Tata Harrier showcased
TATA MOTORS has officially revealed the production-spec Harrier SUV which has been rolled out of its production line at the company’s Chakan plant near Pune. Slated to be launched in India in early 2019, possibly in January, the allnew Tata Harrier is based on the company’s new OMEGARC platform and will compete with the likes of the Jeep Compass and Hyundai Tucson. The new Harrier is the first product to be built on the new Impact Design 2.0 philosophy, and visually, it is pretty much similar to the con- cept showcased at the Auto Expo earlier this year. It features a single motion grille flanked by LED DRLs, trapezoidal projector headlamps and round foglamps placed below in an arrowhead-shaped housing. The bumper looks quite beefy with the black cladding while the large mesh grille gets an air dam and silver skid plate. The wheel arches and side body also gets black claddings. The new Harrier has been produced on an all-new assembly line which has been built in a record time of 6 months.
Guenter Butschek, CEO, Tata Motors, at the roll out of the first Harrier from new production line