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Tata H7X SUV (Harrier 7-seater) - IAB Rendering

Tata H7X SUV (Harrier 7-seater) - IAB Rendering

IndianAutosBlog.com' Shoeb R Kalania has created a digital mockup of the Tata H7X (codename), the 7-seat version of the Tata Harrier (codename H5X) which launches in the last quarter of the current

Tata Harrier front-end with updates - Rendering

Tata Harrier front-end with updates - Rendering

A Tata Harrier prototype that was spied yesterday revealed new details of the front-end. Incorporating those changes, IAB’s automotive illustrator Shoeb Kalania has created an updated rendering of

Tata Harrier to use Hyundai-made 6-speed AT - Report

Tata Harrier to use Hyundai-made 6-speed AT - Report

With customers increasingly shifting towards automatics for the convenience they offer in the city, the upcoming Tata Harrier was always expected to have such an option. According to a report from

Tata Harrier (Tata H5X) side view - IAB Rendering

Tata Harrier (Tata H5X) side view - IAB Rendering

Based on teaser images, our artist, Shoeb Kalania has created a digital mock-up of the Tata Harrier's (Tata H5X) side profile. Our rendering also takes into account details seen on the H5X concept,

Tata Harrier (H5X) snapped with rear drum brakes

Tata Harrier (H5X) snapped with rear drum brakes

The most awaited SUV in India this financial year is the all-new Tata Harrier; the production version of the H5X concept from Auto Expo 2018. Pre-production examples have been spied testing across

Tata Harrier (Tata H5X) rear-end - IAB Rendering

Tata Harrier (Tata H5X) rear-end - IAB Rendering

Last week, Tata Motors released the first teasers of the Tata Harrier, the production version of the Tata H5X Concept. After presenting a rendering of future SUV’s front-end earlier this week, IAB’s

Tata Harrier front-end - IAB Rendering

Tata Harrier front-end - IAB Rendering

Last week, Tata Motors shared teasers and the name of its upcoming SUV based on the H5X Concept from the Auto Expo. Based on that, IAB's automotive illustrator has rendered the front end of the Tata