Looks similar to Range Rover Evoque
The Tata Harrier is currently one of the best looking SUVs on sale in India available under Rs. 20 lakh. Based on the IMPACT 2.0 design philosophy by Tata, The Harrier is definitely a step up from the other SUVs by the company till date. The Harrier is based on the H5X concept shown at the 2018 Delhi Auto Expo where it took everyone’s breath away due to its mesmerizing design. In terms of sales, the Harrier has dominated the segment till now it remains to be seen of the Tata SUV maintains the lead in face of new rivals like the MG Hector and the upcoming Kia Seltos. The video below by AutoTrend TV shows Tata Harrier that has been modified and now looks quite an eye candy.
The modifications done on this Harrier are carried out at the dealership level. The dealership in question here is SRT Motors, Coimbatore and they offer several different types of customization options for the Harrier. However, the price for getting your Harrier personalized is pegged at Rs. 2 lakh, which is also the price for the mod job on this red hot Harrier. Let’s not take a look at what all changes have been made on this SUV.
First up, this Harrier has been given a completely new paint job and now looks pretty attractive in all red. The red paint shade here is inspired by Range Rover SUVs. To let you know, the OMEGA platform that underpins the Tata Harrier is also based on the D8 platform by Land Rover. The black cladding on the side and bumpers found on the regular Harrier have also been draped in red to give an even tone to the vehicle. The roof, however, has been painted in glossy black colour which creates an interesting contrast for sure.
The Tata logo at the first has been completely blacked out while Harrier has been embossed on the bonnet in bold, black alphabets. The headlamps have been given a smoky look to give them a sporty look. Another highlight in this mod job are those gorgeous multispoke alloy wheels from Momo which definitely lend a unique character to the whole SUV. All in all, this Harrier looks superb but the cost of this modification, as quoted by the dealership is also not cheap at Rs. 2 lakh.
Talking about the Harrier, it is powered by a 2.0-litre KRYOTEC diesel engine which is a Fiat-derived unit. The same engine is found under the hood of the Tata Compass and the newly launched MG Hector, albeit in a higher state of tune. The upcoming Tata Cassini (7-seater Harrier) will also sport the same engine but in a higher state of tune. On the Harrier, this engine puts out 138 Bhp of power along with 350 Nm of torque and comes mated to a 6-speed manual box.