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Tata Harrier 7-Seater (H7X) Spotted Testing Again: Tata Motors is readying to launch the new Harrier SUV (read our detailed first-look review) in early-2019. Images of the five-seater SUV have already been officially unveiled and the first Harrier has rolled out from the brand's plant.
Now, a Tata H7X aka the Harrier seven-seater has been spotted testing in Bangalore, yet again. The Harrier 7-seater spy pic shows the heavily camouflaged front profile of the SUV with misleading headlamps and bonnet projections.
Previously, we had shared the side and rear profile of the new seven-seater Tata Harrier which was spotted in Bangalore itself. Though the new spy shot of the Harrier reveals only the front profile, the details certainly add up with that of the other images.
The Harrier 7-seater is obviously longer than the 5-seater variant and towards the rear, some of the design elements can be observed. This includes the spoiler and the shark-fin ante
The test vehicle we spotted also ran on steel wheels rather than alloy wheels. Since the H5X aka the five-seater Harrier was unveiled with five-spoke alloy wheels, the H7X might get a different wheel design even if most of its other parts look similar to the regular Harrier.
The concept form of the Tata Harrier was first unveiled at Auto Expo 2018 and will be the first product to have the brand's Impact Design 2.0 design philosophy. Tri-arrow patterns and sharp-looking DRLs come under it.
The Tata Harrier draws power from a 2.0-litre Kryotec engine which makes 140bhp in the H5X and 170bhp in the H7X. The transmission options include a 6-speed manual or a Hyundai-sourced 6-speed automatic transmission.
Tata Motors has been doing back-to-back launches lately such as the new performance-oriented Tiago and Tigor JTP. Even a premium hatchback (47X) is in the works and we managed to spot it beside another Harrier test vehicle.
Thoughts On The Tata Harrier H7X Seven-Seater
While the Tata Harrier H5X is aimed to be a rival to the Hyundai Creta, the H7X will rival the upper variants of the Mahindra XUV500. Tata has not even confirmed the name of the seven-seater Tata H7X, although the majority calls it as a Harrier sibling. The H7X will be launched sometime around mid-2019 and more details are expected to be officially shared in the coming months.