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New Tata Sierra Might Make A Comeback In A Modern Avatar: Hints Pratap Bose

Tata Motors head of design, Pratap Bose said that the company would love to re-introduce the iconic Tata Sierra and Sumo nameplates in India

It is no secret that Tata Motors is gaining positive response for its new breed of cars from buyers in India. The company will soon launch the exciting Tata Harrier 5-seater premium SUV, and is working on a range of new exciting cars in the near future. Speculations are on rife that Tata Motors could bring back the iconic Sierra nameplate, though officials were tight-lipped on the development. In a latest development, Pratap Bose, Head of Design at Tata Motors said that the next-gen Sierra would be a very cool car to launch.

Speaking to AutoCar India, Pratap Bose, said, “A lot of people want to see the Sierra back. I don’t know if that would work or not, in some form, but I think a new Sierra would be a very cool car to do, actually.” Also See – New-Gen Tata Sierra Rendered

Not just Sierra, the company is also considering a modern-day Sumo. However, Pratap Bose believes that the vehicles have changed dramatically over the last two decades and it would require thorough investigation before reviving any of these 2 SUVs. The Sumo did well for the homegrown automaker, though taste of buyers is now changed. The next-gen Sumo would continue to be a people-mover, but would have different characteristics and design. ReadTata Sierra Is A Special Car – These 5 Facts Prove It

Tata Sierra, the most loved 3-door SUV produced by Tata Motors during 90s, was one of the finest SUVs of its time. It was the first made-in-India SUV from homegrown automaker, which debuted several segment-first features. It was the most expensive SUV during 90s, which was the major reason behind the low sale. A modern day Sierra based on new platform, featuring new engines & modern tech could be a huge hit in the growing SUV market.  Also See – Tata Sierra Or Safari – What Could Be The Name For Harrier’s 7-Seater Model

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