Tata Motors have launched the Dual Tone variant of the Tata Harrier priced at ₹16.76 Lakh. The dual tone options of the Tata Harrier will be available in two colours Calisto Copper and Orcus White on top-of-the-line XZ variant. The Dual Tone Tata Harrier costs roughly around ₹20,000 more than the single tone version.
With the launch of the MG Hector the segment has been shaken with its aggressive pricing and the launch of the Dual Tone Tata Harrier is one move to counter that. The Tata Harrier was launched in January 2019 and since its launch has crossed the 10,000 units sales figure.
Tata Harrier is built on the OMEGARC derived from Land Rover’s legendary D8 platform, is the perfect combination of stunning design and performance. Powered by cutting-edge Kryotec 2.0 Diesel engine and Advanced Terrain Response Modes, Harrier assures an exhilarating performance on the toughest of terrains.
Commenting on the introduction of the dual tone options, Mr. Sibendra Barman – Vice President, Sales Marketing and Customer Support, Passenger Vehicle Business Unit (PVBU), Tata Motors said, “Harrier has made waves in the market ever since it was showcased in the Auto Expo 2018 as the H5X concept and subsequently launched in January 2019. Overwhelmed by the response received, we are extremely delighted to offer the Harrier in dual tone color options. This is in line with our continuous endeavor to excite and wow our customers with cars that deliver stunning design and exhilarating performance. With the launch of the dual-tone color options, we are confident that Harrier’s desirability will rise further to a whole new level.”
Tata Motors is also gearing up for the 7-seater version of the Harrier named as the Buzzard which was unveiled at the 2019 Geneva Auto Show. The Harrier is also all set to receive the BS6 version of the Jeep derived 2.0L Diesel engine, also an automatic version of the Harrier is under development using the Hyundai sources CVT transmission. The petrol version of the Tata Harrier is also being developed which would be powered by an all new in-house developed 1.6L gasoline engine. Watch this space for more updates on the Tata Harrier.