Digital creators develop interesting versions of popular products and this convertible iteration of the Tata Harrier proves just how good they have gotten.
Not many could have conceptualized a convertible edition of a Tata Harrier to make it look like a luxury Roadster. Harrier is an SUV that has gained massive traction from customers ever since its inception back in 2019. The bold exterior, rugged body and premium interiors captured the attention of people wanting a premium SUV without having to shell out crazy bucks. Leveraging that popularity, SRK Designs has devised this compelling avatar of the SUV.
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Tata Harrier Convertible Roadster
The front fascia of the Harrier concept features a horizontal grille pattern reminiscent of the iconic Aston Martin, the sleek LED DRLs are tucked nicely on either side of the broad grille, SRK lettering has been inscribed on the bonnet, the LED headlamps are positioned on the sides of the stylish bumper, the black skid plate completes the tough SUV appearance of this illustration. The major talking point is the side profile which features beefy wheel arches, and adventurous black alloy wheels with a dual 9-spoke layout, while the rear doors have been omitted.
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Furthermore, the roof has been taken off lending it a sporty look that is seen on some popular German roadsters. The rear end has been trimmed and the bucket seats have been installed on the SUV which is typically found in such luxury cars. The A-pillar is what is left and is finished in black for added sportiness. The side profile is devoid of any funky creases or characteristic lines. Nevertheless, this digital iteration of the Tata Harrier in the form of a two-door luxury roadster is a treat to the eyes.
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The regular Tata Harrier comes with a 2.0-litre diesel engine that belts out 170 PS and 350 Nm of peak power and torque respectively. The transmission duties are carried out by either a 6-speed manual or an automatic gearbox. The prices of the Harrier range between Rs 14.65 lakh and Rs 21.95 lakh, ex-showroom. The direct rivals include the likes of Mahindra XUV700 and MG Hector. How did you like this unique digital rendition of the popular SUV?