Tata Motors will showcase four new models based on the new Alfa and Omega platforms.
The 89th Geneva International Motor Show is all set to begin in March, 2019. The automobile event will be held from 7th to 17th March at Palexpo in Geneva. Tata Motors, the home-grown carmaker, will showcase four new models based on the new Alfa and Omega platforms. While the carmaker hasn’t yet revealed the names of the vehicles, it’s likely to be the Tata Harrier 7-seater SUV (H7X), 45X concept based premium hatchback and Hornbill micro SUV.
Rumor has it that the fourth model could be an electric vehicle based on the Alpha platform. The carmaker recently confirmed that it will soon unveil an all-new electric vehicle that will remind of the Tata Evision sedan concept. The latter one, however, is based on the Omega platform. With its new breed of cars, Tata aims to cover 90% of the market in India by 2022.
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Talking about the Tata 45X, the production version of the premium hatchback is reported to be named Aquilla. To be positioned against the Maruti Suzuki Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20, the new Tata hatch will see a release in mid 2019 (possibly in August). It will be Tata’s first production car to be based the Alpha platform and the second model to feature next-generation IMPACT 2.0 Design philosophy. Read: Tata Harrier SUV – Each & Every Detail
Tata Motors will also foray into micro SUV space with the Hornbill that might make its debut in its concept avatar next month. In India, the Tata Hornbill will be stacked up against the Maruti Suzuki Ignis and Mahindra KUV100. The Tata Harrier 7-seater (H7X) SUV will be the fourth big launch from the home-grown carmaker in India. The company has confirmed that the production-ready H7X will go on sale by the end of this year.
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