The Tata Gravitas automatic would be a masterstroke on the part of the brand if offered at launch. The new Tata 7 seater SUV is going to come at next months Auto Exp0 will be a good option for people looking to get a big car with an automatic gearbox. The Gravitas was first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 2019 along with Altroz and H2. So we already know that the Harrier will be getting an automatic gearbox mostly this month along with a BS6 engine. The Gravitas will follow that launch up with its unveiling at the 2020 Auto Expo. So what do we know about the Gravitas and its automatic version? Let’s take a look at the spy shots, videos and information.

Tata Gravitas Expectations

Tata has planned a host of SUVs on the new OMEGA architecture. The Gravitas now follows the Harrier which it is based on. The Gravitas will also borrow its looks from the Harrier and will take forward the Impact 2.0 Design language further. The Tata Gravitas will differ in terms of its roofline, rear overhang and tailgate design. The Tata Gravitas is going to be a longer car than the Harrier and even taller because of the roofline which will make it roomier for the third-row passengers. The car also gets a new quarter glass, roof rails, tailights and a new spoiler. While the spy shots of the car show the Gravitas on Harrier’s alloy wheels, the car will get different alloy wheels.

Tata Gravitas Spyshots Orange colours (2)

On the inside, we will see a really good interior. The Gravitas will have the best interior of any 7-seater we have seen to date. The Tata Gravitas automatic will get a 7-inch touchscreen with Android Auto and Apple CarPlay. In terms of safety, there will be ABS, EBD, Traction Control and 6 airbags plus rear parking sensors. To help the Gravitas in everyday conditions and off-road, the car will get hill hold and hill descent. The second row will be similar to the Harrier and the third row of the car is going to get vents and a 12 -volt charging port.

Also Read: Tata Altroz to get DCT?

Tata Gravitas Engine and price

The Gravitas automatic will get the same 2.0-litre diesel engine with the highest stage of tune. The car will get the 172bhp and 350Nm of torque. The Gravitas will get a six-speed gearbox and a Hyundai sourced automatic gearbox. This means it will be available in four to six variants including a Dark Edition. The car should be priced from Rs 15 lakhs and go upto to Rs 20 lakhs (on-road).


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  • There are many like me who would want to see Gravitas automatic but with a AWD set up. Hope we get to enjoy the Land Rover DNA in its truest sense. Hope Tata is Listening.