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Tata Harrier Interior Spied Sans Camouflage


A lot of elements in the cabin bear close resemblance with the H5X concept!

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Tata Harrier Interiors Revealed In Spy Pictures
  • The broad faux wooden panel on the dashboard is similar to the concept
  • A clean layout for the buttons and a floating display makes the dashboard look classy
  • Another highlight is the unique layout of the semi-digital instrument cluster

 

Tata Harrier Interiors Revealed In Spy Pictures

After a lot of enquiries on social media platforms, Tata revealed the production-spec Harrier two weeks after it officially started accepting bookings. And as expected, the exterior design of the Harrier was pretty close to the H5X concept revealed at the Auto Expo. However, the interiors, which haven’t been revealed officially yet, have now been spied.

The spy pics we have received reveal the dashboard of the upcoming SUV sans any camouflage. Like in the H5X concept, the layout is pretty simple and clean, dominated by a big faux wood insert. The floating touchscreen is at the same position as the concept as well, but instead of the fancy buttons, you now have AC vents underlining it.

Tata Harrier Interiors Revealed In Spy Pictures

Also, instead of the touch-sensitive controls on the silver panel from the concept, you get physical buttons on the centre of the dashboard. The centre console, with the Jaguar-Land Rover-style gear shifter from the concept, has made way for a more conventional layout with two cup holders, a gear shifter and a drive-mode selector sitting on a floating panel.

Tata Harrier Interiors Revealed In Spy Pictures

The instrument cluster looks pretty interesting. There is an analogue speedometer on the right, while the left side sports a digital display which may have different graphics for different drive modes. A conventional looking MID, which sits in the middle, indicates the fuel level in the background, with other information on top of it. The digital tachometer on the left should have some fun graphics too, especially as you reach the redline (fingers crossed). Overall, the interiors of the Tata Harrier look pretty classy.

The Tata Harrier will be launched in India in January 2019. It will be powered by a 2.0-litre diesel engine which also powers the Jeep Compass in India. It will only be available with a manual transmission initially, with an automatic option likely to be introduced later. The 5-seater SUV is expected to be priced between Rs 18-22 lakh. If you wish to know more about the Harrier, check out the links below.

 

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