Tata Motors has been amidst the process of testing its upcoming Harrier facelift which is why the test mule is being spotted on numerous occasions.
The test mule of the upcoming Tata Harrier facelift crashes and the results have been recorded in this latest video. Harrier is a popular premium mid-size SUV that a lot of people love. The reasons for that include its bold styling, unmissable road presence, premium interiors and rugged build quality. However, with the rise in competition in the segment, a facelift model is long overdue. Going by the latest spy shots and videos, it is clear that the facelift model is being tested out on the roads.
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Tata Harrier Facelift Test Mule Crashes
The video has been uploaded by Gurgaon1001 as YouTube Shorts. It captures a man travelling in his car who is recording the video. He spots a test mule of the Tata Harrier facelift on the side of the road. At first glance, it seems like the SUV is parked on the extreme edge of the road on the pedestrian path. However, the man in the video soon realises that there has been a mishap. The SUV hit a parked Maruti Ertiga and collided against the divider on the side of the road.
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The details of this crash are not available. But it looks like the crash didn’t occur at high speed. There is hardly any damage to either vehicle. But we don’t know how severely damaged the underbody of the Harrier could be since it ended up climbing onto the divider. In any case, it is certain that no one was injured in this event. The credit for that goes to the fact that the testing vehicle must’ve been at regular speed and the driver was able to apply brakes on time.
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The new Harrier is most likely going to come equipped with ADAS which has become a trend in the segment. In addition to that, we can expect a similar 2.0-litre diesel powertrain powering the SUV. The transmission duties will be carried by manual and automatic gearboxes. It remains to be seen if Tata Motors decides to offer a 4×4 drivetrain or a new turbo petrol engine. At the moment, the Harrier is priced from Rs 15 lakh to Rs 24.07 lakh, ex-showroom.
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