The TataÂ Harrier is one of the most anticipated vehicles in India. The Pune-based automobile manufacturer has revealed the first set of production-spec images of the Tata Harrier. And from the images one can say that the Tata Harrier will have a strong street presence with its design being one of the strongest highlights. The Tata Harrier SUV will be manufactured on the completely new assembly line has been built in a record time of 6 months with the best manufacturing practices adopted from Jaguar Land Rover. It boasts of 90 per cent automation levels with over 100+ KUKA and ABB robots. Powering the Tata Harrier is an-allÂ new engine is called the 2.0-litre KryotecÂ and is derived from FCA's Multijet II motor seen on theÂ Jeep Compass. This four-cylinder, turbocharged motor is expected to produce around 140PS in the 5-seater variant that is set to debut first, the 7-seater Harrier will likely make 170PS.
The Tata Harrier being rolled out of the new assembly line in Pune. It boasts of 90 per cent automation levels with over 100+ KUKA and ABB robots
The exterior design of the production car will follow Tata's Impact Design 2.0 showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo. So, a slimmer front grille and lights, aggressively contoured side profiles, steeply raked roofline and large wheels.
The Tata Harrier's front might look similar to that of the Hyundai Kona, especially with the slim LEDs and the lower positioned headlights. Nonetheless, the Harrier SUV will have a striking front profile.
The projector headlights on the Tata Harrier have been placed on the bumper. Interesting.
The rear quarter profile of the Tata Harrier SUV looks as muscular as the front. Look at those wheel arches.
The ground clearance offered on the Tata Harrier should be sufficient to take on the bad roads and uneven undulations.
The side profile of the Tata Harrier does get interesting contours paired with a strong shoulder line
Now that's a distinct looking rear for a Tata Motors SUV. The tail lights smoothly blend in the bar that joins both the lights.
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