You can opt to have a dual tone Tata Harrier by getting a custom job done by some dealers. Watch the video for more details.
Tata Harrier was launched earlier this year. This SUV comes with five colours options, all of which are single-tone options comprising Thermisto Gold, Telesto Grey, Callisto Copper, Ariel Silver and Orcus White. But now, some dealers have started to customize the Harrier by offering a dual tone paint scheme. A video posted on Youtube has revealed the look of such a vehicle.
In this video, a white Harrier is painted black on the roof, creating a new dual tone paint scheme. Along with the black-out roof, the Harrier is given a clever custom touch of a black-out alloy wheels. The dual white black has struck a strong resemblance between the Tata Harrier and the iconic Range Rover Evoque. Classy and premium, the dual tone works incredibly well on the Tata Harrier. Looking at the new appearance of the Tata Harrier, you might wish that Tata might add dual tone paint to its table.
The dual tone Tata Harrier looks smart and charming
And the best part of this is that this satisfying customization comes at a surprisingly good price. It only takes you Rs 10,000 to get the roof painted black. And the customizing work for the wheels also cost around the same price. With a small investment, you can get a good-looking and unique Tata Harrier.
Tata Harrier is on sales at the price of 12.69 lakh – 16.25 lakh. There are four variants on offer at the moment. About the gearbox, the Harrier comes with the only one powertrain option which is a 2-litre Fiat Multijet turbo diesel engine paired with a 6-speed manual gearbox. This engine is good for 170bhp and 350Nm. The Harrier is now running on a two-wheel drive system.
Tata Harrier is expected to come with more powertrain options in the future
New automatic offer is expected to arrive later this year. This unit might be the Hyundai-source torque converter automatic gearbox. Besides, it is hoped that Tata will soon include petrol engine in the powertrain line-up for the Harrier. However, it will not be realized in any time soon. The opportunity is also open for a full-wheel drive system.
At the moment, Tata will launch the 7-seater variation of the Harrier under the name Buzzard. This model along with other new vehicles from Tata was unwrapped at the Geneva Motor Show.