This Modified Tata Harrier Looks Stunning With Two-Tone Colour Scheme And H5X Decals [Video]
Launched in January 2019, the Tata Harrier has become one of the most popular SUVs in the market. Besides, it also holds a great potential for customisation, which has been portrayed by this modified example
Before we proceed with the details on a neatly modified Tata Harrier, let’s first have a look at the video that shows the customized vehicle in all its glory.
This Tata Harrier has been modified with a dual-tone paint scheme and H5X decals.
This modified Tata Harrier comes with a two-tone colour with Ariel Grey as the base paint while the pillars and the roof come with a black finish. The alloy wheels and the door handles feature a new colour, too. Red accents have been added to the radiator grille. The front doors sport large H5X decals and the rear doors get red hexagonal decals. The customization job is limited to only the cosmetic updates.
The Tata Harrier was launched three months ago and is available with a wide range of top-notch features at a competitive price point. In fact, these are among the factors that has helped it garner a sales number of 1,454 units from January to March 2019. The SUV is being sold in five colour options: Thermisto Gold, Telesto Grey, Orcus White, Ariel Silver and Calisto Coppe. Last month, even an “Atlas Black” colour option was enlisted in a price list of a dealer. However, Tata’s official website has not announced anything about the addition of the new colour option.
The Tata Harrier was launched in January and has recorded a decent sales number since then.
The Tata Harrier receives its power from a 2.0-litre Multijet II turbocharged diesel motor sourced from FCA. Called “Kryotec”, this enigne uses an electronic Variable Geometry Turbocharger (eVGT). It can generate up to 140 PS against 350 Nm. The transmission duties are undertaken by a 6-speed manual gearbox. Recent spy images of the Tata Harrier’s automatic version has indicated that the AT’s introduction is not far away.Moreover, a 7-seater version called the Cassini (Buzzard), a petrol version along with an AWD system will be introduced in the foreseeable future.