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Tata Motors to Launch 7 New Cars in Next 2 Years

Upcoming Tata Cars

Take a look at the new upcoming Tata Motors Cars in India in 2019 and 2020 – price, specs, images.

Seeing the positive sentiments towards the brand, Tata Motors is now aiming to launch a series of new cars in the country. The company had launched the Tigor, Tiago and Nexon compact SUV, and all three products received excellent response from buyers. At the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo, Tata introduced its new-generation IMPACT 2.0 design philosophy. This new design language is sharper and bolder version of the old theory. While the former will underpin the upcoming Tata cars including Harrier and 45X, the latter one served as basis of Tiago, Tigor, Hexa and Nexon.

In retrospect, Tata cars have evolved not just in aesthetic terms, but there has been an overall change from interior to the in-cabin tech etc. With two new SUVs and several premium models line-up for launch, we bring a sneak peek of upcoming Tata cars that will be launched in 2019 and 2020.

Upcoming Tata Cars In 2019, 2020

1. Tata Tigor Electric

The next in our list of upcoming Tata cars in India is the electric version of the Tigor compact sedan. The Tigor electric made its public debut at the Delhi Auto Expo 2018 in February. The home-grown carmaker is manufacturing the vehicle at its Sanand plant in Gujarat, and rolled out its first batch in December 2017.  The Tigor EVs will be supplied to state-run Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) in two phases. While the first batch had 250 units, the phase 2 will include 100 units. The Tigor EV model has been quoted at Rs 10.16 lakh (excluding GST) along with a 5 year warranty. Under the hood, the electric sedan houses a liquid-cooled 29.8kW electric drive motor generating a peak power of 39.95bhp. This powertrain is claimed to offer an electric driving range of 100km. The electric version of the sedan has been designed on the modified XO platform that is relatively a low-cost platform.

Expected Price – Rs 10.16 lakh

Launch Date – 2019

2. Tata Tiago Electric

The Tata Tigor electric was one of the EVs from the home-grown carmaker showcased at the Auto Expo 2018. Just so you know, the vehicle made its global debut in its concept form at the Low Carbon Emission Vehicles Show (LCV) in UK in October, 2017. While the electric car has been developed by Tata Motors European Techncial Centre, its production will take place at the company’s Sanand plant in Gujarat. Unlike the Tigor electric that has smaller capacity powertrain, the Tiago EV comes equipped with the liquid-cooled 85kW electric drive motor producing a peak torque of 240Nm. It can accelerate 0-100kmph in less than 11 seconds, and offer a top speed of 135kmph. The electric range of the vehicle stands over 100kms. This model carries a kerb weight of 104k0gs, thus making it 20kgs lighter than the Tiago diesel. The company could also opt for the Tigor’s electric powertrain for this small hatchback, which should help the brand to achieve aggressive pricing.

Expected Price – Rs 8 lakh – Rs 10 lakh

Launch Date – 2019

3. Tata Harrier

At the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo, Tata Motors had showcased the H5X SUV concept. The company is now ready to launch the production version of this concept. Called the Tata Harrier, the 5-seater SUV will be powered by a 2.0-litre KRYOTEC diesel engine sourced from Jeep Compass. This engine is capable of producing a maximum power output of 140bhp and a peak torque of 320Nm. Initially, the SUV will only be offered in manual front-wheel-drive layout. The SUV will be equipped with several segment-leading features like widescreen 8.8-inch touchscreen infotainment system with Android Auto, Apple CarPlay, MirrorLink, Navigation and reverse camera, leather seats, electrically adjustable driver’s seat, automatic climate control, etc. In terms of pricing, the SUV will be positioned between the Hyundai Creta and the Jeep Compass.

