Tata Motors to launch Harrier based 7-seater SUV Gravitas in February 2020
Tata Motors is all set to strengthen its SUV portfolio further with the launch of a new 7-seater Harrier based SUV. The company on Tuesday confirmed that the new car will be called Tata Gravitas and that it has already been so christened.
Tata Motors is all set to strengthen its SUV portfolio further with the launch of a new 7-seater Harrier based SUV. The company on Tuesday confirmed that the new car will be called Tata Gravitas and that it has already been so christened. Tata Gravitas is the same 7-seater Harrier based SUV that was named Buzzard at the Geneva Motorshow. There were other reports claiming that the new car could be called Cassini. However, Tata has put all speculations to rest by naming the SUV as Gravitas.
This will be the second vehicle built on the OMEGA (Optimal Modular Efficient Global Advanced) Architecture, which is derived from Land Rover’s legendary D8 platform. The only other car to have used this tech was Tata Harrier. Tata Motors believes that the Gravitas will set international level benchmarks in terms of performance, driveability and luxury.
Mayank Pareek - President, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit, Tata Motors confirmed that this SUV will be available for customers in February next year.
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"We are elated to reveal the name of our latest SUV offering– the Tata GRAVITAS. With this, we are excited to offer to our customers, yet another state-of-the-art product. The GRAVITAS will up the ante in terms of luxury and performance and we are excited to launch this product to customers in February 2020," Pareek said, in a written statement.
Tata Gravitas will share its features and engine specs with the Harrier. However, the 2.0-litre multijet engine will also get an automatic gearbox. It will be BS-VI ready too for the upcoming April 2020 emission norms. The car maker is set to have few months ahead with Tata Altroz premium hatchback scheduled to launch in December, followed by the Nexon EV and then the Gravitas.