If we talk about the electric space of the Indian car market, Tata has been leading the race with its tried and tested EVs. Now, the Auto Expo just got over with some of the most exciting Tata cars, we are here to talk specifically about the launch details of the Harrier EV. What else does the upcoming Tata Harrier EV get? Let’s know more.
Tata revealed the close-to-production Harrier EV at the Auto Expo 2023. As per the brand, the production model would be highly similar to the concept car shown at the Expo. It has plans to launch the car by the end of this year to penetrate more in the EV sector. Bringing the Harrier EV later this year and then the launches of Curvv and Sierra EV could make Tata second to none in the EV sector. By offering an EV in almost every segment, Tata Electric could be the kingpin of the EV market in India. What about pricing? We are expecting the Harrier EV to be priced somewhere around Rs 30 to 35 lakhs (ex-showroom) which would turn out attractive for many buyers. This could be achieved due to the attractive taxation schemes on the EV.
Upcoming Tata Harrier EV – Design
The overall silhouette of the Harrier EV is the same as the ICE Harrier. However, the former highly differentiates itself from the regular car with tweaked exterior elements. Though it was a concept model that was shown but we can expect similar changes in the production-ready model. Talking about the changes that could be retrieved in the production model is the closed front grille, connected DRL design, .ev badging on the car and new paint schemes for the car.
Tata has not talked about the interiors of the car. But, we expect plenty of changes in its cabin with EV-specific design elements. We could see a number of additions including a new infotainment system, digital instrument cluster, rotary-styled gear knob, 360-degree camera, LED taillamps, and many more additions in the car.
Upcoming Tata Harrier EV – Specifications
We can expect the Harrier EV to get a range between 400 to 500 km. No official details regarding the battery pack are out but we can expect a 60 to 70kWh pack to power the car. A car of this size and also the talks of it getting AWD must require at least a pack of this size to perform adequately on and off the roads.
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