Tata Gravitas will doubtless be launched in early 2021 and it is going to be supplied in six- and seven-seat configurations
Tata Motors debuted the manufacturing model of the Gravitas on the Geneva Motor Present final 12 months below the Buzzard title and it was showcased on the 2020 Auto Expo. Anticipate to go on sale someday this 12 months, the launch plans have clearly been disrupted by the well being disaster. The three-row model of the Harrier will extra doubtless attain showrooms within the early elements of 2021.
The Gravitas has constantly been noticed testing on public roads and the newest set of photographs caught on digital camera reveals the premium SUV driving on newly designed alloy wheels. It was earlier spied shod on 17-inch dual-tone machine minimize alloy wheels that may also be discovered within the Harrier. Nevertheless, the brand new wheels look like 18-inchers they usually have a single-tone design with 9 spokes to be exact in an aluminium end.
The three-row SUV will turn out to be the second automobile underpinned by the OMEGA (Optimum Modular Environment friendly International Superior) structure. The platform derived from Land Rover’s D8 permits a sturdy construct because the Harrier is likely one of the hardest and nicely put collectively SUVs you possibly can discover within the below Rs. 20 lakh worth vary and the Gravitas will likely be no completely different.
The brand new 18-inch wheels could possibly be supplied within the top-end variants they usually look to have taken inspiration from Vary Rover. The Gravitas will go up towards MG Hector Plus, next-generation Mahindra XUV500 and the upcoming seven-seater Hyundai Creta certain for 2021. Whereas it retains an identical wheelbase to the Harrier, it will get a barely taller rear overhang to accommodate the third row of seats.
As for the size, it measure 4,661 mm lengthy, 1,894 mm vast, and stands 1,786 mm tall with a wheelbase size of two,741 mm. It’s 63 mm longer, 72 mm wider and 80 mm taller in comparison with its five-seater sibling. It does get delicate exterior adjustments in comparison with the Harrier and the cabin comes with a dual-tone theme. The options checklist will largely be comparable because the 8.8-inch floating touchscreen infotainment system, nine-speaker JBL audio, seven-inch TFT instrumentation, leather-based seats, and so forth will likely be out there.
Will probably be powered by the BSVI compliant 2.0-litre four-cylinder Kryotec diesel engine discovered within the Harrier. It produces a most energy output of 170 PS and 350 Nm of peak torque, and it is going to be paired with both a six-speed handbook or a six-speed torque converter automated sourced from Hyundai with Terrain Response System and three driving modes.