Tata has also shown their future lineup at the Auto Expo 2020. Tata has been the pioneer in bringing innovative tech to Car manufacturing. They have already kick-started the innovation train with the Tata Nexon EV and soon they will be coming up with more products. Here is a detailed insight into the top 4 Facts on the upcoming products that we can expect in the near future.
Tata HBX – First Subcompact UV
The Tata HBX was first showcased at the Geneva International Motor Show. It was first called the H2X in 2019. Later this year the concept was shown as the HBX at Auto Expo 2020. The vehicle is almost production-ready. It is a rugged adventure-ready look. The HBX is seen as an enthusiast vehicle. The HBX is all set to raise the bar of driving enthusiasts. There is no information on what kind of engine this vehicle is going to make use of.
Tata Gravitas – First 7-seater on OMEGA ARC
The Tata Gravitas will be a second vehicle to be based on the OMEGA architecture. The Tata Harrier was the first vehicle to be based on this platform. This vehicle was also at the Auto Expo 2020. The vehicle is based on Tata Motors Impact 2.0 philosophy. The Gravitas will be the first 7 seaters to be made on this platform by Tata. The Gravitas is an accurate representation of the delivery parameters that Tata Motors stands for – design, space and premiumness. We can expect this vehicle to launch this year.
Tata HBX – Smallest car on ALFA ARC
The Tata Altroz is the first car to be made on the ALFA ARC. The Tata HBX is the second car to be made on this platform. The ALFA stands for (Agile, Light, Flexible, Advanced). The micro SUV will be placed below Tata Nexon. This will be the most premium offering in the segment. The Smallest car on the platform opens up a lot of possibilities to make maximum use of the platform.
SUV in every Segment
With the scheduled launch of the production version of the HBX in the next financial year, Tata Motors is slated to have an SUV in every segment. This wide array of exciting products also consists of the Nexon in the compact category, the Harrier in the midsize SUV category and the Hexa along with the soon-to-be launched Gravitas, in the large SUV segment.