Motors showcased an all-new range of passenger and electric vehicles with a
focus on connected, electric, shared and safe at the Auto Expo 2020. The
vehicles were unveiled in the presence of Tata Sons Group Chairman N
Chandrasekaran and Guenter Butschek, CEO and MD, Tata Motors Ltd.
Motors showcased the New Forever range of its passenger vehicles with 12
exhibits exemplifying the Impact Design 2.0 across cars and utility vehicles.
Two path-breaking concepts based on the versatile ALFA ARC, ‘Agile Light
Flexible Advanced’ Architecture, were unveiled. One was the HBX Showcar as a
natural extension of the H2X Concept - readying for production. The other was
the Sierra EV Concept, a fully electric vehicle that goes beyond a SUV. Tata
Motors also unveiled the Hexa Safari Edition –combination of two of SUVs – the
Safari and the Hexa.
from the Land Rover’s legendary D8 platform, and customised as ‘Optimal Modular
Efficient Global Advanced’ Architecture (OMEGA-ARC) for India, Tata Motors
launched the Harrier 2020, which comes with a 6-speed automatic transmission,
mated to the next-generation 170PS BSVI Kryotec diesel engine.
feature-loaded SUV comes with a host of new features like panoramic sunroof,
powered driver seat, amongst others. The Harrier 2020 is priced at Rs 13.69
lakh for the manual version and Rs 16.25 lakh for the automatic version (price,
all India). Bookings are open and the car would be available at the dealerships
later this month.
Motors also showcased its new flagship SUV –the Gravitas, in its production
spec, scheduled to be launched later in H1FY21. The company also showcased the single largest
portfolio of EVs in India, with the newly-launched Nexon EV and the Altroz EV.