The mid-size Harrier SUV from Tata Motors is one of the most popular models currently offered in the country. Recently, the model received highly anticipated ADAS features and a new Dark Red Edition as well. However, despite these updates, it cannot be forgotten that the model has been out for quite some time now and is due for a major facelift. The company is currently developing the facelift of this popular model, and test mules have been spotted all across the country. Recently, a digital artist took inspiration from the spy shots and mixed his own creativity to create a video rendering of what could be the future design of the Tata Harrier.
The video of the Tata Harrier facelift rendering has been uploaded on YouTube by Bagrawala Designs on their channel. It starts with a look at the front fascia of the SUV in the dark where only the long-connected LED DRL of the SUV is visible. The most unique thing about this LED DRL is that it symbolizes the Tata moniker, and because of it, there is no traditional Tata badge on the front. Most likely, this is something that would not be incorporated into Harrier’s facelift, but it’s surely something unique.
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Following this, the video shows other details of the front of the SUV. It can be noted that the bumper has been completely redesigned along with the grilles and the headlights. The rendered facelift version gets a more aggressive and upright headlight setup. The bottom of the front bumper also gets a silver skid plate along with black-colored cladding in between. The overall front of the SUV looks similar to the outgoing SUV, but with a few more upgraded details. It also boasts the same muscular appearance.
The video then shows the side profile of the SUV, and not much has been changed at the sides. It looks pretty much the same as the outgoing car. The only change worth noting is the design of the alloy wheels, which looks a lot different than the one we have seen, but it might also not make it to the final production variant. Moving on to the rear, we can note that the rear has also been largely kept the same by the designer, except the same LED DRL moniker in the rear boot lid. Overall, the production facelift version is also expected to get only some redesigning of the front and rear end.
In other Harrier facelift news, it was recently reported that Tata Motors is expected to offer the Harrier facelift with its newly introduced 1.5 L TGDi petrol powerplant. The four-cylinder turbo petrol engine was officially displayed by the company during the 2023 Delhi Auto Expo. According to the company, this new motor can produce a peak torque of 280 Nm between 2,000 and 3,500 rpm and a power output of 170 bhp at 5,000 rpm. Additionally, Tata Motors will reportedly provide the revamped Safari and the upcoming mid-size Tata Curvv with the same petrol engine. It is anticipated that it will also be utilized in the 2025-slated ICE version of the Tata Sierra.
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