Tata Harrier Facelift likely debut at auto expo, details inside

New Delhi: Vehicle manufacturer Tata Motors is preparing to introduce its new models in India soon. Which can be unveiled at the Auto Expo 2023 to be held in January. Harrier facelift and Safari facelift can also be seen in these cars.

Will be equipped with ADAS

The company has already started testing the Harrier facelift, which is expected to hit the roads by next year. The new SUV will come with significant design and interior changes along with some advanced technologies. In terms of tech upgrade, the biggest change will be seen in the form of Advanced Driver Assistance System. This ADAS technology is expected to get autonomous emergency braking, blind spot monitoring, lane assist, adaptive cruise control, automatic high beam, collision mitigation system and other features, along with 360-degree cameras for ease of driving and parking. Will be done.

These will be the changes

The Tata Harrier facelift will get a lot of changes on the inside with a large touchscreen infotainment system and central console. Along with this, wireless Android Auto and Apple CarPlay will also be supported with voice commands. The SUV will come with connected car technology. Talking about the looks, the new Harrier will get new headlamp setup, new grille and air dam with straight slats and integrated radar and changes at the front. Along with this, new alloy wheels can also be found in it.


The new Harrier facelift will also get the existing 2.0L diesel engine. It will get the option of both manual and automatic gearbox. Tata Safari is also expected to get similar changes.

Who will compete with?

The new Tata Harrier facelift will compete with the upcoming facelifted Hyundai Creta. The car will continue to be offered with the existing 1.5-litre NA petrol engine, 1.5-litre diesel engine and a 1.4-litre turbo-petrol engine option. But it is likely to get a lot of changes in its looks, interiors and features. However, it will get to see less boot space as compared to Tata Harrier.

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