3 New Tata Cars Launching Later This Year: Details

One of the country’s top automakers Tata Motors is gearing up to unveil three exciting new cars later this year. With a focus on facelifts and fresh models, Tata is set to make a new and lasting impression in the Indian automotive market. From the revamped Nexon to the bold Harrier and the adventurous Safari, each vehicle promises innovation, style, and enhanced performance. As anticipation builds, car enthusiasts can look forward to these new and updated models which according to many reports and spy shots will be next level. So without any further ado let’s dive into the details of these upcoming releases.

Tata Nexon Facelift

3 New Tata Cars Launching Later This Year: Details

The Tata Nexon, which is one of the most popular subcompact SUVs in the market and the one that has taken the Indian market by storm, is all set to undergo a transformative facelift. Building on the success of its predecessor, the Nexon Facelift promises to bring a fresh wave of style and technology. The spy shots and renderings that have recently surfaced provide a tantalizing glimpse of what’s to come. The most striking change lies in the front fascia, where a split LED headlight design is set to steal the show. The LED daytime running lights (DRLs) take center stage, replacing the conventional headlights. The front bumper’s complete redesign, adorned with the iconic tri-arrow elements, adds a touch of aggressiveness to the SUV’s demeanor.

Inside, the Nexon Facelift is expected to introduce a revamped cabin that redefines comfort and convenience. With a larger 10.25-inch touchscreen infotainment system similar to the Harrier and Safari, the SUV is poised to offer an elevated driving experience. Enthusiasts can also look forward to a new TFT instrument console and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) in the top-tier variants. Under the hood, a dual-clutch automatic transmission-equipped version is in the works, coupled with a new 1.2-liter three-cylinder turbocharged petrol engine generating an impressive 125 bhp and 225 Nm of torque.

Tata Harrier Facelift

3 New Tata Cars Launching Later This Year: Details

The Tata Harrier, one of the most popular mid-size SUVs in terms of design and power, is gearing up for a head-turning facelift. This mid-size SUV has won the hearts of many since its debut, and the forthcoming Harrier Facelift is ready to take its allure to new heights. The exterior redesign will prominently feature an aggressive and bold front fascia, a departure from the previous bulbous design. With sharper lines, a sleeker top grille, and vertically stacked headlights, the Harrier Facelift will exude a sense of confidence and dynamism. The redesigned bumper and silver skid plate will further enhance the SUV’s commanding presence.

While the side and rear profiles maintain their familiarity, the interior of the Harrier Facelift is anticipated to receive a makeover. A new touchscreen infotainment system and updated instrument cluster will promise a modern and user-friendly interface. Recent spy shots reveal a multifunction steering wheel and a faux wooden panel on the dashboard, adding a touch of sophistication. Powering the updated Harrier could be the newly unveiled 1.5-liter TGDi petrol engine generating 170 horsepower and 280 Nm of torque, offering both performance and efficiency.

Tata Safari Facelift

3 New Tata Cars Launching Later This Year: Details

The Tata Safari, which is the flagship SUV synonymous with adventure and exploration, is also set to embark on a new journey with its facelift. With an array of spy shots and renderings to fuel anticipation, the 2023 Safari promises a refreshed look that captures the spirit of its predecessor while embracing modern design cues. The most notable change will lie in the front fascia, where the SUV showcases a more squared appearance with vertically stacked headlights. The illuminated Tata logo spanning across the front is a radical design choice that adds a futuristic touch.

Inside the 2023 Safari, enthusiasts can expect an updated dashboard design and an upgraded infotainment system. The inclusion of a new sensor for the ADAS system hints at improved safety features. Under the hood, the facelifted Safari could house a new 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol engine generating 168 bhp and 280 Nm of torque. Alongside this, the tried-and-true 2.0-liter Kyrotec diesel engine with 170 PS and 350 Nm of torque, paired with manual and automatic gearbox options, is expected to continue its journey in the updated Safari.

Utkarsh Deshmukh

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