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7-seater Harrier Showcased As Tata Buzzard At 2019 Geneva Motor Show


Tata officials say that it may not be called the Buzzard when launched in India

Tata Buzzard Revealed
  • Tata Motors has showcased the Buzzard, a 7-seater version of the Harrier SUV.
  • According to Tata officials, the SUV will be renamed when launched in India.
  • The Buzzard was showcased along with three other cars - the Altroz and Altroz EV hatchbacks, and the H2X concept.
  • The flagship SUV will replace the Hexa and take on the XUV500.
Tata Buzzard Revealed

Tata has unveiled four cars at the 2019 Geneva Motor Show that are set to become the new face of the company in the near future. Of these, the Altroz and Altroz EV will duel it out with the likes of the Maruti Baleno and Hyundai Elite i20 in the premium hatchback segment. The H2X Concept, on the other hand, will take on sub-compact SUVs such as the Maruti Ignis and Mahindra KUV100, while the Buzzard will be the new flagship SUV in the lineup.

Tata Buzzard Revealed

Set to be launched in India by 2020, the Buzzard will replace the Hexa as Tata’s flagship 7-seater family-SUV and take on the likes of the Mahindra XUV500.

The Buzzard is essentially a stretched Harrier (by 63mm) with two extra seats. The second-row seats now tumble forward with a single touch, which should make ingress and egress very easy.

Tata Buzzard Revealed

Third-row passengers will not feel cooped up as the new SUV features large quarter glass letting in a lot of light. Even the headroom for the third-row passengers has been improved thanks to the taller roof, which is nicely hidden by the new, bolder roof rails.

The design has been tweaked to free up space for the third-row passengers as well as luggage. Unlike the Harrier, the tailgate is actually flat - though that fact is hidden thanks to the angular design.

Tata Buzzard Revealed

The Buzzard, which Tata officials say could receive a new name when launched in India, will be powered by the same 2.0-litre ‘Kyrotec’ 4-cylinder turbo-diesel engine as the Harrier but in a higher state of tune. Transmission options will include a 6-speed manual and a Hyundai-sourced 6-speed torque converter.

More details about the Buzzard will be revealed closer to its launch. So stay tuned to ZigWheels for up-to-date details.

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  • milind | 7 months ago Why the hell would you name your newest SUV as buzzard which means a type of vulture ? You named your earlier SUV as HEXA Hex also means practicing witchcraft...again you named your small car zica...and ...Read More 1 Reply
    nideesh | 7 months ago They could have kept the same back profile from harrier. The second row and third row window could have been slightly larger 0 Reply
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