The Tata Harrier.EV has been revealed at the Bharat Mobility Expo. Tata Motors is making significant strides in the electric vehicle sector in our market. Currently, it holds the dominant position with over 80% market share in EV sales. This remarkable achievement is attributed to three key products – Nexon EV, Tiago EV, and Tigor EV. The recent addition of the Punch EV further solidifies their presence in this segment. Looking ahead, the Indian automotive giant has ambitious plans to broaden its EV portfolio. To achieve that, it showcased the Harrier.EV recently. Let us glance through the details of what it embodies.
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Tata Harrier.EV Revealed at Bharat Mobility Expo
This video comes from Raftaar 7811 on YouTube. The host mentions the presence of the Harrier.EV at the Bharat Mobility Expo. The exterior styling is quite appealing even though it draws a lot of inspiration from the existing ICE variant. At the front, there is a broad grille section with a full-width LED light bar on the edge of the bonnet. Additionally, there is a massive component under the bumper which is completely different from the regular model. In fact, these inserts highlight its electric credentials. On the sides, the alloy wheels are futuristic. The side profile looks sporty with the floating roof effect and pronounced wheel arches. At the rear, the onlookers get a modern view with a connected LED taillamp, roof-mounted spoiler and a sporty bumper with a rugged skid plate.
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Tata Motors has been tight-lipped about the specifications of the Harrier.EV. Still, we know that it is based on the new acti.ev architecture which also underpins the recently launched Punch EV. Therefore, it will get a roomy cabin and the option of a dual-motor AWD configuration. Also, it will most likely carry a larger battery pack in comparison to the Nexon EV. That could extend its range to north of 500 km. Apart from that, it could also feature ADAS and the latest tech, connectivity and convenience features. That is bound to entice a lot of new customers despite an anticipated high price point.
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Tata Motors is strategically positioned to maintain its dominance in the Indian electric vehicle domain, capitalizing on the success of its Internal Combustion Engine (ICE) models in the market. The four upcoming EVs following this approach include Nexon EV, Tiago EV, Tigor EV, and Punch EV. To bolster this lineup, Harrier EV and Safari EV will be introduced. Adding to the excitement is the upcoming CURVV, which is expected to feature a dedicated platform. Peering into the future, the anticipated arrival of the Avinya indicates that the next couple of years will be profoundly transformative for the Indian automotive brand.
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