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Tata Harrier EV launch in India next year, will come with more range than Nexon EV

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Tata Harrier EV launch

The Tata Harrier EV based on Tata’s Gen 2 platform will be the next EV in the automaker’s portfolio. The vehicle is expected to arrive in 2024 as per Tata. The Harrier EV might be in the later stages of development and could go into testing soon. The Harrier EV is expected to be substantially different from Tata’s current lineup of EVs which include the popular Tata Nexon and the newly launched affordable Tata Tiago EV hatchback. 

The Harrier EV’s Gen 2 platform is an ICE-derived chassis however has been heavily reworked to suit an electric powertrain. Modifications have been made to the fuel tank area and will get a reworked central spine that will lend it a flat floor. The chassis is also expected to be lighter and more energy efficient. The Harrier EV is also expected to get a larger battery pack and will host a more powerful motor as compared to the outgoing Nexon. The Harrier EV will hence get more performance and range. The EV is in fact expected to get an AWD system which will utilise a dual motor setup. 

The Harrier EV will get a revised styling with redesigned LED lighting, a blocked-out front grille, an angular bumper design, a new mesh design for the air dam, a larger set of diamond-cut alloy wheels, etc. The feature list is also expected to be lengthed and the EV SUV will get features such as a 360-degree camera, 10.25-inch touchscreen, air purifier, ventilated seats, ADAS functionality. 

The pricing and exact launch timeline are however still unknown.

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