Tata has made a prominent name for itself with its safest and most feature-loaded products. They are still working their way up to excel further in the market with new launches and updates. Considering the ever-rising competition, an update is needed to survive in the market. Let’s look at the four upcoming SUVs from Tata:
All four of these SUVs are facelifts and updates, not entirely new cars. The first one is the most anticipated Nexon facelift. The Nexon is their best-selling SUV, and Tata is giving it a major update with this facelift. It has been bringing in the numbers in both IC engine and EV versions. The facelifted Nexon might get the new 1.2-litre petrol engine, churning out 125hp & 225 Nm torque.
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The recent spy shots suggest that there will be significant changes to the design in line with the Curvv ICE concept showcased at the 2023 Auto Expo. The interior will also be rebuilt with some new features & themes inside the cabin. It might have a 10.25-inch infotainment system with a 2-spoke steering wheel. Tata might launch this around August.
Harrier and Safari Facelift
We have already been seeing the test mule of their flagship SUV, the Safari, for some time now. Tata has been testing both of these SUVs in India, with a possible debut around the festive season this year. This duo will get similar design changes at the front fascia, such as new LED DRLs and vertical LED headlights.
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They are also expected to be equipped with ADAS, and the engine options might include a 2.0-litre diesel and a 1.5-litre petrol engine. The rear and side profiles will not receive any major changes. They might also share the new 10.25-inch infotainment system with an updated centre console and more.
Tata launched its CNG lineup with i-CNG variants of Tiago, Tigor, and Altroz. Punch is likely to do the same with the latest dual-cylinder technology. Luggage storage capacity is a major issue with CNG cars, and Punch boasts a massive boot space in its segment.
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This features two compact tanks of 30 litre each fitted under the boot to not compromise the boot space. The Punch i-CNG was showcased at the 2023 Auto Expo and is expected to launch by the end of this year.