The Tata HBX is one car that many are hyped about since the time it was shown at the Geneva Motor Show two years ago. The car aims to slot itself between the Tata Tigor and Tata Altroz. That will help in bridging the gap in the Tata line-up and will also usher in a segment of mini-SUVs where buyers have a new entry level to decide with. The car has been spotted testing multiple times by us. We have also shown you the car from inside and to check it out again click on the story below. But todays we have close up shots of the car again that reveal new details.
Tata HBX Design
Here is a close shot of the Tata HBX front. We can see that the DRLs of the HBX now closely. They wrap themselves around the bonnet which means they will be visible from the side too. Also we can see the headlamp assembly here. Embedded in the bonnet, the car gets its indicators on the side towards the grille. The design of the grille itself is inspired from the Nexon. Its a closed grille with a piano black finish. The bumper houses the split grille that works for the engine. In the corner we can also see diamond cut alloy wheels and the whole bonnet design is very much on the lines of the Impact 2.0 Design language.
At the rear we can see the roof with the regular antenna, roof rails, high mounted brake light and the sporty spoiler that we saw with the car in it’s concept form. The taillights also look very much the same as the concept. The cars reverse parking camera can be seen poking out of the tailgate too. The rear windscreen does look small with the blacked out glass area. The car has got its rear wiper too shown here and if we take a look at the C-pillar, it appears to be blacked out and could be a design element that integrates with the whole rear of the car.
Obviously, we will have to wait and see the car without the whole camo that covers this test mule. In the mean time also check out our video of the concept car below.