Tata H2X concept had its world debut at the Geneva Motor Show in March, 2019. The production version of the mini SUV has been confirmed for the Indian market, and is reported to debut at the 2020 Auto Expo. While official launch of the vehicle are months away, we’ve already seen its multiple renderings. However, this one appears close to reality.
Internally known as Tata Hornbill (H2X), the new mini SUV features a sporty bumper, closely positioned headlamps and fog lights separated via black strip, large LED DRLs, a high set sculpted bonnet, trapezoidal wheel arches, bold shoulder creases and black plastic cladding all around the body. The rear door handles are mounted on the pillar. The black treatment on the alloy wheels, upper and lower grille and roof add more to its sporty appearance. Read – 10 Interesting Facts About Tata H2X
Tata H2X Concept Picture Gallery
Similar to the upcoming Tata Altroz premium hatchback, the production-ready Tata H2X will underpin the Advanced Modular Platform (AMP). It will be sub-4 meter in length (3.8m) with 1.8m width, 1.6m height and 2.5m of wheelbase. A recent report suggests that the Tata H2X will share over 70% of its components with the Altroz hatchback.
Tata’s new mini SUV based on the H2X concept is likely to be offered with petrol engine only. It might get the new, naturally aspirated 1.2L, 3-cylinder petrol engine that will debut in the Tata Altroz. There will be two transmissions on offer – a 5-speed manual (standard) and a 5-speed AMT (optional).
Rendering By – IAB