Tata H2X SUV concept was the showstopper for the company at the Geneva Motor Show.
Tata Motors today unveiled four new models at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. The showcased lineup includes Tata Buzzard 7-seater SUV, Tata H2X micro SUV concept, Tata Altroz premium hatchback and Tata Altroz EV (electric). The Tata H2X concept, which was the show stopper for the company at the International Motor Show, previews the production version of the Hornbill mini SUV.
The production-ready Tata H2X is likely to have its world debut at the 2020 Delhi Auto Expo, followed by its launch later in the year. The mini SUV concept shares a few design bits with the H5X concept including front bumper with tri-arrow pattern and LED DRLs (daytime running lights). Though, the H2X concept features more pronounced, boxier and upright stance. Read – Tata Altroz Hatchback Launch Details Revealed
Tata H2X Compact SUV Concept Pictures
The Tata H2X concept is based on the Alfa modular platform and features Impact Design 2.0 language. The carmaker claims that the mini SUV will offer “exemplary performance, future-ready connectivity and outstanding interior room”. Read – Tata Buzzard 7-Seater SUV Is Coming This Year
The new Tata subcompact SUV will measure around 3.8 metres in length and its wheelbase will be around 50mm shorter than the Altroz premium hatchback. While the engine details of the Tata H2X mini SUV concept are still under the wraps, it’s likely to be offered with a 1.2L Revotron petrol. Read – Read: Tata Blackbird SUV Under Development; Details Revealed
In the company’s India product lineup, the Tata H2X SUV will sit below the Nexon and take on the Mahindra KUV100, the production version of the Maruti Suzuki Future S concept and the upcoming Hyundai mini SUV.
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