Tata Motors has unveiled four all-new vehicles at the Geneva Motor Show. Tata Motors completed their 21 years at the world-renowned Motor Show and unveiled four new vehicles that will be launched in the future in the Indian and the global markets. Tata Motors unveiled the production version Altroz, Buzzard, Altroz EV and H2X Concept. All the details below.
Tata Altroz is based on the 45X concept that was showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo in India. The Altroz is the production version hatchback and will take on the likes of Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20. The production version of the Altroz looks very impressive and gets a soothing design. It gets headlamps smartly integrated to the front grille that gives it a very modern face.
The Altroz is based on the all-new ALFA platform that is an all-new platform and will underpin many upcoming models in the future. The Altroz is expected to be launched by the end of this year in the Indian market.
The Tata Buzzard is the flagship seven-seater vehicle from the Tata which was internally known as the H7X. Tata has revealed the production version of the Buzzard and it will be launched by the festive season in the Indian market. The Buzzard is based on the same Omega Arc platform, which also underpins the Tata Harrier. The Buzzard gets identical front-end design like the Harrier and there are separate housings for the LED DRLs and the headlamps.
The DRLs form the extended part of the grille itself. The Tata Buzzard gets a slightly moderate look from the side. The roofline of the Buzzard a lot flatter and it is designed to give more headroom to the third-row passengers. The Buzzard will be the most expensive product and the flagship vehicle of Tata Motors in India. It gets powered by the same 2.0-litre diesel engine that is available with the Tata Harrier.
Tata Altroz EV
The Alfa Arc platform that underpins the regular Altroz is quite diverse and can be used in many different ways. The Altroz EV was unveiled at the Geneva Motor Show but the exact specifications are not known yet. The Altroz EV will be a premium offering from the brand and it is expected to be launched sometime in the next year in the Indian market. Tata Altroz EV is expected to offer a long range and will come with a higher capacity battery for supporting long range too.
Earlier known as the Hornbill, the Tata H2X will be the smallest SUV in the line-up. It gets SUV-ish looks and will take on the entry-level SUVs in the Indian market like the KUV 100. It will be positioned below the Tata Nexon and is expected to offer a very value for the money price tag on the production version of the H2X. The production version is expected to be showcased at the 2020 Auto Expo and will be launched later in the same year.