Tata Blackbird – A New Render Of Compact SUV

Tata Blackbird White Rendered

We have reported earlier that Tata Motors is planning to bring in a compact SUV (codenamed ‘Tata Blackbird’) to challenge Hyundai Creta, Kia Seltos and Nissan Kicks in India. Rumour has it that Tata’s Alfa and Omega platforms aren’t compatible for a mid-size SUV, therefore the company might introduce the re-badged Chery Tiggo 5X.

Besides carrying a new nameplate, the Chery Tiggo 5X for India might receive minor design and feature changes. While the official pictures and details of the Tata Blackbird are yet to be revealed, a latest digital rendering shows us a possible design.

Tata Blackbird Black Rendered

The Tata Blackbird SUV will feature the new Impact 2.0 Design philosophy along with elements such as large headlamps with LED DRLs (daytime running lights), a slimmer grille with 3D Humanity line, tri arrow shaped fog lamps, prominent wheel arches, a sloping roofline and slimmer tail lamps. Read – 5 All-New Tata Cars To Unveil At 2020 Auto Expo

Interior of the Tata Blackbird is still mystery to us. Though, we can expect it to come with a large touchscreen infotainment system with Apple CarPlay, Android Auto and MirrorLink support. The new compact SUV will also meet the new safety norms by offering mandatory safety features. Read – Tata Harrier Dual Tone Price & Details

For power, the Blackbird might use slightly tweaked version of the Nexon’s 1.2L turbocharged petrol engine. The SUV lineup could also be offered with a diesel (1.5L) and an electric powertrain. As far as launch is concerned, Tata Blackbird might see a release sometime in 2021.

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