Tata HBX is the most-awaited upcoming product in the country since it will be entering a relatively new segment. We have been bringing to you regular spy shots of the car and keeping you posted with the latest information about it. Today, we bring to you another set of spy shots of the car. This time, however, the main interiors have been completely revealed and a lot of information is out. In this article, we will discuss the latest Tata HBX spy shots and what exciting information do they reveal.

Tata HBX spotted looking production ready

What does the interior on the Tata HBX look like?

 The interiors on the test mule look very similar to the one we had seen on the showcase model during the Auto Expo 2020. The final car will get a semi-digital instrument cluster, similar to the one on the Altroz. The multi-function steering wheel is also similar to its siblings like the Tiago, the Altroz and the Nexon. Although we cannot see the lower part of the steering wheel, however, we expect it to be a D-cut unit. The rectangular AC vents from the Auto Expo model have also been carried forward to the production-ready car. One thing to be noted here is the fact that the compasses that we saw on the showcase model are missing. When looked closely, the A-pillar can be seen with speaker housing and the seats can be seen with blue stitching. Also, this particular variant comes with a manual gearbox. The pillar mounted speakers hint at the car getting at least a 6-speaker audio system. Also, the car gets a 12V charging socket and a fast-charging USB port.

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What are the confirmed features?

Tata HBX spy shots

Looking at these Tata HBX spy shots, the car is confirmed to come with the most modern features as seen in the spy shots. A floating touchscreen infotainment system, automatic AC, cruise control, auto headlamps and push start/stop button are bound to be seen on the upcoming car. Also, from the previous spy shots, we have already seen the car with the DRL and the Harrier inspired headlight design. The car will be based on the ALFA-Arc platform and is expected to come powered by the 1.2-litre petrol engine which we get to see on the Tata Altroz.

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