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Tata Motors will launch the new Harrier soon and it is going to make a serious impact on the five-seater SUV segment on the Indian market. Teased multiple times ahead of the official unveiling, the Tata Harrier has grown immense expectations among the mass. In fact, the new Harrier is an important model for Tata Motors (you should definitely know why). We have driven the new Tata Harrier (review coming up soon) and let us show you some of its design details.
The design of the Tata Harrier takes inspiration from the H5X concept which was showcased at Auto Expo 2018, held back in February. The Harrier looks bulky overall, but features some sharp design elements; a trend seen in the brand's Impact 2.0 design philosophy.
Starting from the front, the Tata Harrier follows a rather unusual headlamp arrangement. The DRLs are placed at the very top, making one confuse it for the actual headlamps which are situated on the bumper. The grille, headlamp housings and lower half of the bumper have a polygonal theme.
At the side, the Tata Harrier seemingly sits high from the ground. The 17-inch five-spoke alloy wheels look good, and the 235/65-section tyres are quite chunky. There are subtle chrome elements surrounding the side profile; especially on the semi-floating roof line.
Coming to the rear, the flagship SUV from Tata Motors feature some modern-looking touches. The narrow wrap-around tail lamps are embedded in a gloss black backing, while the bumper has a relatively-edgy styling. At the top, there is a spoiler and a shark fin antenna to add to the Harrier's sportiness.
On the inside, there is a mix of modern design and elegance with the ample usage of faux wooden panels, leather and a host of appealing trim choices. The touchscreen infotainment system has an interesting layout which Tata refers to as the ‘Floating Island'.
One of the talked-about design touches inside the Harrier is, of course, the handbrake. The unusual handbrake lever looks somewhat similar to the thrust lever in an aircraft — might not be the best in terms of ergonomics, but it is certainly interesting.
Thoughts On The Tata Harrier's Design Details
The Tata Harrier's design philosophy is the base for the many other Tata Motors products to come. Now that you know the basic design details, check out the full image gallery of the Tata Harrier→