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Tata Gravitas launching details reveale, this SUV will be perfect for big family

New Delhi: According to media reports, Tata Motors is preparing to launch its full size 7 seater SUV Tata Gravitas. Let us know that the company can launch Gravitas in India as early as 2021. However, no information has been received about whether this launch will happen someday.

Tata Motors was scheduled to launch the Gravitas earlier this year during the festive season but has been pushed forward due to the COVID19 epidemic. Now it can enter India early next year.

The Gravitas were on display at the Auto Expo 2020. It is basically a larger variant of the popular Harrier SUV that will get 7 seats. It is based on the Harrier’s Omega platform and is 63 mm longer and 80 mm higher than its donor model.

Talking about the engine and power, this SUV can be given a 2.0-liter turbocharged diesel engine that will generate maximum power of 168 PS and peak torque of 350 Nm. This engine will be equipped with a 6-speed manual gearbox.

If you talk about interiors then this SUV has been redesigned. You will see a lot of change in its layout and dashboard. If you talk about the main features, then in this car you will see electronic parking brake, ivory color upholstery and door pads with hold function.

Let us know that the Gravitas have been designed on the OMEGARC platform. It uses the new Impact Design 2.0 Philosophy from Tata Motors. In this, customers will get a new SUV line grille, slim LED day time running light, big head lamps and projector lamps. It is designed with the Tata Buzzard concept, which was first introduced at the Geneva Motor Show 2019.

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