Tata has been into research and development for a long time, and its advanced and reliable vehicle lineup reflects the stronghold on technology. While other companies are coming with ith new vehicles, Tata has also few new on the line to being launched. Let’s talk about a few.
This 3-row SUV has been into the talks for a long time and was also displayed in the Auto Expo 2020. With rivals like Hyundai Creta and the new MG Hector Plus, it looks like the Tata SUV will have a hard time gaining popularity. It will feature the same, 2.0-liter diesel engine like its 5-seater sibling Harrier.
When it was unveiled in the Auto Expo 2020, it won hearts instantaneously, with its aggressive looks and aftermarket custom look. It will be introduced in FY21 as a good-looking alternative to the likes of the KUV100 and others. It was hinted to fit a 1.2L petrol engine which is currently founded in Tiago, Tigor, etc. This micro SUV shared its appearance with Harrier. It will also be Tata Motors’ second vehicle on the ALFA platform after the Altroz.
In terms of styling, expect this all-new Tata, penned by Mr. Bose and his team, to glow with the same visual brilliance which is beamed by the new Nexon, the Harrier, and the upcoming HBX micro SUV. This crossover will sit in between the offered Harrier and Nexon. It will be available with a 1.5-liter turbo diesel and 1.2-liter turbo petrol engine options.
Tata Altroz EV-
With Tata Tigor EV facelift being spotted from time to time, it may be the best opportunity for the Indian auto manufacturer, Tata to stronger its electric vehicle lineup with the Altroz EV that was hinted not a long time ago. It will be targeting a full-charge range of between 250 – 300 kilometers. If the maker manages to achieve that and makes the battery fast-charging capable, the Altroz EV could build a strong case for itself as an efficient, non-polluting, and well-priced city car.
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