The upgraded Tata Harrier (BSVI-compliant) not only gets a better engine, it also gets some better equipment. The main attraction of the new car is its electronic panoramic sunroof.
The 2020 Tata Harrier has received a major update recently, the main focus of which was its new diesel powerplant. Other than that, there have been a few new additions to the SUV, the highlight of which is the new panoramic sunroof, which you can check out below.
Check Out Panoramic Sunroof of 2020 Tata Harrier XZ+ (Hindi) | IndianAutosBlog
In the video, you can see that the sunroof is electronically operated, and covers almost the entirety of the car’s ceiling. There are three different switches to control its actions. The first one is for opening and closing the sunroof. The second one is for tilting open and shutting the moonroof (glass sunroof), and the third one is for opening and closing the moonroof. Sadly, the sunroof isn’t operated by voice controls, a feature already available in the MG Hector and the next-gen Hyundai Creta.
It is the same Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre Turbocharged diesel (KRYOTEC) engine, but tuned to offer more power. The new car now makes 170 PS of peak power, as opposed to 140 PS in the BSIV-compliant version. Maximum torque figure though, remains the same as before, 350 Nm. There has been confirmation regarding the introduction of a new 1.5-litre direct-injection turbocharged petrol engine as well, which will help lower the entry price of the Harrier range.
The home-grown automaker has already commenced deliveries of the BSVI-compliant 2020 Tata Harrier. The SUV is priced at Rs 13.69 lakh for the base variant, going all the way up to Rs 20.25 lakh (ex-showroom, New Delhi). The SUV competes against MG Hector, Renault Captur, Nissan Kicks, Kia Seltos, Hyundai Creta, and Mahindra XUV500.