Tata Harrier To Get Dual-Tone Colours Soon — Colours Above All

Tata Motors had launched Harrier in India during January 2019. The premium SUV became a crowd favourite very quickly and Tata's sales figures for the Harrier say it all. However, competition always surfaces quickly, and in order to counter the current competition, there are rumors that the company will add dual-tone colour option to the already stylish Tata Harrier.

The Tata Harrier is currently available in five monotone colour options - Calisto Copper, Thermisto Gold, Ariel Silver, Telesto Grey and Orcus White. The premium SUV may soon be available in two dual tone colour options - Calisto Copper with a Black roof, and Orcus White or Ariel Silver with a Black roof.

The Tata Harrier is based on Land Rover's D8 platform, and is the first car from the India based automobile giant that showcases the Impact 2.0 Design Language. The Tata Harrier is powered by a Kryotec 2.0-litre turbo-charged diesel (there are no petrol variants) engine that produces 140bhp of power and 350Nm torque. The engine is mated to a 6-speed manual transmission. Tata Motors does not offer an automatic transmission for the Harrier.

The premium SUV is available in four trims - XE, XM, XT and XZ. The Tata Harrier was launched at an introductory price of Rs 12.69 lakh ex-showroom, (India), but Tata Motors recently hiked its prices across it's entire portfolio by Rs 30,000. The SUV is now priced between Rs 12.99 lakh and Rs 16.55 lakh, ex-showroom (India).

The Tata Harrier now competes with the recently launched MG Hector, that currently features prices starting at Rs 12.18 lakh ex-showroom,(India). In addition, the SUV will also compete with the soon to be launched Kia Seltos.

Thoughts About Rumors About The Dual-Tone Colour Offerings For The Tata Harrier

The SUV looks great as is, and we think that the addition of dual-tone colours will add more oomph to the already stylish vehicle. While we are unsure if a singular cosmetic change will add more value to sales figures, we're sure the vehicle will look really good.

Having said that, we're wondering why manufacturers stick to basic colours when it comes to dual-tones. The secondary colour is almost always either white or black. Any guesses?

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Article Published On: Monday, July 1, 2019, 16:06 [IST]
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