New Delhi | Jagran Auto Desk: Tata on Wednesday presented its much-awaited BSVI compliant 2020 edition Harrier. The all-new Harrier comes with KRYOTREC 170 BS6 engine with best-in-class Panoramic sunroof features such as global close, ant-pinch, rain-sensing closure, roll number with black coating at glass side helps to dissipate heat, three separate user-friendly switches for each function- easy to use while driving.
The Harrier 2020 comes in 1240mm x 870 mm dimension (widest in segment) with six-way powered driver seat with adjustable lumbar support and auto-dimming technology, R17 diamond cut two-tone alloys and all-new aerodynamic outer mirrors.
The car has been unveiled in 5 variants with manual transmission (XE,XM,XT,XZ,XZ+), 3 variants with automatic transmission (XMA,XZA,XZA+), 4 dual tone variants (XZ,XZ+,XZA,XZA+) and 4 4 dark editions (XZ,XZ+,XZA,XZA+).
Commenting at the launch, Tata Sons Group Chairman, N Chandrasekaran said," The theme of our pavilion is a thoughtful representation of what India needs, how Tata Motors can contribute, and how we as the Tata Group are taking the lead in providing ecosystem solution in India."
"We are proud to offer one of the largest range of BSVI portfolio and this shows our commitment towards a clean and green environment. Tata Group has taken lead in driving the Government's vision of electrifying India and building a comprehensive and sustainable ecosystem," he added.
Harrier is available in Orcus White*, Sparkle Cocoa, Calypso Red, Telesto Grey and Atlas Black shades.
The car is based on OMEGA ARC, with one India, one price, starting at Rs 13.69 lakh for manual version and Rs 16.25 lakh for the automatic version. Bookings are open and the car would be available at the dealerships later this month.
The company, meanwhile, has also announced the global unveil of all-new Tata Winger and Tata Prima facelift 5530.S.
Meanwhile, the company has also unveiled all-new Winger, setting new standards in the commercial passenger segment in terms of style, safety, comfort and space.
Tata Motors also showcased its new flagship SUV-the Gravitas, in its production spec, scheduled to be launched later in H1FY21.
The company also showcased the single largest portfolios of electric vehicles in India with newly-launched Nexon EV and Altroz EV- a modern city car.
Posted By: James Kuanal