Tata Sierra Concept-based pick up truck: What it could look like [Video]

One of the major attraction this year at the Auto Expo was the Sierra concept that was showcased by Tata Motors in their pavilion. Everyone was surprised and excited when they saw the 90’s popular SUV in its new avatar on stage. Tata had brought back the iconic SUV as a Concept just to see the reaction of the people so that they can take a call on whether they should consider taking the Sierra to the production line or not. As of now there is no confirmation whether Tata will bring Sierra back or not. Meanwhile many render images and videos of Sierra concept in different shapes and sizes have already started surfacing online. Here is one such render where Sierra becomes a pickup truck.

The video has been uploaded by SRK Designs on their youtube channel. The video takes the Sierra concept showcased at the expo and converts it into a pick up truck. The changes start from the front where the bumper gets minute changes like a crash guard with a tow hook along with a fog lamps placed on it. There is a scoop on both side of the bumper which accommodates the LED headlight and on the top it has the LED DRL similar to the one found in Harrier and upcoming Gravitas. The Sierra looks butch and aggressive from the front.

Tata Sierra Concept 6

Coming to the side profile is where is the major changes are revealed. The regular alloy wheels in the concept are replaced by fat and knobby tyres and rims with body coloured inserts and the iconic huge glass area after the B Pillar has been completely chopped off to convert it into a pick up. The designer has retained the flush door handles on the car and at the rear, there is a huge bar installed on the loading bay of the car.

Towards the rear, length of the LED tail light is shortened and the reflector LED lights are still retained on the lower part f the bumper. The rear bumper is also modified and it now gets the same black cladding with a skid plate at the rear. The paint job also also adds up to the charm of the pick up truck. Tata has not confirmed their plans for Sierra so far. If they plan to bring a pick up version of the same, I guess we wouldn’t mind buying a pick up truck that looks like this.