Recently, a spy video of the Tata Gravitas, which provides us with the clearest look at the production-spec model of the SUV has been released on the Internet. Read on to discover.
The Tata Gravitas is all set to be launched in the Indian auto market in the foreseeable future. The SUV is basically a three-seat-row version of the Tata Harrier; therefore, the former will borrow many features from the latter. Nevertheless, several design alterations can still be noticed on both the exterior and interior of the Gravitas in comparison with the Harrier. Recently, a video which shows the test mule of the Tata Gravitas inside out has been released, which provides us with the clearest look at the production-spec model of the SUV.
Although the interior paint scheme of the Tata Gravitas is lighter than that of the Harrier: black and brown on the dashboard, light brown on the seats and beige and black on the doors, the interior of the former features the same styling as the latter. The dashboard of the Gravitas seems to sport the same wood-finish with aluminium inserts as that of its donor vehicle. The SUV will also come with a floating infotainment screen.
The biggest difference between the Tata Harrier and the Gravitas is the third-seat row with not so spacious legroom, which means that this seat row is specifically designed for small kids. The second seat row is now traditional bench seats instead of captain seats. However, captain seats can also be provided as an option. Besides, we can also notice aluminium door handles, chrome inserts on the air-conditioning vents, all of which contribute to the premium feel of the car. Adjustable back support for the driver sear can also be noticed inside the car.
As regards the exterior, the Tata Gravitas also bears a strong resemblance to the Harrier. In the front, the two SUVs feature the same vertically split headlights, bumper and grille. The Gravitas is a little bit longer than the Harrier; however, they have the same wheelbase. The alloy wheels of the two SUVs are the same. In the rear, nevertheless, the taillights of the Gravitas have been redesigned as compared with the Harrier.
The Tata Gravitas is expected to keep under its hood a 2.0-litre ‘Kryotec’ oil burner which is borrowed from the Harrier and can deliver 170 PS against 350 Nm. A 1.5-litre turbo gasoline burner is also being developed for the upcoming SUV. The transmission options will include a 5-speed MT and a 6-speed torque converter.