Mr Pratap Bose quits Tata Motors as design head. He has designed some popular Tata cars like Altroz, Harrier, Safari and so on.
Tata Motors is receiving a lot of appreciation for their car designs as they have opted for Impact 2.0 Design Language. Tata products like Altroz, Harrier, Safari and Nexon are quite popular and are known for their smart looks. The man behind these amazing designs is none other than Mr Pratap Bose, who is highly appreciated by Tata people for his creativity on recent Tata cars. Pratap Bose was the Vice President, Global Designs of Tata Motors. He has reportedly resigned from this position. Reports suggest that he is joining another automaker, but these are not reliable fact as the designer himself has not revealed anything regarding his future plans.
Mr Pratap Bose was associated with Tata Motors for over the last two decades. His position is now replaced by Mr Martin Ulharik, who was till now the Head of Design for Tata Motors European Technical Centre (TMETC). Considering Tata Motors focus on car designs, we can expect the carmaker to offer good looking products in the near future. However, most of the car designs by Pratap Bose are already on sale in the Indian market. The upcoming Tata HBX and Sierra are just some time away to reach the Indian shores. Moreover, Pratap was also nominated for the World Car Personal of the year 2021. One of the most popular cars designed by Pratap Bose and is known for its unique design language among the buyers is Altroz. It was launched last year in the premium hatchback segment.
The Tata hatchback comes with 90-degree opening doors, which is one of the many design highlights of the car. Furthermore, Tata Harrier is also one of the best looking SUVs offered in our market. It was the first SUV to get a multi-port headlight system. Right now, the carmaker is planning to introduce the production-spec model of HBX, which was revealed by the carmaker in concept form last year at the Auto Expo 2020. It will sit below Tata Nexon in the automaker’s stable. In the Indian market, the production-spec Tata HBX will rival with the likes of Mahindra KUV100 NXT.