Take a look at this Tata Harrier, it now rides on a set of 20-inch rims, which are shod with low-profile tyres.
Tata Harrier is the flagship offering from the Indian carmaker. It is based on Land Rover’s D8 architecture-derived Omega ARC platform. Designed on the baselines of Impact 2.0 design language, it looks stylish as well. It gets vertically-split headlamps and the right amount of curves and creases for sheet metal, which makes it attract a lot of eyeballs. However, Tata Harrier is offered with a set of 17-inch alloy wheels, which have always looked small in comparison to its beefy dimensions. Therefore, Harrier owners are often seen heading out to the aftermarket route to get a set of bigger and flashy rims for their cars. Here’s one such example we came across on a social media platform.
It can be seen in the pictures that these 20-inch rims sport a 5-spoke design. They are finished in chrome and boast of a lot of bling. These rims are from Plati Alloys, which is an Indian brand. However, this mod job has been performed by folks at Sabharwal Tyres, who are based out of Yamunanagar, Haryana. On the whole, these rims do accentuate the Harrier’s appeal and are also apt at filling those massive wheel arches. Currently, Tata Harrier is offered with two alloy wheel options – 5-spoke grey-finished units and multi-spoke diamond-cut units. Both of these rims are 17-inch in diameter.
Tata Harrier is a feature-rich car. It comes loaded with a long list of features such as 8.8-inch touchscreen display for infotainment unit, 7-speaker JBL system, auto-headlamps, 8-way power-adjustable seats, auto-dimming IRVM, cruise control and more. On the safety front, the Harrier comes loaded with a slew of gear. The list includes ABS with EBD, 6-airbag, roll-over mitigation, corner stability control, traction control, hill-hold assist, reverse parking camera, hill descent control, brake disc wiping, and fog lamps with cornering function.
Powering the Harrier is a 2.0L 4-cylinder turbocharged oil burner, which is sourced from FCA. It also does duties on the Jeep Compass and MG Hector. In the Harrier, it develops a peak power output of 170 PS and max torque of 350 Nm. It can be had mated to either a 6-speed MT or a 6-speed AT. Also, a petrol motor for the Harrier is under development and is likely to be introduced by sometime next year.