Tata Motors has showcased the name of its upcoming &-seater SUV which they have named to be Gravitas. The SUV was up until now known as the Buzzard or maybe the seven-seater Harrier. It was first unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show.
The Gravitas is formulated on the concept of Harrier. It should not come out as a surprise, it shares most of the latter’s design cues. The rear end will be redesigned for the accommodation of the third row. It is going to be a little larger than the Harrier for the accommodation of the extra seats.
Dimensions Revealed –
In comparison to Tata Harrier, there is a slight difference in the formulation of Tata Gravitas. The length of Tata Harrier is 4598mm while the Gravitas is 4661mm (+63mm)
Speaking of the width and height, Tata Harrier encircles with the dimension of 1894mm and 1706mm respectively. On the other hand, the width and height of Tata Gravitas is going to be 1894mm and 1786mm (+80mm) respectively.
The dimension of the wheelbase for both the car models is the same which is 2741mm.
The powertrain specified with the same 2.0-litre diesel engine. You will also see the same in the Harrier but comes with a more powerful state of tune. The specifications could match like those of the Jeep Compass. Here you will be able to find BS6 SUV makes 170PS of power and 350Nm of torque.
From Harrier’s six-speed manual transmission the transfer to the Gravitas will be done, along with the addition of a Hyundai-sourced six-speed automatic to the options list.
Tata is working on the petrol engine for the Harrier. We could visualize the same and the Gravitas both getting the engine latter in 2020. Speaking of the features, the Gravitas will be similarly loads like the Harrier. Tata may choose to offer a panoramic sunroof in the Buzzard and bigger wheels too.
The Gravitas was supposed to be launched in December 2019. But Tata has shifted the launch to February 2020. When launched, we are expecting it to come with a premium of Rs 1 lakh over the Harrier. It will initially become the rival of the upcoming 7-seater versions of the MG Hector and the next generation 2020 Mahindra XUV500.
Utsha Roy is an aspiring writer who has been gaining knowledge on various genres. Delving into the different cars and gadget news, she has also engaged herself into showcasing latest vehicles and gadgets news and reviews over Autonmobiles.com
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