Last week, we got hold of the leaked images of the production-ready Tata Gravitas. It hinted at the fact that the car can be rolled out at any time. Now, as per the reports, the model will be launched on Republic Day.
There will be some changes under the hood. The all-new Tata Gravitas will be receiving power from the 2.0L Kryotec diesel engine, just like the Harrier. The motor is capable of churning power worth 170bhp and 350Nm of torque. The transmission options will be a six-speed manual unit as well as a six-speed automatic unit.
The 2021 Tata Gravitas will come equipped with a new posteriors design, an electronic parking brake, LED taillights, a ranked rear-windshield, a stepped roof, new alloy wheels, electronic parking brake, Gravitas letter on the boot lid, sunroof, ivory-colored interiors, and so on.
The Tata Gravitas is quite bigger than the Harrier. Tata Gravitas will be quite expensive, and it will be rivaling the MG Hector Plus and Mahindra XUV500.
Features to be noted:
The length and height of the Gravitas will be enhanced by 63mm and 80mm, respectively.
Because of the longer rear overhangs and stepped roof, the extra third row of seats can be accommodated. The third-row seat can be accessed with the help of the middle row, which has the fold function and a one-touch flip.
The wheelbase is 2741mm, and the Tata SUV will have a 6 or 7 seat configuration.
There will be some minor cosmetic alterations towards the rear end. There will be an upright tailgate, newly designed taillamps, revised rear bumper, black strip running between the tail lamp clusters.
Two types of gearbox options will be there – a 6-speed manual as well as a 6-speed torque converter, which is sourced from Hyundai.
The engine is BS6 compliant. It will be a 2.0L, 4-cylinder diesel engine.