New Tata Sierra: Launch timeline and fresh details revealed

2025 tata sierra suv sketch

Exciting revelations are surfacing about the eagerly awaited Tata Sierra SUV, as patent images of the production-spec model have been leaked, offering a sneak peek into its final design. The Sierra, confirmed to make a comeback in 2025, is generating significant buzz, particularly as it will be available in both electric and internal combustion powertrain options.

New Tata Sierra: Launch timeline and fresh details revealed

The leaked patent images affirm that the upcoming Tata Sierra’s aesthetics closely align with the captivating concept showcased at Auto Expo 2023. Retaining its distinctive upright stance, the SUV exhibits refined detailing, with additional cuts and creases defining the front bumper, faux skid plate, and wide grille. The headlamp setup appears split, featuring main headlamps positioned just above the grille. A notable Tata design element, the wide LED lightbar, graces the top of the nose, complemented by the iconic Tata logo positioned between the light bar and grille. The flat bonnet seamlessly integrates with the light bar, adorned with two vertical creases at each end.

On the sides, the Sierra maintains its robust presence with rectangular wheel arches and subtle contrast body cladding. Notable enhancements in the production-spec model include increased body cladding on doors and running boards, seamlessly merging with cladding on wheel arches. Unique creases on both doors connecting the wheels and a strong shoulder line from the rear door merging with the tail-lamps add to the SUV’s dynamic profile.

New Tata Sierra: Launch timeline and fresh details revealed

While the patent images offer a comprehensive view of the Sierra’s exterior, details about the rear styling remain concealed. However, expectations are high that the rear design will align with the concept, incorporating realistic touches on the rear bumper, tail-lamp area, and other key features.

While specific details about the powertrain options are not yet disclosed, the Sierra is confirmed to include an electric vehicle (EV) variant. Following Tata Motors’ strategic approach witnessed with the Curvv, the Sierra is likely to debut as an EV before introducing its internal combustion engine (ICE) version. The petrol powered Sierra is likely to use the 1.6 liter-4 cylinder turbocharged petrol motor that Tata Motors is developing for the Harrier and Safari.

As Tata Motors gears up for the launches of Punch EV, Harrier EV, and Curvv, enthusiasts can anticipate more detailed insights into the new Sierra as its market launch approaches in 2025. The Tata Sierra, with its compelling design and diverse powertrain options, is poised to make a significant impact on the Indian automotive landscape, redefining the SUV experience for discerning consumers.