According to the latest spy images of Tata Harrier, the new SUV will get a Land Rover-inspired interior. Let's look closer to see what is new with this car.
Until now, Tata Harrier’s exterior is quite familiar now, however, everything remains unknown about the interior. But luckily, we now can have a peek at its interior through some spy images.
Instrument cluster’s details:
The MID displays information about fuel consumption and engine temperature. It also plays as the odometer of the car. The MID is brought from the Tata Hexa with the same circular layout.
Also on the MID, there are MODE and SET button. These buttons will be used to perform some tasks and set up the MID display.
The instrument cluster seems to be dull with monotone lighting. Comparing with other cars of the same segment, the instrument of Tata Harrier feels less impressive.
The instrument cluster seems to be dull with monotone lighting
Multifunction steering wheel of the Harrier’s size is in line with Tata’s other modern models. However, the layout setting for the function is slightly different, with telephony and Bluetooth controls located on the left and the cruise control put on the opposite side.
We could also spot the indicator stalk on the steering wheels column just like the Tata Tiago. The indicator stalk will help the driver to control the lightings easily and comfortably. Whereas, on the Hexa, a rotary control on the dashboard will do the job.
Tata Harrier will have a multifunction steering, indicator stalk, as well as a drive knob borrowed from Tata Nexon
Spotted on the spy pics is the 2-DIN slot which is possibly the place for a touchscreen display.
Last but not least, we could see the appearance of a drive knob which is similar to that of the Nexon. The spy pics also reveal that that drive knob is to switch between different drive modes, which is much like the Land Rover. It means that the Harrier will be a capable off-roader provided with variable driving style on different terrains.
These are all we can tell about the Harrier by now. In terms of the engine, the Harrier will receive power from the Fiat-sourced Multijet II 2.0-litre turbocharged diesel engine – the same one for Jeep Compass. A six-speed manual gearbox will come as the standard for all variants. It is also likely that an automatic transmission will be offered as the optional choice.