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Tata Harrier SUV – Top 5 Design Highlights

Tata Harrier Official Launch

Here, we will discuss the five design highlights of the production-ready Tata Harrier SUV.

Tata Motors has finally revealed the exterior design and styling of the production-ready Harrier SUV. As promised, the production version of the vehicle stays very true to the H5X concept that was previewed at the 2018 Auto Expo. However, there are some minor changes made to the final model. Here, we will discuss the five design highlights of the production-ready Tata Harrier SUV.

1. New Grille

Compared to the concept, the production-ready Tata Harrier features a newly-designed and bigger grille. It adds more to its aggressive look. The signature logo placed in the middle of the grille. In fact, the front end of the SUV has been toned down with revised bumper, skid plate and air intakes. Read: From H5X Concept To Tata Harrier – What Has Changed?

Tata Harrier Picture Gallery

2. LED Lights

While the design of the headlamps remains unchanged, the units get LED elements fitted inside the black enclosure along with the fog lamps. The production model also features LED taillamps with a black element joining both the clusters. Read – Tata Harrier Vs Jeep Compass

3. Alloy Wheels

The Tata H5X concept was previewed with the large 21-inch alloy wheels enhancing its rugged looks. The production-ready Tata Harrier, on the other hand, comes fitted with the 17-inch/18-inch alloy wheels. This change will help the carmaker curb its pricing. Read – Tata Harrier Booking & Debut Details

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4. Plastic Cladding

Tata has toned down the wheel arches and side creases of the Harrier SUV. The black plastic cladding all around the body adds more to its sporty appearance. Read – Tata Harrier Prices Leaked; Undercuts Jeep Compass

5. Slopping Roofline

Unlike the H5X concept, the production-ready Tata Harrier gets more practical slopping roofline ensuring enough headroom for the rear passenger. While the former features sharp ORVMs, the latter one get the conventional dual-tone units. The C-Pillar is thicker than the concept and its revised styling, gives it a floating roof effect and a unique look. Read – Tata Harrier Vs Hyundai Creta

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