Tata Motors will be launching many new SUVs including a new Hyundai-Creta rivalling mid-size SUV and a couple of new electric cars like the Tata Altroz EV and the Tata Punch EV
Tata Motors is currently emerging as one of the best-selling brands in the country and giving stiff competition to the rivals like Maruti Suzuki and Hyundai. The brand is currently offering extensive electric, CNG, petrol, as well as diesel car portfolio in India and will soon be launching multiple new offerings in the country including the recently showcased Tata Harrier EV and the Altroz EV. Having said this, here are all the details you should check out about all the upcoming Tata cars in India in 2023-24.
Upcoming Tata Cars In India In 2023-24
Tata showcased the new Curvv concept in the country last year and is expected to officially unveil the SUV late next year. The Tata Curvv promises to be one of the best-looking SUVs in the country and will boast Tata’s new ‘Digital’ design language which will also be utilised for other upcoming Tata SUVs in India. The new Tata Curvv will be based on the Gen 2 platform and will be offered with ICE as well as electric powertrain options. Inside, it will get a three-layer dashboard with a minimalistic look while we will also be offered with a long features list. Once launched, the new Tata Curvv will take on the rivals like the Hyundai Creta, VW Taigun, Skoda Kushaq, Maruti Suzuki Grand Vitara, and the Toyota Urban Cruiser Hyryder. More details will be shared by the brand ahead of the official launch in the country.
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Tata Altroz EV
Tata Motors first showcased the Altroz EV at the Auto Expo 2020 and is likely to launch the new Altroz EV in late 2023 or early 2024. While no major changes will be made to the exteriors of the new Altroz EV, we will see minor revisions to the design that will differentiate it from the standard models. These include a new closed front grille and a re-designed air damp, new alloy wheels, exclusive colour shades and electric blue accents on the exterior trim options. Likewise, we will see similar changes being made to the interiors of the car. Powering the new Altroz is likely to be the same Zipton high-voltage powertrain that we get with the new Tata Nexon EV. From what we know so far, the new Altroz will be positioned between the Punch and the Altroz and will boast a claimed range of over 300km on a single charge. More details are yet to be shared by the brand.
Tata Punch EV
The new Punch is also likely to be launched with an all-electric powertrain in the country soon and is likely to be slightly more expensive than the Tiago EV. From what we know so far, the new Punch EV will be underpinned by a modified version of the ALFA platform which has been heavily optimised for electrification. Powering the new Tiago EV will be a permanent magnet synchronous motor which channels power to the front wheels. The brand will soon be announcing more details about the specifications and battery pack options which will be offered with the new Punch EV. For those wondering, the new Punch EV price in India is likely to be around 1-1.5 lakh more expensive than the Tiago EV in the country.
Tata Harrier EV
It is no secret to anyone that Tata is all geared up to launch the new Harrier and the Safari in the country in the next few months. Multiple reports suggest that the new Harrier and the Safari will be offered with an updated exterior design language, new features, a revised dashboard layout, and updated powertrain options. The brand also showcased the new Harrier EV at the recently concluded Auto Expo 2023. The new Harrier EV is likely to boast a number of changes in addition to a re-designed front fascia, new headlamp design, updated alloy wheel design, and more. The official details about the powertrain are yet to be known.
New-Gen Tata Nexon
The Hyundai Venue-rivalling Tata Nexon is one of the best-selling compact SUVs in India and is offered with powerful and practical packages. The brand will soon be launching the new-gen Nexon in India and is currently extensively testing this new upcoming version. Needless to say, the new Nexon will boast a completely new design language, new features, and BS6 Phase 2-compliant engines. Once launched, the new Nexon will be challenging the rivals like the Hyundai Venue, Kia Sonet, Maruti Suzuki Brezza, Mahindra XUV300, Nissan Magnite, and Renault Kiger.
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