Tata HBX Interior Spied
The carmaker has retained the layout and design of the concept car’s dash

The Tata HBX has been spied once again and this time an image of the interior of the car has been snapped by a snoopy petrolhead.

By the looks of it, Tata has retained the design of the HBX concept’s interior as is, barring the bronze details the concept had.

There is a ‘floating’ touchscreen atop the dash, below which sit squared air con vents. The multi-function steering wheel is borrowed from the Tiago and the 5-speed manual gear lever can be seen as well.

A couple of exterior spy shots show that the car on test is likely well equipped, for it rides on dual-tone alloy wheels. The design of the tail lights and the boot lid has been retained too.

These spy shots come only a few days after the front profile of another test car, with looks inspired by the Tata Harrier, surfaced online (read here).

Powertrain options expected on the car are 1.2-litre petrol units in naturally aspirated and turbocharged forms. As seen in the Tata HBX interior spied image, a 5-speed manual gearbox will be the mainstay, while an AMT could be offered too.

Tata HBX Interior Spied

  • The interior of the Tata HBX has been spied
  • It looks very similar to the concept car’s design
  • Higher spec variants will come with dual-tone alloy wheels
Tata HBX Spied Side
Looks like development has gained pace of late
Tata HBX Spied Rear
The rear profile will likely be the best angle with the heavily creased boot lid and new tail lights

Source – Team-BHP.com