- To be powered by a 2.0-litre Kryotec inline-four diesel engine that generates 138bhp/350Nm
- Sporty exterior styling elements and dual tone colour
- Premium leather wrapped upholstery, satin chrome pack and oak wood finish dashboard
Ahead of its official launch in early 2019, Tata Motors has released more details on the exterior and the interior of the Harrier SUV. The vehicle was first seen as the H5X concept at the 2018 Auto Expo. The Harrier is the first model to feature the Impact Design 2.0 language. The vehicle is based on the new-generation Arc (Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced Architecture), derived from Land Rover’s D8 architecture.
Speaking of exterior highlights, the upcoming Tata Harrier features a floating roof design with bold chrome finishers and Harrier branding. The front gets Xenon HID projector headlamps, dual tone front bumper with satin silver chin guard, dual function LED DRLs with turn indicators and contemporary SUV design proportions. The vehicle gets an aggressive stance with flared wheel arches, protective side cladding and large five-spoke alloy wheels wrapped in 235/65 R17 wide tyres. The outer mirror with logo projection completes the style element.
As for the interior, the vehicle gets signature Oak brown interior, premium oak wood finish dashboard, premium oak brown perforated leather seat upholstery and door pad inserts. The vehicle further gets a soft-touch dashboard with anti-reflective ‘Nappa’ grain top layer, leather-wrapped steering and gear shift knob. Tata Motors has offered the unique Aero-throttle styled Piano black parking brake to offer a unique driving experience. It also gets the satin chrome pack for the AC vents, console liners, instrument panel finisher, door pad inserts and the inner door handles.
Under the hood, the Harrier will be powered by a 2.0-litre Kryotec inline-four diesel engine mated to a six-speed manual to generate 138bhp of power and 350Nm of torque. The vehicle gets multiple drive modes such as Eco, City and Sport along with the ESP Terrain Response modes (normal, rough and wet) for taking on difficult terrains.