Tata motors gearing up to launch 5 new SUVs: Here are all the details
Delhi : We have described the next models that will be unveiled during this fiscal year in the list of Tata SUVs that will be released soon.
Tata Punch CNG
Tata will soon release the Punch CNG on the local market after first showcasing it at the 2023 Auto Expo earlier this year. The popular 1.2L three-cylinder NA petrol engine, which generates about 73.5 PS in its CNG version, will be installed in the tiny SUV and will be available in a variety of variations. Only a five-speed manual gearbox will be used to connect the engine. It will have twin-cylinder technology to conserve bootspace, just like the Altroz CNG.
Tata Nexon Facelift
The redesigned Tata Nexon will probably debut sometime in September or the following month. It will have a significantly updated exterior that draws design cues from the Curvv concept, and a more contemporary interior with features like a larger touchscreen, a new steering wheel with two spokes and an illuminated logo, a 360-degree camera system, etc. A brand-new 1.2L DI petrol engine is also an option.
Safari and Tata Harrier facelift
The Harrier EV concept shown at the 2023 Auto Expo will have a significant impact on the updated Harrier and Safari. A new 1.5L DI petrol engine could eventually be added to the range, but the mid-life upgrade will allow for the inclusion of a revamped front fascia and an improved rear end. There will be no changes to the 2.0L turbo diesel engine.
Tata Nexon EV Facelift
Additionally, the new Tata Nexon EV has been seen on open roads. It will also be influenced by the Curvv idea, but it might take a somewhat different tack when it comes to aesthetic components to set itself apart from its ICE sibling. The current battery pack is anticipated to remain in place, however it is unclear if the driving range will grow or not.
Tata Punch EV
Based on the numerous sightings of the test mule, it appears that the Tata Punch's electric variant is also under development. It is anticipated to go on sale in the first half of 2024 and will utilise Ziptron technology, just like the Nexon EV, Tiago EV, and Tigor EV.