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7 Upcoming Launches from Tata Motors This Year: All You Need to Know.

Following the recent release of the New Punch Ev, Tata Motors is releasing a new line of cars this year. Tata is prepared to offer a range of vehicles to suit every market niche.

Tata Curvv:

In the first half of this year, Tata plans to introduce the Curvv, a brand-new coupe SUV. This will be the first SUV with a coupe-like appearance, opening up a new market niche between full-size and compact SUVs.

Tata is probably going to launch this new product as a 100% electric vehicle first, with an ICE variant to come. A single charge should last between 400 and 600 km*, and it is based on the Tata Acti.ev architecture. Likely to be sold for between 12 and 18 lakhs (ex-showroom), this SUV is expected to be the most feature-rich and powerful.

Tata Altroz Racer Edition:

Tata Motors is prepared to release the Altroz Racer Edition onto the market later this year, following its display at the recently held Auto Expo. Anticipated to have a sportier appearance with potential designer touches, possibly including a dual-tone look.

The Nexon’s 1.2-liter turbocharged petrol engine, along with a 6-speed transmission, is expected to produce 120 horsepower and 170 Nm of peak torque under the hood, making it an even more powerful hatchback than others on the market.

Tata Nexon Dark Edition:

Later this year, the eagerly anticipated Nexon model will go on sale. Along with other limited editions, Tata Motors will introduce the Dark Edition of its recently unveiled Tata Nexon soon. With black alloys, black badging, and all-black premium interiors, it most likely has an all-black motif. Higher Nexon trim levels are expected to get this edition.

Tiago and Tigor I-cng with AMT Options:

New automatic gearbox options for Tata Motors’ Tiago and Tigor I-CNG vehicles will be available soon. By doing this, the automaker will become the pioneer brand to provide a CNG variation mated to an automatic gearbox.

Most likely, the same 1.2-liter naturally aspirated 3-cylinder petrol engine calibrated for peak torque of 92 Nm and horsepower of 72 will be delivered. The higher XT and XZ+ trims will have the AMT option available.

Tata Harrier Ev:

The New Harrier Ev, which is built on the new Acti.ev Architecture, will be Tata Motors’ first electric SUV with a larger battery pack and a better range of 500–600 km* on a single charge.

This electric SUV will establish a new benchmark for other soon-to-be-released electric SUVs on the market because of its modular construction and cutting-edge Tata technology. While keeping the general Harrier silhouette, the new Harrier EV will have a premium cabin with tonnes of technological amenities as well as a distinctive new look. For off-road fans, an AWD option is probably coming along.

Tata Harrier Petrol:

Later this year, the new Tata Harrier will get a petrol version, which is now under development. The 1.5-liter TGDi petrol engine that was on display at Auto Expo is likely to power the new Harrier, which is predicted to generate 170 horsepower and 280 Nm of peak torque. This will further enhance the new Harrier’s engine options.

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