Specs of the upcoming Tata Harrier has been revealed. The car will be powered by a 138bhp 2.0-litre four-cylinder Kryotec diesel engine. The transmission duties will be done by a six-speed manual gearbox.
A new top-sped variant will be added to the Tiago line-up. Now first image of that variant, called Tata Tiago XZ+, has surfaced online. The new variant will be launched in the all new Enta Orange paint scheme which made its debut in the Nexon SUV.
Tata Motors has released a teaser image of the highly anticipated Tata Harrier dashboard. The teaser does not reveal much, but it does give away the basic design of the dash, which seems similar to the Harrier concept.
After various spy pictures teased the car, Tata Motors have taken the wraps off of the Harrier SUV but wait The car has not been fully unveiled yet. The company has just released a few images of the car which gives us a glimpse into its exterior and design features.
The Tata Harrier SUV is most likely to be introduced in January next year. Unveiling of the Harrier will take place a month prior to that in December 2018. Advance booking for the car has already started across the country and deliveries for the same will begin by the second half of January 2019.
The Tata Tiago JTP and Tigor JTP has been launched by Tata Motors at Rs.6.39 and Rs.7.49 lakhs respectively.
Tata has launched the Tata Tigor facelift in India starting at Rs.5.20 lakhs for the petrol version and Rs.7.38 lakhs for the diesel version. Design wise, the car has received several changes.
A new variant of the Hexa has been launched by Tata. Called Tata Hexa XM+, the Hexa has been priced at Rs.15.27 lakhs. The XM+ would sit below the XT. The XM+ comes with new 16-inch alloy wheels, climate control.
Two special Nexon variants have been launched by Tata in order to celebrate the car’s one year anniversary. The new variants are called Kraz and Kraz+ and their prices start from Rs.7.16 lakhs for the petrol variants and Rs.8.09 lakhs for the diesel versions. The cars receive minor cosmetic changes as well as some additional features to distinguish them from the standard variants.
Tiago JTP, the performance version of the popular hatch Tiago, has been seen testing. The Tiago JTP has been developed by Tata Motors in partnership with Jayem Auto of Coimbatore. The Tiago JTP will be powered by Tata Nexon’s 1.2-liter three-cylinder turbo-petrol engine with modified intake and exhaust.