Tata Motors unveiled numerous vehicles at the 2023 Auto Expo. The long list of cars includes vehicles like Tata Harrier EV, Sierra EV, Altroz Racer, Avinya Concept and Curvv Coupe.
Tata Sierra EV
Tata Motors showcased the Sierra EV, which now looks like a production-ready version. The all-new model will go on sale in the next two years. The Sierra EV has been updated and looks quite different from the concept that Tata Motors showcased. The latest iteration is a proper five-door body shell.
The Sierra EV gets a new closed grille and a massive-looking bumper. Both the headlamps are connected through a chrome stripe. The Sierra EV carries the DNA of the original model with C and D Pillars blacked out and a large glasshouse in the rear.
Tata Harrier EV
Tata Harrier EV is based on the brand’s Gen 2 EV architecture. It looks a lot like Harrier but with cleaner lines and futuristic look with the closed grille, and a new split headlamp set-up. The side profile looks exactly same to the Harrier while the tail lamps get a few updates and design changes.
While Tata did not reveal any information on the Harrier EV, it will be an AWD vehicle, which indicates dual-motor set-up. The Gen 2 architecture will also offer an improved range and more power compared to the Gen 1 version on which the Nexon EV is based on.
Tata Altroz Racer
After introducing the Tata Altroz i-Turbo, Tata Motors unveiled the Altroz Racer which will take on the likes of the Hyundai i20 N-Line. The new Altroz Racer will come powered by the 1.2-litre turbocharged petrol engine that also powers the Nexon. It will generate a maximum power of 120 PS and a peak torque of 170 Nm, which will be more than the 110PS and 140 Nm outputs of the Tata Altroz i-Turbo. The car comes with TA78 six-speed manual transmission instead of the five-speed manual transmission available with the i-Turbo.
Tata Curvv will go on sale in the Indian market in 2024 with a turbo-petrol powertrain. The first of its kind SUV-Coupe Curvv will take Tata’s futuristic design ahead. The new design language called the “New Digital design language” by Tata Motors includes a new looking grille and overall design lines on the vehicle.
Design is the main attraction of the Curve which gets a sloping notchback-styled boot and a strong shoulder line with sqaured off wheel arches and a thick body cladding. On the inside, it gets a layered dashboard, multiple screens and sharp design elements. Tata is yet to confirm the powertrain details of the Curvv.
Tata showcased the all-new Avinya concept at the 2023 Auto Expo. Based on the Gen3 platform, the all-new car will offer a minimum range of 500 km with its Born Electric platform. Tata confirmed that the car will be launched in 2025. However, has not shared any further details on the vehicle.