Tata has been spotted testing the electric version of ICE Harrier, and once it was rumored to launch alongside the ICE Harrier Facelift. Now the ICE Harrier Facelift has already launched, and there hasn’t been any update since then, but we’ll list down the details of what we know about the Harrier EV.
Tata had showcased the Harrier EV back in January 2023 at Auto Expo where we saw where the Tata Harrier EV was going in terms of design language. So, from the outside, it has a connected LED DRLs which is above the closed front grille with thinner gaps and horizontal slats, vertically positioned split LED headlamps, and the bumpers are faux silver skid plate with lines pattern for air intakes above the bumper.
Moving to the side profile, it looks identical to the ICE version, except it’ll sport new alloy wheel design which will be aero-efficient to cope with the range which is claimed to be 500 KMs. The rear features wrap-around signature connected LED taillamp that from the side resemble the S shape.
The interiors will look identical to the ICE version, like free-standing 12.3-inch infotainment system, 10.25-inch digital instrument cluster with navigation maps, four-spoke steering wheel with illuminated Tata logo, thinner AC vents, touch-sensitive controls for HVAC, round dial for gear-shift, three-tone dashboard theme, panoramic sunroof, and so on.
In Battery Pack, we expect it’ll sport a bigger 50 – 60 kWh battery pack to cater range of 500+ KMs and should come with single-motor and dual-motor options as well.
Moving to the features, it’ll come with ventilated seats, 360 Surround View Camera, Front and Rear parking sensors, front powered seats, ambient lights, Level 2 ADAS, LED headlamps, powered tailgate, and there is a rumor that Tata is looking to make the Harrier EV off-road capable as well, so expect 4×2, and 4×4 drivetype as well.
Since, the Harrier EV didn’t launch alongside the Harrier Facelift, we expect it to launch in early 2024, probably before March 2024.