The production-ready Tata H2X micro SUV will stay close to its concept.
Tata H2X, the micro SUV concept, had its world premiere at the 2019 Geneva International Motor Show. While the launch of its production-ready model is likely to happen by mid 2020, we’ve seen its first digital rendering revealing its possible design. The production-ready version of the micro SUV will carry most of its design bits and squarish stance from the concept.
Upfront, the Tata H2X features functional headlamps, muscular bumper, signature grille with Tata badge and pronounced bonnet. While the fancy concept wheels are replaced with regular multi-spoke alloys, the bash plate with silver finish remains unchanged. Other styling elements include bold shoulder creses, wing mirrors with black cladding and high ground clearance. Read – Tata Altroz & Altroz EV Explained In Picture Gallery
Tata HX2 Picture Gallery
The Tata H2X micro SUV concept has been based on the brand’s new Alfa (Agile Light Flexible Advance) platform and measures 3840mm in length, 1822mm in width and 1635mm in height. It has a wheelbase of 2450mm. Official engine details are yet to be revealed. Though, it’s reported to come with a 1.2L petrol powertrain along with manual and automatic transmission options. Read – Tata Buzzard Will Be Bigger Than Mahindra XUV50 & MG Hector
The production-ready version of the Tata H2X micro SUV concept is likely to debut at the Delhi Auto Expo that’s scheduled to happen in February, 2020. The launch might take place by the end of next year. In India, it will be placed against the production version of the Maruti Suzuki Future S concept and the upcoming Hyundai micro SUV.
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