The Tata Gravitas was showcased in the Auto Expo 2020 and was successful in turning heads. It continues to have the visual appeal that the Harrier has and will be based on the same platform as the Harrier although it will be a bit longer. The car looks a bit like the Discovery Sport in its dimensions. Tata has been very aggressive with its launches this year with the likes of the Nexon EV and the Tata Altroz. The Nexon and the Harrier form the SUV line-up in Tata but there is yet a seven seater that is missing. The Gravitas aims to fill in this gap. Find out more details about the car below.

Tata Gravitas design

It follows the same design language as the Harrier getting sleek DRLs on the front that also double as indicators. It gets chrome elements on the grille as well along with chrome around the headlights. From the side, it gets larger 18 inch wheels and a different wheel design. You get a chrome strip below the windows as well as chrome on the door handles. From the rear, it looks similar look to the Harrier albeit some minor change in the bumper as well as the light that make the car look a bit different. The rear integrated spoiler also has grown in size.

Tata Gravitas side

Tata Gravitas interiors

Like the Harrier, it gets premium interiors with an 8.8 inch infotainment system that has Android Auto and Apple Carplay, AC vents and a usb slot for the third row. The driver seat is electrically adjustable. The Gravitas also gets a beige colour option inside. The third row also gets a lot of leg rom and therefore will be comfortable for long rides. It also gets ambient lighting and a nine speaker JBL system. On the second row you get a recline as well as push pull function.

Tata Gravitas interior

Engine and transmission

Under the hood you get a 2.0 litre diesel option that produces 170 bhp and 350nm of torque that can be mated to a six-speed manual as well as a six-speed automatic which will make it a powerful car even for the highways. Sadly, the car does not get four wheel drive.

When it is launched later this year it will rival the likes of the Mahindra XUV 500 and the upcoming MG Hector plus. Check out our walk around of the car:

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