Tata Motors recently teased a new electric SUV for the Indian market which will make its concept debut on 6 April 2022.
Tata Motors has released another teaser for its upcoming Electric SUV concept which seems to be the upcoming coupe-style mid-size SUV Nexon. It’s not a secret that Tata motor working on a new mid-size SUV for the Indian market which will fit between Nexon and Harrier in the branch lineup. It seems a homegrown manufacturer will give you this upcoming SUV as an electric concept car on 6th April 2022. The latest video teaser for the upcoming electric vehicle concept gives us a few clues about the exterior design which looks sleek.
The SUV will have split headlines set up led daytime running lights stretching horizontally across the front of the bonnet along with triangle LED lights positioned below in the front bumper. Apart from there we also see a few glimpses of the sloping rare windscreen and Sporty roof-mounted spoiler. The SUV seems to have a coupe-inspired design which has already been speculated for over a year now.
Other design elements seem to have include roof rails unique alloy wheels brands logo on the hub EV badging and so on. That being said this concept EV does look quite interesting and we are excited about the debut. Tata’s production car usually isn’t too far off their concept version at least in terms of exterior design. As such we expect this concept electric vehicle to be showcased not as a design study but as a model that is partway through the development stage.
Tata’s upcoming midsize SUV will be available in an internal combustion engine as well as in an all-electric powertrain. The EV version is expected to go on sale first likely around early next year to rival with likes of Hyundai Kona electric and mg zs EV in India. On 6th April 2022, we hope that manufacturer will unveil the technical specification of the SUV during the concept debut.
The internal combustion engine version will arrive later likely in the second half of 2023. It is expected to get 2 powertrain choices which are a 1.5-liter turbocharged petrol unit and a 1.5-liter turbocharged diesel unit. Both come coupled with manual and automatic gearbox an optional likely to offer. The IC engine version of this upcoming SUV will be compared against Hyundai Creta Kia Seltos Volkswagen taigun Skoda Kushaq.