatic BSVI. The company recently unveiled the BSVI variants of the Tata Nexon, Tata Tiago and the Tigor and launched the Tata Altroz. This time around, Tata will showcase the Altroz EV for the Indian market which will be the first electric premium hatchback in India.
The car is based on the ALFA platform like the Altroz. The grille looks similar to the Nexon facelift and sports sleek headlamps. The car has a boxy design, giving the HBX a butch feel. The car was seen with the attention-grabbing knobby wheels, but we have our doubts of those wheels to be carried over for production.
Tata Motors showcased the Sierra concept at the Auto Expo today. The concept is an electric SUV and takes its design cues, especially the rear windows and the boxy design from Tata Sierra - one of India's pioneering SUVs in its time. A big change is that the concept has three doors compared to the Sierra that only had two doors.
Tata Motors just launched the Harrier automatic at the Auto Expo. The prices for the automatic start at Rs 16.25 lakh for the base XMA trim and goes up to Rs 20.25 lakh for the XZA+ DARK edition. The base XE 6-speed manual variant is priced at Rs 13.69 lakh ex-showroom and goes up to Rs 18.95 lakh for the top-end XZ+ DARK variant.
The Gravitas is a 7-seater version of the Harrier, with a new third row and an extended rear section.
Tata Sierra - one of India's pioneering SUVs set to return as an EV.
The Tata Sierra is back!
But as the Sierra Reborn concept. An EV based on ALFA Arc but carrying forward many of the design cues of the original Tata Sierra.
The HBX previews a new class of SUVs which carry strong off-road cues in a compact package.
The Prima trucks get a 6.7-litre BSVI 6-cylinder Cummins diesel engine, the largest selling engine in the world.
Tata Motors is also focussing on EVs for its CV range. The full range of BSVI Tata Motors vehicles has been unveiled. The new #Winger is one such offering that takes design cues from the Impact 2.0 design philosophy.
Tata Motors is presenting its full range of BSVI vehicles, safety tech and connected tech at Auto Expo 2020.
Tata Motors has presented the Tata Nexon EV again at the Auto Expo 2020.
The theme for Tata Motors is responsible, safe and connected mobility across categories.
Tata Motors will showcase the H2X Concept, the Hornbill, at the Auto Expo today.