Tata Motors has come out of age and all their new-generation products look mighty impressive. Tata currently offers one of the newest models in the market with all their product line-up being recently updated. The brand, which has been operating in India for a long time now has a rich heritage and offered iconic vehicles like Safari, Sierra, Sumo and more. However, over the years these vehicles have been discontinued in the market. Earlier this year, Tata showcased the Sierra concept at the 2020 Auto Expo. Tata may not have any plans to bring back the Sierra to the production line in the foreseeable future but there it sure did attract a lot of people at the Auto Expo. Well, what if Tata plans to bring back the iconic Tata Sumo in the future? This artistic rendering image indicates what the MUV will look like in the future.
This rendering image has been made by our talented in-house digital artist Vipin Vithoopan. The rendering is based purely on imagination but it incorporates Tata’s future design language, which was seen on many concept vehicles by the brand. The body of the upcoming Sumo rendering is inspired by the Defender 110 and it looks extremely good. While the production version of the Sumo may not look as good, we might as well see a concept that can look like this.
This Tata Sumo rendering gets a bulky front-end with a Range Rover inspired grille and multiple LED lamps in the housing. There is a sleek LED DRLs on the top. It retains the boxy, straight-line design that it has always been known for in the market.
Tata Sumo was a rugged MPV that remained in production for close to three decades in India. It offered minimal features and was primarily used in the Tier-II, Tier-III and hilly areas of the country. The Sumo MPVs were built to last for years and there are still many of them doing active service every day. Due to their ruggedness, the Tata Sumo MPVs are quite common in the North-Eastern regions of the country.
Tata is working on a range of all-new cars that will be launched in the Indian market in the coming times. The manufacturer has already launched the all-new Altroz and the facelifted versions of the Nexon and the Harrier. Tata will now launch the all-new Gravitas, which will be the seven-seater version of the Harrier. Later this year, the brand will bring in the production version of the H2X Concept, which will take on the likes of Renault Kwid and Maruti Suzuki S-Presso. There are no plans by the manufacturer to launch the Sumo or the Sierra anytime soon. However, whenever they are resurrected in the Indian market, they are expected to get a lot of attention.