Tata Harrier, a widely popular ‘Make in India’ car in India has a secret sibling under construction and we have some new news about it. The Tata Gravitas looks quite similar to the Harrier but is different in many aspects and was recently spotted road testing.
The Tata Gravitas, the 6/7-seater SUV from Tata was spotted testing in India under a camouflage which indicates its arrival. The test car looked quite similar to the Auto Expo variant and is rumoured to be the 6-seater variant of the car. Tata is doing quite well post lockdown and they want to surely continue their winning streak with the all-new Tata Gravitas. The test car looks big and bulky and attracts road attention and presence.
Design elements of Tata Gravitas are quite similar to the Harrier with the third row being the major difference. The sloping roof of the Harrier is also replaced by a taller and more MPV like roofline for third-row comfort. The car was first showcased in India during the Auto Expo 2020 in February. The car is expected to go on sale sometime later this year. Tata has already discontinued the Hexa and this new car will be placed above Harrier to become Tata’s flagship SUV.
The car is said to be 80mm taller and 60mm longer than its sibling, the Tata Harrier. The car will feature similar SUV styling seen on different cars. LED DRLs, integrated roof rails and panoramic sunroof may be provided on the higher spec. The Auto Expo model had 18-inch wheels on it and the production car may not retain the same.
Price and Competiton
The Tata Gravitas, of course, will be priced higher than the Harrier. When launched it will compete against MG Hector Plus which has recently launched, Ford Endeavour and Toyota Fortuner, with a facelift which may come to India soon. Stay subscribed to our Youtube channel and follow us on Google News, Facebook, Telegram and Twitter.