The Indian carmaker Tata, which is the owner of the Jaguar and Land Rover brands, unveiled the production version of its new crossover, Harrier. Interestingly, Fiat Chrysler Automobiles also helped create the model.
The crossover has 4,598 mm in length, 1,894 mm in width and 1,706 in height. Tata Harrier crossover is based on the simplified platform of the compact Land Rover Discovery Sport. The Indian car received an engine from FIAT. This is the 2-liter Multijet II turbo diesel with two power options – 140 and 170 hp.
The engine is combined with a manual and automatic 6-speed gearbox. First of all, Tata Harrier will only be available with front-wheel drive, but it’s not clear whether it will be available on the four-wheel drive.
The crossover has several driving modes that can vary depending on road conditions: gravel, dry or wet roads. Tata plans to export the model to Europe, but the first cars to be produced in early 2019 and will be distributed only at the Indian market. Approximate Harrier prices for the domestic market range from 22,500 USD to 29,500 USD.