Future Tata Vehicles You Should Know: 3 Hatchbacks, 10 SUVs
Discovering the Upcoming Lineup of Tata Motors, Read for A Comprehensive Guide to 3 Hatchbacks and 10 SUVs Set to Redefine the Future of Driving!
Over the next three years, Tata will introduce a variety of new models, including facelifts for the Nexon, Harrier, and Safari as well as EVs such the Curvv and Avinya. Tata Motors will increase its ICE and EV offering big time during the next three years. The 2023 Auto Expo served as a preview for the impending launches, and we’ve listed all the important information below:
1.Tata Nexon facelift:
The Tata Nexon facelift, set to launch next year, has been spotted testing on public roads. The best-selling SUV in India will receive exterior revisions inspired by the Harrier EV and Curvv models showcased at the 2023 Auto Expo.
2. Tata Harrier Facelift:
The Tata Harrier Facelift is expected to launch soon and has been spied testing. The SUV will feature updates to the exterior, including a revised front grille and new LED headlamps. The interior will also receive upgrades, including a new touchscreen infotainment system.
3. Tata Safari facelift :
It is expected to receive a facelift next year, while the updated Harrier is anticipated to arrive in dealerships by 2024. Based on the spy images, the vehicle’s front end will be completely redesigned and the interior may have new features. Additionally, it is important to mention that both the Harrier and Safari have recently gained a variety of new equipment in India.
4.Tata Altroz Racer:
Competing against the Hyundai i20 N Line, the Tata Altroz Racer has a 1.2-liter turbocharged gasoline engine that generates 120 PS and 170 Nm like the Nexon. Compared to the basic Altroz, it will feature sportier visual improvements, while mechanical updates including a retuned suspension and sportier exhaust tone are possible.
5.Tata Harrier EV:
Tata caught us off guard when it showed us the nearly-production Harrier EV at the annual Auto Expo in January. It will be released in India at some point in the following year. Given that the prototype was promoted as having 4X4 capabilities, it might be the first Tata zero-emission passenger vehicle to be equipped with a dual electric motor configuration.
6. Tata Tiago EV Blitz:
In FY 2024, Tata Tiago EV-based Blitz will be introduced. The concept, which was on show at the 2023 Auto Expo, used the same battery and electric motor configuration as the Tiago EV and included cosmetic improvements over the standard model, including blackened alloy wheels.
7.Tata Curvv ICE:
The Tata Curvv, powered by an IC engine, is expected to start selling as early as next year. It will be the first vehicle to use the 1.2L turbocharged direct injection petrol engine of the next generation. The Mumbai-based brand’s new design direction will also be heralded by The Curvv, which will also have an impact on the majority of the following models.
8.Tata Curvv EV:
The Tata Curvv’s electric variant will reportedly be positioned above the Nexon EV and will be longer than four metres. It will use Ziptron technology and share a number of features with the ICE Curvv, mostly on the inside and outside of the cabin.
9.Tata Sierra EV:
After introducing the Sierra EV concept in 2020, Tata recently launched the Sierra, which features a more modern exterior and a practical interior. Around the middle of this decade, it may be the first vehicle to use the new 1.5-liter DI turbo petrol engine, which will have a 170 PS maximum output.
10.Tata Safari EV:
The business is also considering adding the Tata Safari EV to its lineup of electric SUVs. Although the Harrier EV has already been confirmed, the more useful three-row Safari might soon follow suit.
The manufacturing Tata Avinya, which is based on Gen 3 architecture, is anticipated to go on sale in FY2026. With a full-width LED light bar up front, a large T logo, suicide doors, a floating tail light unit, a large glass roof, short overhangs, and a roomy interior with the use of sustainable materials and a built-in screen in the dash and another one on the steering wheel, the concept has a very futuristic appearance.
12. Tata Punch CNG:
Tata Motors will release the Tata Punch CNG in India later this year, and it will still be powered by a 1.2-liter petrol engine. However, the power and torque of the engine will be reduced to achieve better fuel efficiency. Tata Motors will offer the Tata Punch CNG in several variations.
13.Tata Altroz CNG:
The Tata Altroz CNG, like its tiny SUV sister, will go on sale in late 2023 and use twin-cylinder technology. As a result of the cylinders’ parallel arrangement and 30L capacity, neither will lose any bootspace.