Here's a digitally designed Tata Harrier which looks wild and all-set for doing some serious amount off-roading. The digital rendering is uploaded on a YouTube channel named as Yogi Sejwal Design.
Tata Harrier is among the best looking SUVs offered in the affordable end of the Indian market. The mid-size SUV is one of the biggest and most feature-rich cars in its segment, where it competes with the likes of MG Hector and Jeep Compass. The carmaker does not offer the SUV with an AWD system, which has disappointed a lot of enthusiasts. However, there have been a lot of digital renderings showcasing how the mid-size SUV would look like after being equipped with a full off-road kit. Given below is another mad render of the Harrier, which shows how the SUV would look like after getting an aftermarket off-road kit.
This render video is uploaded by a YouTube channel named Yogi Sejwal Design and the SUV now looks quite badass. Tata Harrier now looks like a proper off-road-ready SUV and the new clothes suit it prettu well. The SUV has a high body profile and the addition of this body kit makes the car look more robust. Talking about the rendering made by Yogi Sejwal, the off-road spec Harrier looks like a beast with this new body kit. The front fascia of the SUV gets a complete makeover, which consists of an aftermarket scrub plate with an attached tow hook.
Except for the regular headlamp cluster, for better illumination, the SUV also employs two huge yellow off-road spec lights and LED lights fitted on the roof of the car. The rendered Tata Harrier also gets multi-bar LED lights attached to the bull bars. The car now gets a new set of dual-purpose tyres, which make the SUV look more off-road oriented. It features a snorkel to help SUV during water wading. Moreover, the side steps are also employed on the SUV for easy ingress and egress. The carmaker has planned to introduce a bigger version of the SUV named as Gravitas (7-seat Harrier). Tata SUV was showcased at the Auto Expo 2020 early this year and is expected to hit the Indian shores by the upcoming festive season.