Tata’s chief designer Pratap Bose gives you a quick take on the Harrier BS6 Automatic SUV

This year at the Auto expo, most of the audience were looking forward to check out the Tata Motors pavilion because of the variety of models they had on display. This year they showcased Sierra Concept, HBX Concept, Tata Hexa Safari Edition, Altroz, Altroz EV, Nexon, Nexon EV, Gravitas and Harrier along with other commercial vehicles. One of the waited models from Tata Motors at the expo was the updated BS6 Tata Harrier SUV. With BS6 engine, Harrier got many other updates and here we have a video from Pratap Bose, Vice President, Global Design Tata Motors taking us through all the changes that are made to the Harrier.

The video starts from the inside of the car, where he speaks about the first visible update or change made to the Harrier. The Harrier 2020 or BS6 version now gets an automatic transmission. It is a 6-speed torque converter unit. The layout of the interiors remain more or less the same but has got minute cosmetic changes like brushed aluminium inserts at places.

Tata Harrier 2020 version also gets a huge panoramic sunroof which was missing earlier. The Harrier also gets auto dimming IRVMs and electrically 6 way adjustable driver seat. On the outside, it gets a brand new shade of red with blacked out roof which makes it look more premium and sporty. The outside rear view mirrors have also been tweaked and the 18 inch alloy wheels with new diamond cut alloy wheels look sporty and add up to the SUV stance of the Harrier.

Tata’s chief designer Pratap Bose gives you a quick take on the Harrier BS6 Automatic SUV

With Harrier’s engine becoming compliant to the upcoming BS6 emission norms,  it now produces more power than before. The BS4 version of the Harrier used to produce 140 PS of power whereas the new BS6 version produces 170 PS which is a good 30 PS more than the earlier version. Apart from these changes, Harrier does not get any other updates. It still gets the same 2.0 litre turbocharged diesel engine which we have seen in Compass, It gets the touchscreen infotainment system, drive modes, semi digital and analog instrument cluster, sound system from JBL and so on. Prices for the BS6 version Tata Harrier start at Rs 13.69 lakh and goes up to Rs 20.25 lakh, ex-showroom for the XZ+Dark Edition. Bookings for the new Harrier are already open at Tata Motors dealerships across India. Deliveries will begin shortly. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in the BS4 Harrier, there are massive discounts on offer.