The immediate future of the Indian automobile industry looks exciting with tons of new launches planned for 2023.
Here is the list of 5 upcoming cars from Tata Motors in 2023. The Indian carmaker has been climbing the sales ladder swiftly over the last couple of years in our market and has established itself as the third-largest carmaker in the country in terms of monthly sales. It plans to further bolster its position which is why there are around 5 launches planned for the coming year. Let us take a look at these here.
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5 Upcoming Cars from Tata Motors
Tata is betting big on EVs as its Nexon EV and Tigor EV have already captured over 70% of the market. Punch has been received well by the customers due to its SUV-ish stance, 5-star safety rating and rugged build along with the latest features. Now, Tata wants to capitalise on that popularity by introducing an electric version of the same with a claimed range of over 300 km. It will use the same Ziptron Technology that the other EVs from Tata have.
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Harrier has been present in the market for over 3 years now and is in a dire need of a facelift. The test mule under heavy camouflage has been seen multiple times and the final product might just be around the corner as well. As per the reports, it would continue to come powered by the 2.0-litre diesel mill but some rumours also suggest the comeback of the 2.2-litre Dicor diesel or a new petrol powertrain.
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To further expand its EV portfolio, Tata Motors is also planning the electric version of the Harrier. Ever since Mahindra announced its range of EVs for the next 3 years, the competition in the market has increased. To remain on the same footing as Mahindra, Tata has its own plans of launching the electric version of the Harrier. It could even get the AWD.
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Knowing how things work with the Harrier and Safari, we can expect a facelift version of the Safari just like the Harrier. The talking point will have to be the ADAS functions that are slowly becoming the norm these days. We can safely assume that the powertrain options on the Safari will be identical to the Harrier.
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Last but not least, the much-talked-about, Blackbird mid-size SUV is also under wraps. The Creta-rivalling SUV is designed to capture the market segment between the Nexon and Harrier. As per some reports online, it could come powered by a 1.2-litre turbo petrol and a 1.5-litre diesel engine. For the official announcement on this, we will have to wait for a little while.