Tata Motors has filed for trademark of latest Darkish editions for plenty of its fashions. The carmaker has additionally crammed purposes for an all-new Camo version, which can be anticipated to hitch Tata’s line-up sooner or later.
- Each the Darkish and Camo editions will function beauty modifications.
- The Tata Harrier already has a Darkish Version.
What are the Darkish and Camo editions?
Let’s begin with the Darkish Version, as we’ve already seen it on the Tata Harrier. The Harrier Darkish version is obtainable in each the XZ and XZ+ trims. Its exterior is completed in an Atlas Black paint shade and it will get blacked-out alloy wheels, door handles and entrance and rear skid plates. It additionally options gray headlight surrounds and a particular #Darkish badge. The interiors sport an all-black theme with a black dashboard, door playing cards, leather-based seat upholstery together with gunmetal gray inserts across the cabin. We count on the same remedy to be carried out on the upcoming Darkish Version fashions.
Coming to the Camo version, in the intervening time not a lot is understood about what modifications this variant will carry. Although, like with the Darkish version, the modifications are anticipated to be beauty in nature.
What Tata fashions has the trademark been crammed for?
Logos for each Darkish and Camo version of all present Tata fashions – which embody the Altroz, Tiago, Tigor, Nexon and Harrier – have been crammed. Moreover, Camo and Darkish version logos have additionally been crammed for the upcoming Tata Gravitas seven-seat SUV.
What else is Tata engaged on?
In addition to the aforementioned Gravitas flagship SUV, the Indian carmaker can be readying a micro-SUV which was previewed by the HBX concept on the 2020 Auto Expo. The production-spec HBX is slated to launch in FY2021 and it’ll sit under the Nexon in Tata’s India line-up. Tata can be engaged on the Altroz EV – an all-electric model of the its premium hatchback.