From Sierra to CURVV, check much-awaited upcoming vehicles of Tata
The Indian car manufacturer Tata celebrated its 5 million production vehicle passenger achievement on Friday. With this new milestone, the company is leaving no stone unturned in providing well-built and feature-loaded vehicles to customers. The report revealed that in order to woo all Indian car enthusiasts in the country the firm is all set to introduce some of its major lineups in the upcoming years.
From SUVs to hatchbacks to electric vehicles, the firm has some major plans to set a new benchmark in the auto industry. It has been reported that the company is likely to make some major changes in its top-selling Tiago hatchback and Nexon, and will launch the Curvv EV and king-size SUV Sierra by end of 2024 or the start of 2025.
Check upcoming vehicles of Tata
The Indian carmakers recently teased the customers with its much-awaited vehicle named Curvv EV’s concept avatar at AutoExpo 2023. Since then, the customers kept on searching for details about the vehicles desperately. According to all the speculations and sources, it has been reported that the vehicle is likely to hit the roads somewhere around mid of 2024 or the end of 2024.
If launched, the EV will come in both petrol-engine and electric versions. Talking about the fuel one first, it might feature a new 1.2L turbo engine that will generate 125PS and 225Nm of peak torque. However, the EV specs are not known yet.
Tata Harrier EV
Teased at AutoExpo 2023 its concept version, the vehicle is likely to back its comeback in an electric version at the start or mid-2024. As far as the changes are concerned, it has been reported that the firm is likely to retain its signature styling and might carry forward some of the features from its current petrol version.
There is no doubt in saying that every single person has been waiting for the king-size SUV Sierra. Since its official presence at AutoExpo 2023, the vehicle became the talk of the town.
If rumors are to be believed, the company has a plan to launch the vehicle somewhere around December 2025. The SUV will come with a measurement of around 4.3 metres in length and features the company’s Gen 2 platform, which already achieved a lot of applause from critics.