Tata HBX will get machine-cut alloy wheels, LED tail-lights, rear door handles on C-pillars, roof-integrated spoiler with brake lights, ORVMs with blinkers and other specifications.
Tata Motors is preparing to launch the most awaited HBX micro SUV, which has already been spotted testing several times in India. The Tata HBX is seen in a production avatar, which is equipped with alloy wheels and a production-spec lighting system.
Its spotted model is not covered, which shows the front profile of the SUV under the guise of production. The SUV’s front design is inspired by the Tata Harrier, with split headlamp setup with sleek LED DRL (Daytime Running Lights) at the top and main headlamp units at the bumper. The sleek LED DRLs are well merged in the upper grille.
The upper front grille and DRL have chrome underlining, while the lower grille has an inverted tri-arrow design on the lattice. Fog lamps and detailed air-intake feature have been given in the bumper. The micro SUV gets a black plastic cladding. The bumpers are not painted with body color. Tata HBX has a black out pillar and floating roofline ready for production. Roof is not painted in body color. However, the micro SUV will also have contrasting shades.
What will be special in Tata HBX
The SUV was first seen with a white roof. The micro SUV will get machine-cut alloy wheels, LED tail-light, rear door handles on the C-pillars, roof-integrated spoiler with brake lights, ORVMs with blinkers and other specifications.
The production version of the Tata HBX will remain intact at its concept. The car has a length of 3,840mm, width 1822mm and height 1635mm and wheelbase 2450mm. The cabin will retain the original design and features. It gets a floating touchscreen infotainment system, 3-spoke flat-bottom steering wheel, black fabric seats, Harman audio system, semi-digital instrument console, ambient lighting, a multi-functional steering wheel, ABS with EBD, cornering stability control, parking sensors. Will meet..
The entry-level SUV will get a 1.2-liter 3-cylinder naturally-aspirated engine that also powers the Tiago and Altroz. This engine generates 86 bhp power and 113 Nm torque. It can also come with a 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol engine that comes with power close to 100 bhp. Transmission options are likely to include a 5-speed manual and 5-speed AMT.
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