Tata Gravitas Production –Spec Will Be Unveiled on Republic Day 2021
On 26 January 2021, the Tata Gravitas SUV production-spec will be presented. The Gravitas has its protection and mechanics similar to the Harrier 5-seater and is put on the top of the Tata SUV portfolio.
Tata’s Omega platform is shared by Harrier and Gravitas. However, Tata added 63mm to Harrier’s length and 80mm to its height to fit the third row of seats, with a length of 4.661mm, 1,894mm, a length of 1.786mm, and a wheelbase with 2,741mm.
While the distinctions between Tata Gravitas and the Harrier on the front are slight, Tata’s new SUV will look distinct from the B-pillar. The Gravitas can benefit from a longer rear overhang and a stepped roof, along with additional color choices for the exterior. A modern configuration of the alloy wheel would help to differentiate the three-row SUV from the two.
The 2.0 L Turbo-Diesel 170hp engine is split by two SUVs, featuring the six-speed manual and six-speed torque converter automatic transmission options. Furthermore, the interior and the list of features should also be identical.
The additional weight of extension and seat rank in contrast to the Harrier indicates that Gravitas can offer less than the ARAI-mileage estimates for 5-seater SUVs 16.35kpl (MT) and 14.63kpl (AT). It’s also predicted that the three-row SUV would post more slowly than the Harrier estimates.
As the latest Tata range-topping SUV, the Gravitas is going to cost the Harrier a respectable premium, currently between 13,84 and 20,30. The rivalry will be the six-seat MG Hector Plus (Rs 13.74-19.69 lakh) with the next 7-seat Mahindra xuv 500 (Rs 13.58-18.08 lakh*). The competitor would be MG Hector plus. The next-generation XUV500 and the Hyundai Creta seven-seat derivatives will be competing further in this field.