JAMMU, July 10: Tata Motors flagship SUV Harrier has zoomed past 10,000 unit of sales within a mere six months of its launch.
To celebrate this achievement, Tata Motors has now launched the dual tone option of Harrier which is again generating a lot of excitement among the SUV enthusiasts. Tata Harrier was launched in January this year. The price starts at Rs 13 lakhs.
Tata Harrier is built on Omega Arc which has been derived from Land Rover’s legendary D8 platform. The same platform has been used in Range Rover Discover Sport. The company claims that this platform results in perfect combination of awesome design and spectacular performance. Harrier’s design has ensured that the SUV is a headturner. Harrier is the first car from Tata stable where Impact 2.0 design language has been used. Harrier looks very premium particularly with floating roof, thick chrome windows, underlining, and uniquely placed headlamps on the bumper giving the SUV a different feel.
What is impressive on the Harrier is the high-mounted grille and the strips of LED lighting positioned at the base of the bonnet. This styling is true to the emerging global trend where we see slimmer lights up top and the Harrier follows it to the ‘T’. Mind you, the DRLs are standard but the LED bulbs are only available on the top-end model. Tata has moved the main headlights below these LED elements which is a rather interesting design touch. These headlamps are Xenon HID projector lamps but even the base variant gets projector headlamps which is impressive. One of the big highlights though is the prominent, three-dimensional ‘humanity line’ front grille which shows us the company’s newest approach to vehicle design – the’ Impact 2.0′.