At the 2020 Auto Expo, Tata Motors revealed the stunning Sierra as a concept vehicle, which stunned the visitors. The 90s car, Sierra was way ahead of its time in terms of design and technology. Well, the iconic nameplate makes a comeback with the concept Sierra, which became a major attraction at the 2020 Auto Expo. While it may take years before the Sierra concept takes the production form if Tata decides to make a production version of the vehicle, Tata has already released an official TVC showcasing the Tata Sierra’s highlights and design elements.
The Tata Sierra concept pays homage to the design of the original three-door Sierra. It gets the large glass area on the rear of the SUV, which makes up for almost half of the roof area. While the original Sierra also offers a similar design, the SUV had a solid roof instead. The platform on which the vehicle is based on is not known. Since it looks quite inspired by the design of the Land Rover Discovery and the new Defender, it is quite possible that Tata has utilised a Land Rover platform to develop the vehicle. In the production form, Tata may offer the Sierra as a niche segment vehicle with a platform from JLR.
Since it is a concept vehicle, the interior of the Sierra gets some thrilling design cues. There is a revolving co-drive seat while the rear bench is made up of wood. Tata has not revealed anything on the powertrain of the vehicle but the TVC shows that it gets an electric charge, which indicates that it will be an EV. To show the green footprint of the vehicle, the dashboard gets a layer of faux grass and a similar carpet is at the rear of the vehicle too.
The design of the Sierra matches the true DNA of new-generation Tata vehicles. It gets the similar split headlamps with LEDs. The rear of the vehicle gets a bodywide LED tail lamp that has a sweeping transition similar to the Audi cars. It also continued to offer the two-door design layout that we all remember with the Sierra. For the convenience of the rear passengers, a sliding door has been provided in the rear, which is electronically controlled.
Tata recently discontinued the Safari Storme from the Indian market and the all-new Sierra takes its place in the future. But how long do we have to wait to see the glimpse of the production version? Well, it can be years before Sierra becomes a reality but before that, Tata will have to get a green signal to start working on the production version of the car.