Tata Sierra became one of the most iconic products in our market in the early 2000s. In this era of EVs, this concept all-electric version of the Sierra could give a tough fight to the MG ZS EV.
MG ZS EV could face a daunting challenge if Tata ever decides to introduce the all-electric version of the iconic Sierra in our market. Bimbledesigns have come up with a purposeful concept of what a Sierra could look like in this age of EVs. Tata is already an undisputed market leader in the Indian EV space with its Nexon EV and Tigor EV. Going forward, like other OEMs, it plans to expand its electrified portfolio too where a version of the Sierra could very well be a possibility.
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Tata Sierra EV As The MG ZS EV Rival
The images indicate that a lot of detail has gone into developing this attractive concept to make it look totally futuristic. The front end carries the modern design language of Tata products with slim LED DRLs on the top and the main headlamps on the sides of the bumper, the front also features a sporty and rugged skid plate, bullrod installed for bumper protection and a winch. There is a green ambient lighting element on the sealed front grille area because EVs don’t need open space to pull the air in. Additionally, the Sierra EV concept has auxiliary lights installed on the roof rack atop the roof rails to give it a wild and raw demeanour.
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The side profile provided a detailed glimpse of the high ground clearance, thanks to the massive alloy wheels with high profile off-roading tyres. The rear window glass looks fixed as a homage to the original Sierra. To ease the ingress and egress due to the tall stance, side steps are fitted on the sides. The rear section is quite exciting too. The sheer minimalistic design language screams its electric credentials which is a huge departure from the traditional ICE-powered vehicles on the market today. The rear has a sleek LED taillight strip running across the width of the SUV. The orthodox brake lights are positioned on the sides as well.
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Underneath the rear bumper is where you would find an intricately designed skid plate to protect the bumper in off-roading scenarios. The boot lid also hosts the ‘Tata’ and ‘Sierra’ badging. The bold graphics extend a sporty appearance to the SUV too. Let us know what you think of this unique and enticing EV concept of the Tata Sierra and could it take on the MG ZS EV?