Tata Gravitas Spied
Does not look unlike the Harrier, which is no bad thing

Looks like Tata Motors is done with testing the Gravitas as the car has been spied recently without any camouflage.

Do note that only the rear profile image, which looks not unlike the Harrier, was available during the time this article was written.

The Gravitas will be a tall car for sure, with quite a large tail gate. While the car’s rear profile looks similar to the Harrier, there are differences to note.

For example, the bumper is all new, while there is a chrome strip connecting both tail lamps, the rear windscreen is slightly bigger and, of course, the model’s name is picked out in bold letters.

While there is no front image of the Tata Gravitas spied car, its maker is expected to have made slight changes, like with the rear profile, so as to differentiate it from the Harrier.

Shown at the Auto Expo held this year, the Gravitas will come with squared wheel arches, roof rails, projector head lamps, and will be taller and longer than its 5-seater sibling.

Inside, the car is expected to retain the Harrier’s dashboard, although new trim might be on offer. While the biggest difference will be the addition of a third row of seats, the Gravitas might also sport new upholstery.

Features such as a 7-inch driver’s cluster, 8.8-inch infotainment screen, latest connectivity options, voice recognition, JBL sound system, among several others, will be on offer.

Powering the car would be a 2.0-litre diesel motor 170 PS and 350 Nm and it will come mated to either a 6-speed manual or a 6-speed automatic.

Tata had to postpone the launch of the Gravitas owing to production constraints and supply chain issues that came about earlier this year due to COVID-19 and the government-enforced lockdowns.

When it gets launched earlier next year, expect the SUV to cost from Rs. 15 lakhs (ex-showroom) and rival the MG Hector Plus, the upcoming Mahindra XUV500, among others.

Tata Gravitas Spied

  • Tata Gravitas spied without any camouflage
  • It is a tad bit taller than the 5-seater Harrier
  • Will come powered by a 2.0-litre diesel motor
Tata Gravitas 5
To become the carmaker’s flagship motor when it hits the market

Source – Team-BHP.com