Tata HBX First Official Teaser Reveals Glimpses | Engine, Dimensions, Features and Specifications
Tata Motors is all set to bring all-new fresh SUVs, this time a micro one, to the Indian market called HBX. It is the same model which was showcased as a concept car during the Auto Expo held in Greater Noida in February last year. However, on Saturday, Tata Motors shared the first official teaser on their social media platforms, which shows the production version of the HBX. The prototype was displayed with the same 1.2-liter petrol engine used in Tiago, Tigor, and Altroz.
Tata shared a teaser video of the HBX and wrote, “It’s Showtime! The most awaited SUV now has a name.” This clearly indicates that Tata will keep the HBX name for the upcoming car. The short video shows the headlights of the HBX which has all the earmarks of being a bunch of sleek LEDs, very like the ones found in most recent Tata models like Harrier or Safari. Additionally, the lump under the headlamp packaging proposes that it will get an intense and tough look with loads of muscles, remaining consistent with the idea variant shown before. According to the spy shots of the car testing on Indian Roads, it is additionally prone to get squared wheel arches and dark cladding on the sides for the rugged looks.
Tata has not shared a lot of insight concerning the HBX miniature SUV’s determination yet. Be that as it may, it is probably going to be fueled by a similar 1.2-liter petroleum motor utilized in Tiago, Tigor and Altroz. The motor is probably going to come mated with the choices of a five-sped manual or a programmed transmission with drive modes.
Tata HBX will be founded on the carmaker’s modular ALFA engineering. It will stand under four meters long, yet will have wheelbase like other Tata vehicles like Tigor. It is additionally prone to get a 7-inch infotainment touchscreen alongside a digital instrument cluster.