Upcoming Tata Harrier SUV shows off LED headlamps on video

Tata Harrier is one of the most talked about cars in the Indian market in recent times. Tata will launch the all-new SUV by the end of January 2019 and has started taking the bookings for the SUV officially. The Harrier will soon enter the production and Tata has been testing the vehicle relentlessly to ensure that it offers the best when launched. Here is a video of the Harrier that shows it testing in the crowdy roads of Pune and also reveals the LED DRLs.

The Tata Harrier will retain most of its design from the H5X concept that was first showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo. Tata has revealed a few images of the Harrier, which clearly shows how similar it will be to the concept model. It even gets a similar headlamp cluster. The new video of the Harrier shows the working DRLs of the Tata Harrier that looks very bright during the daylight.

The Tata Harrier will be the flagship product of the brand and will be launched on the OMEGA platform of the company. It will be the first vehicle from Tata to utilise the new platform, which is why the vehicle is being tested so thoroughly. As per Tata, the test mules of the Harrier have been tested for over 22 lakh kilometres over the time. Tata also released several videos showing the vehicles being tested in various conditions.

Tata is expected to put a very competitive price tag on the Harrier. The SUV is expected to carry a price tag of around Rs. 16 lakhs, on-road for the base model and Rs. 22 lakh for the top-model. The price will be set much lower than the diesel variants of the Jeep Compass in the Indian market. The Harrier will be powered by the same 2.0-litre Multijet diesel engine that has been rebadged as the KRYOTEC by Tata Motors. The engine is expected to produce around 140 Bhp but it has not been confirmed yet. The car will also get an automatic 6-speed transmission from Hyundai.

Upcoming Tata Harrier SUV shows off LED headlamps on video


The Tata Harrier will take on the likes of Jeep Compass, Hyundai Creta and upcoming cars like the production version of the Kia SP. Tata is also expected to launch a long wheelbase version of the Harrier that has been internally codenamed as the H7X.


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