Safari-Like Tata Xenon Could Be Cost-Effective Alternative to Toyota Hilux

Digital illustrators keep coming up with cool iterations of Indian cars. A rendering of new-gen Tata Xenon looks rad with Safari-like face

The Tata Xenon is one of the few pickup trucks in the Indian market. The lifestyle vehicle came with pretty good capabilities. However, it could not generate significant interest among Indian customers. With the likes of the Isuzu V-Cross, the pickup truck’s body style has started getting popular now. Car enthusiasts and automobile designers are always coming up with their own versions of their favorite vehicles. Now, a new illustration showcases the Tata Xenon with Impact 2.0 Design language seen on Safari and Harrier. Let’s take a closer look at the details!

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Rear Three Quarters of Safari-inspired New Gen Tata Xenon Toyota Hilux alternative

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The new render was shared on Instagram by NStreet Designs. It offers the new-gen rendition of the Tata Xenon with a Safari-inspired face. It features a ladder-frame chassis and a 4X4 layout with a limited-slip differential at the rear. The front fascia features a sturdy bumper with a metal portion around the chin. There is a light bar on the roof as well. The fluid aesthetics are matched with a sturdy build. Additional highlights include large MT tires with alloy wheels, a loading deck, and a roll bar in the loading bay. Overall, the Tata Xenon With Impact 2.0 Design looks tough yet stylish. Tell us if you would like to see some elements of the new Tata Xenon render in future editions.

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Tata Motors has launched the new Xenon Yodha in 2017, with a starting price of Rs 6.05 Lakh (Ex-showroom, New Delhi). It is supported by a 4 mm chassis frame with a strong rear axle with unitized double bearings. The 3.0-litre Common Rail Diesel engine offers high power and torque output. While the BSIII model offers 72 BHP/ 223 Nm, the BSIV model offers 85 BHP/ 250 Nm. Both the engines are paired with a 5-speed Manual Transmission. Safety features include Anti-roll Bars, 3-layered Body Construction, Crumple Zones, Collapsible Steering Column, Retractable Seatbelts, and Side Intrusion Beams.

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