The full-sized SUV segment is constantly growing. In fact, it wouldn’t be wrong to say that it is indeed one of the most popular car segments in India. And a big reason for the segment’s success is capable cars like the Tata Harrier which by the way is all set for a facelift in the shape of the 2022 Tata Harrier. Here’s what you can expect from the car.
The 2022 Tata Harrier
Recently spied testing in the flesh, the 2022 face-lifted Tata Harrier has got us all excited. And the first thing that is evident from the test mule is the new ORVM module. If you have a detailed look at the spy shot, one can clearly spot a camera, indicating the 360-degree camera inclusion onboard the 2022 facelift. While the entire silhouette as well as the looks are quite similar to the current shape on the test mule, reports have suggested that the design elements too will get an update. If reports are to be trusted we can expect changes such as new headlamps, alloys, tail lamps and a few other changes.
Another key detail that the zoomed-in images of the test mule reveal is the fact that the touch infotainment had been smartly covered, hinting toward a new and improved touch infotainment system that can be anywhere between 10 to 12 inches. And with 360-degree cameras hinted, the touch infotainment system seems evident.
Other features that can be expected are offerings such as digital instrument clusters, ambient lighting, Electronic parking brakes, and even ADAS. While there are no details as of yet as to what kind of ADAS could the Harrier get, it is nonetheless expected that the SUV will offer some ADAS offerings.
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In terms of engine, the Harrier is expected to bring in a petrol engine. As per reports Tata has been working on a 1.5-litre turbo petrol engine for the new Harrier. While power figures are currently unknown, power output can be anywhere around a punchy 150 PS. Other than that, suspension changes can also be expected to add up to the SUV’s charm.
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