Tata’s much-awaited premium SUV Harrier is just a few days away from its launch and is well appreciated by the Indian Market. The car is based on OMEGA architecture which is derived from the Land Rover’s D8 architecture which makes the car solid and rigid. The Harrier has begun reaching Tata dealerships across the country. Here’s a video from a Tata dealer stockyard that shows the SUV in different colours.
Video courtesy Viratian A
The all-new TATA Harrier is a 5-seater premium SUV which will be mated to a 6-speed manual transmission with the punchy diesel engine. Sadly, there is no automatic transmission as of now. The Harrier is making quite a popularity in the Indian market based on the design structure and the looks of the car but what makes it more pleasing are the colours which make a handsome looking car.
Tata Harrier will be available in 5 different shades and are listed below:
- Calisto Copper
- Thermisto Gold
- Ariel Silver
- Telesto Grey
- Orcus White
Recently, live colours of the Tata Harrier can be seen on YouTube (although they are not officially showcased by Tata). The Orcus White, Ariel Silver and Telesto Grey are some of the colours which are there on the video. This gives the buyer a little more clarity on which colour to book ahead of the Harrier launch. Keeping in mind the Harrier’s launch is just a few days away so all the refreshing new colours will be soon showcased to the Indian market.
The Calisto Copper – the orange shade is a promotional colour used by Tata in the launch, official drives and for brand promotion. It is a loud colour but subtle in its tone. Check out our page for the official drive of Tata Harrier
Thermisto Gold is yet again a fresh colour which looks great on Tata Harrier. The colour shade can be seen on Tata’s official website.
The silver colour option which is the Ariel Silver is one of the five colour options the Harrier will be available in. You can check the portfolio of the car on their official website.
Telesto Grey will be another colour to choose from the portfolio given by Tata’s.
Since the white colour is famous in the Indian market so Tata has understood this strategy well and there is Orcus White shade available too. Tata will be taking no risk to the Harrier sales after all.
Tata Harrier will be priced between 16-21 lakh which is quite fair for a premium SUV of this size and will churn out a power of 140bhp & 320 Nm of torque from its 2.0-litre diesel engine from FIAT. The Harrier will compare with the likes of Jeep Compass, Hyundai Creta and Mahindra XUV500. The SUV will sit right at the top of Tata Motors’ passenger car line-up, and will sit above the Hexa in terms of positioning. A 7 seat version of the Harrier, dubbed the H7X, will be launched by the end of this year.