Tata Sumo 6X6 Pick-up Truck Imagined Digitally

by Jatin Chhibber | 09/05/2020
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This digitally rendered Tata Sumo 6x6 pickup truck looks much more rugged and attractive than the stock version of the UV that used to be on sale in the country

Tata Sumo is among the most iconic UVs, which remained in production for more than two decades. The SUV got discontinued back in 2017 due to new emission norms. The car still remains to be one of the most recognizable cars on the streets, and there’s no doubt that the Sumo is a capable UV and can offer its services for many years without requiring much maintenance work. Here, we have a rendering uploaded by SRK Designs that shows a digitally rendered Tata Sumo 6x6 pickup truck. I must say, the digitally imagined model  looks quite badass and ready to counter some tough terrains.

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The 6X6 drivetrain setup alon with the pickup body style gives the Tata Sumo a completely new look. First, talking about the cosmetic changes, upfront, the regular grille is replaced by an old school unit. The halogen units are ditched for all-new LED headlights. For better illumination, it also features additional lamps mounted on the roof bar. 

Moreover, the front bumper has been chopped to offer extreme approach angle. It also gets more prominent wheel arches. The rendered Tata Sumo gets a single row cabin, and the rear passenger row is converted into a cargo bed. The trend of pick-up trucks is not that popular among the Indian buyers. They are mainly used for commercial purposes rather than personal use. However, this digitally imagined Tata Sumo 6x6 pickup truck is clearly why the market should warm up to these models. 

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The digitally rendered Sumo pick-up gets steel rims wrapped in off-road spec tyres. This customized Tata Sumo looks much more off-road-oriented than the regular version, which was mostly used to carry passegers and goods from one place to another. Mechanically, the discontinued Tata Sumo was powered by a 3.0-litre, four-pot engine that produced 84 bhp of maximum power at 3,000 rpm and a peak torque of 250 Nm at 1,000 rpm. Transmission duties were done by a 5-speed manual gearbox, and the SUV was rated to offer 14.7 kmpl of mileage.

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