Tata Har­rier show­cased

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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

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