- The model could be known as the Cassini when launched in India
The Tata Harrier based Buzzard 7 seater SUV has been spotted testing in India once again. This time, the test-mule reveals the design of the new LED tail-lights of the Buzzard. The model, which is likely to arrive by early 2020, could be christened as the Cassini in the Indian market.
Unlike the Tata Harrier which receives a single strip LED tail-light, the Buzzard features a dual-strip LED tail-light setup. A few other aspects that would differentiate the Buzzard from the Harrier include an extended rear overhang, redesigned rear bumper, larger rear quarter glass, stepped up roof and disc brakes on all four corners.
Feature wise, the upcoming Tata Buzzard is expected to come equipped with roof rails, AC vents for the third row, AWD and an electric sunroof. Powering the Tata Buzzard will be the 2.0-litre Kyrotec diesel engine. This motor will be capable of producing 170bhp and 350Nm of torque. Transmission options will include a six-speed manual unit and a six-speed automatic transmission.