Tata will call the H5X SUV the Harrier

  • Published On: 12 July 2018

Five-seat Tata Harrier will be launched in January 2019.

Tata Motors has formally announced that its highly awaited production-spec H5X SUV will be called the Harrier. The name sticks to the carmaker's pattern of codenaming its models after birds. The five-seat version of this SUV will be called the Harrier while a seven-seat version will come later will get a different name.

Expect to see the car on sale post January 2019. The car will be powered by a Fiat-sourced 2.0-litre diesel engine. Tata Motors is currently working on beefing up its sales network and the company is looking at giving customers a richer experience – it’s dealerships will get a premium makeover, with the possibility of a specially designed area to showcase the Harrier and other future premium models.

The car was first previewed as the stunning Concept H5X at the Auto Expo earlier this year.

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