New Tata Harrier Facelift Teased With 2023 Nexon EV-like Fascia

  • Oct 3, 2023
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The Indian marque will open bookings for the 2023 Harrier facelift on October 6

  • 2023 Tata Harrier facelift teased ahead of expected imminent launch. 
  • Bookings for the updated midsize SUV set to open on October 06. 
  • To get a Nexon EV-like fascia, with full width LED DRLs and new LED headlights. 
  • Other expected design changes include new alloys and connected LED tail lamps. 
  • Inside, it gets a revised dashboard with a larger 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system. 
  • Likely to get a new 1.5-litre T-GDI turbo-petrol engine, sold alongside the existing 2-litre diesel. 

Tata Motors has teased the upcoming 2023 Harrier facelift ahead of its expected launch in the coming weeks. Bookings for the revised midsize SUV are slated to commence from October 6 onwards. So you can expect a reveal and price announcement to happen in the coming days. This will be the first midlife design refresh for the SUV, which has been on sale since January 2019. 

The 2023 Tata Harrier facelift’s front-end will boast design elements as seen in the new Nexon EV. It will get a full-width LED DRL light bar with welcoming function and below it is the new grille. Also, the midsize SUV will now rely on new LED headlights, which are mounted in triangular housings. 

In profile, don’t expect major changes made to the SUV’s design, save for probably new wheels. And at the rear-end, it’s likely to feature connected LED tail lamps and an updated bumper as well. 

There are major changes on the inside, as hinted by earlier spy shots, with the Harrier now getting a new dashboard with cleaner and more horizontal lines. Both the 12.3-inch touchscreen infotainment system and 10.25-inch full digital driver’s display will be carried forward from the Nexon EV. 

Other highlights include the presence of a new four-spoke steering wheel with the gloss black panel and an illuminated Tata logo as well as touch-based climate controls. The gear lever for the automatic variants will also be lifted off from the Nexon, which takes inspiration from Land Rover cars. Take a closer look at the revised Harrier’s dashboard, including the features it packs, in this report

Underneath the hood, the 2023 Harrier could get petrol power in the form of the 1.5-litre T-GDI turbo-petrol engine that debuted at Auto Expo 2023. This engine could be mated with a manual as well as a DCT. The 170PS 2-litre diesel engine, teamed with a 6-speed manual and automatic transmissions, should be carried forward unchanged. 

Considering the depth of changes, we suspect the updated model will be pricier over the current one, which starts from Rs 15.2 lakh (ex-showroom). It will renew its rivalry with the MG Hector, Mahindra XUV700 5-seater and Jeep Compass. Apart from that, it will also lock horns with compact SUVs such as Hyundai Creta and Kia Seltos

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