Tata Gravitas spotted testing with no sunroof: Details here

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Tata Gravitas spotted testing with no sunroof: Details here
Tata Gravitas spotted testing with no sunroof: Details here

29 Oct 2020: Tata Gravitas spotted testing with no sunroof: Details here

Tata Motors is working to introduce the Gravitas SUV in India in 2021. In the latest development, a spy shot has emerged while the automatic variant of the car was being tested in Mahabaleshwar, revealing its details.

It will be a Harrier-based 7-seater SUV with an electronic parking brake, 18-inch wheels, and no panoramic sunroof.

Here are more details.

Exteriors: Tata Gravitas: At a glance

Tata Gravitas is expected to offer a cascading grille with a honeycomb mesh, a large roof-mounted spoiler, a massive rear windscreen, and a beefier rear bumper. For lighting, it will house projector headlamps and LED taillights.

On the sides, the SUV will be flanked by roof rails, body-colored ORVMs, blacked-out B-pillars, square-shaped wheel arches, and 18-inch dual-tone wheels with Bridgestone tires.

Fact: Power and performance

Under the hood, the Tata Gravitas will be powered by a BS6-compliant Fiat-sourced 2.0-liter, four-cylinder diesel engine, which is tuned to make 168hp of power and 350Nm of torque. It will be mated to a 6-speed manual and an optional 6-speed automatic torque converter gearbox.

Interiors: Inside the cabin

As per the spy images, the Tata Gravitas will sport a spacious 6/7-seater cabin with a premium ivory upholstery, dual-tone dashboard, three-spoke steering wheel, a conventional sunroof, and automatic climate control.

The SUV will get a 7-inch instrument panel, an 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with support for Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, and voice recognition, and an electronic parking brake with auto-hold function.

Fact: Pricing and availability

Official pricing and launch details of the Tata Gravitas have not been revealed yet. However, it is expected to be launched by early-2021 in India with a price-tag of around Rs. 15 lakh. Once launched, it will play rival to the MG Hector Plus.

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