Tata Harrier Gets Nose Of Altroz In This Illustration

by Mohit Bhardwaj | 30/11/2020
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Take a look a this digitally modified Tata Harrier that now sports an Altroz-like front fascia. Doesn't it look fresh?

Tata Motors is doing a great job with the designs of their cars. The brand now designs its products on the baselines of Impact 2.0 design language, which was first seen on the Harrier, and then made its way to the Altroz, followed by the facelifted Nexon, Tiago, and Tigor. While the Altroz gets conventionally mounted headlamps, the Harrier comes with a vertically-split architecture that looks unique. But, what if Harrier was also introduced with a similar nose design as the Altroz? For sure it would’ve looked wonderful. In case you don’t believe us, here’s a digital rendering that depicts just the same. We came across this picture via a social media account of XLR8.


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Tata Harrier Imagined with Altroz’s Face, Looks Sharp

In the above image, an Orcus White Tata Harrier can be seen donning an Altroz-inspired front end. To do so, the digital artist has performed certain tweaks to the Harrier’s face. It now gets Altroz-like radiator grille and headlamps. Moreover, the lower headlamp assemblies now feature Altroz’s fog lamps. The alloy wheels on this Harrier are also replaced by those seen on the Altroz. However, the designer has made modifications while being attentive at the same time, as they are resized to not look puny on the SUV. While the Harrier sports a futuristic design for the front-end, it looks rather conventional with such a setup. However, it for sure looks fresh.


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Tata Harrier would soon be launched in a 7-seat avatar with the Gravitas nameplate. Like the Harrier, it will be powered by the FCA-sourced 2.0L oil burner that puts out a peak power output of 170 PS and max torque of 350 Nm. The transmission duties on the Harrier are performed by a 6-speed MT on the manual trims and by a 6-speed AT on the automatic trims, and the same suite will be followed on the Gravitas. Talking of the Altroz, it is available with two engine options – 1.2L petrol and 1.5L oil burner. The former is rated at 86 PS against 113 Nm, while the latter develops a peak output of 90 PS and 200 Nm. It is available with a 5-speed manual gearbox only.

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