Pune, 24th January 2024: In today’s era, electric vehicles (EVs) have gained significant popularity, prompting Tata Company to focus on developing electric cars. Recently, Tata introduced the Tata Punch EV, and there are reports suggesting an imminent launch of the Tata Harrier EV. The Tata Harrier, admired by many, is expanding its lineup to include an electric variant, showcased as a concept at the 2023 Auto Expo. Notably, leaked patent images of the Tata Harrier EV have surfaced online, giving enthusiasts a glimpse of its design.
Regarding the pricing of the Tata Harrier EV, Tata has not officially disclosed details, but media reports indicate a potential starting price of Rs 30 lakh, with the top variant reaching up to Rs 35 lakh. The Harrier EV is anticipated to be a formidable electric SUV, with powerful features aligning with Tata’s reputation. While the launch date remains unconfirmed, speculations suggest a possible debut by the year 2025.
The leaked patent design reveals a futuristic look for the Tata Harrier EV, featuring distinctive elements. The front showcases a large and stylish black-and-white-colored grille, complemented by LED daytime running lights (DRL) and tail lights, adding to the car’s unique appeal.
Moving on to the interior, the Tata Harrier EV is designed for comfort and practicality. With seating for five, the compact SUV boasts a spacious interior. Notable features include a large digital instrument cluster supporting Android Auto and Apple CarPlay, ensuring a modern and connected driving experience.
Built on the OMEGA Arc platform, the Tata Harrier EV comes equipped with a substantial battery pack, surpassing that of the Nexon EV. The dual-motor configuration promises a range of 500 km. Anticipated features in this electric SUV encompass a 12.3″ touchscreen display, ventilated front seats, and a panoramic sunroof.
Tata’s commitment to safety is reflected in the expected features of the Harrier EV. Envisaged safety components include seven airbags, ESP (Electronic Stability Program), ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems), TPMS (Tire Pressure Monitoring System), and a 360° camera, ensuring a comprehensive safety package for occupants.