What's Tata Got In Store For Us? Harrier...
- Mar 19, 2019
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Tata showcased its latest concept, the H2X (also known by many as Hornbill) micro-SUV, yesterday at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show. After the Altroz, which was also revealed yesterday, the H2X is the second car that will be underpinned by the AlfaARC scalable platform. In profile it looks like a smaller version of the H5X which was showcased at the 2018 Auto Expo and spawned the Harrier SUV.
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The H2X stands 3840mm long, 1822mm wide and 1635mm tall with a wheelbase of 2450mm, which makes it exactly as long and with an identical wheelbase to the Maruti Suzuki Swift. And as strange as it might sound, judging by the dimensions of the H2X, it is likely that the micro SUV will take on the Maruti Swift. Lastly, it will be more of a city car and less of an SUV.
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Tata has also confirmed that the concept’s interior and exterior dimensions are identical to the production spec of the H2X and are not exaggerated in any way. The styling will be toned down but the production version will carry forward the design ethos of the Impact 2.0 design language. It will have a rather roomy cabin with ample space in the second row as well. Tata has also expressed its intention to bring the digital instrument cluster and the twin pedal setup to the production car along with the fixed glass roof. It will be interesting to see what the final results are. Given the final form the Harrier and the Alroz have taken, we have our hopes up.
Tata has also confirmed, more or less, that it will be showcasing the production version of the H2X concept at the 2020 Auto Expo. Although the date hasn’t been confirmed yet, what has been confirmed is that the H2X will be launched in the Indian market by the 4th quarter of 2020, which makes the launch likely around the festive season.
What do you think of the H2X? Would you consider the micro-SUV over the Swift? Let us know in the comments section below.
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