Expected Price – Rs 13 lakh – Rs 18 lakh

Launch Date – January 2019

4. Tata 45X Hatchback 

Tata 45X Upcoming Tata Cars in India

Showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo in February, the Tata 45X concept previews the futuristic design language of the company’s upcoming premium hatchback. It’s one of the Tata’s first cars to be based on the new-gen IMPACT Design 2.0 design language and Advanced Modular platform. It will also mark the brand’s entry into the premium hatchback space, where it will take on the Maruti Suzuki Baleno, Hyundai i20, Volkswagen Polo and Honda Jazz. The premium hatchback will be designed with collective inputs from Tata’s design studios in UK, Italy and Pune. Tata might also use some of the design bits from the upcoming Nexon SUV. Mechanical support on the hatchback will most likely come from the 4-cylinder petrol & diesel engines which will either be built on Bolt’s cast-iron or Tiago’s lightweight aluminium engines. These engines will get a choice of manual of automatic engines.

Expected Price – Rs 5 lakh – Rs 8 lakh

Launch Date – 2019

5. Tata H7X

Tata H7X SUV Image is used for representation purpose only.

It’s no secret that Tata Motors is working a premium 7-seater SUV to challenge the Toyota Fortuner and Ford Endeavour. Expected to be named Tata H7X, this new SUV will be the brand’s second product to use the Land Rover Discovery Sport’s platform. Similar to the new upcoming Tata cars, the H7X will feature the new IMPACT design 2.0 language. In Tata’s line-up, it will be positioned above the H5X 5-seater SUV and will draw power from the 170bhp, 2.0-litre MJD-II diesel engine. It’s the same powertrain that does duty in the Jeep Compass. The engine is expected to come with a six-speed manual and a ZF-sourced 9-speed automatic gearbox along with an optional AWD system.

Expected Price – Rs 18 lakh – Rs 22 lakh

Launch Date – 2019 or 2020

6. Tata Premium Sedan

Tata New Sedan

One of the much-awaited upcoming Tata cars in India, the all-new premium sedan is scheduled to make its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 2018. Though, the vehicle will be previewed in its concept avatar. Based on Tata’s new Advanced Modular Platform (AMP) architecture, the new Tata sedan will be stacked up against the Hyundai Verna, Honda City and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz. The carmaker released a couple of teaser pictures of the vehicle revealing its silhouette. Designed at the carmaker’s design studios in Italy, Turin and UK, the new sedan will feature all LED headlamps, silver design element underlining the front grille and sloping bonnet. It might share some of its design elements and features with the upcoming Tata 45X hatchback. Engine details are yet to be revealed. Though, it is likely to share its powertrains with the Nexon compact SUV – i.e. a 1.2L Revtron petrol and a 1.5L Revtroq diesel unit.

Expected Price – Rs 8 lakh – Rs 13 lakh

Launch Date – 2020

7. Tata Hornbill

The homegrown automaker is also working on a new micro-SUV, codenamed Hornbill to challenge the likes of Maruti Ignis and Mahindra KUV100. To be based on Tata’s new Alpha platform, this small SUV will be positioned below the Nexon compact SUV. It will be powered by a 1.2-litre Revotron petrol and 1.5-litre Revotorq diesel engine. Both these engines will be compliant with upcoming BS6 emission norms. The SUV will be designed on the brand’s new IMPACT 2.0 DESIGN philosophy.

Expected Price – Rs 5 lakh

Launch Date – 2020 or 2021



  1. Sukhsohan

    September 23, 2017 at 8:10 AMSep

    Tata is most trusted brand of Indian market , in few years this brand will become a no 1 BRAND . Because I have purchased a new Tata zest 2014 which gives a mileage up to 26 km/Ltd diesel & have much more features than swift dezire with less price.

  2. vinod kahar

    October 31, 2017 at 8:10 PMOct

    Tata is most trusted brand of Indian market , in few years this brand will become a no 1 BRAND . Bec. Of now
    tata quality improve and service also Improve. And much more features .
    It value for money.

  3. Mak C

    April 10, 2018 at 8:10 PMApr

    Why does TATAs display wonders in shows and then manufacture super ordinary looking cars when it comes to business? They have the capacity, why not the will?

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